Bob And Roberta Smith RA
1 year ago
“The 21st century is proving pretty nasty. Let’s reflect on art’s relationship with our times.”
A hundred years on from the Russian Revolution and the Great Depression, should artists get involved in politics like the Constructivists? Or should they remain distant like Thomas Hart Benton? Having the choice is fortune indeed, says artist Bob and Roberta Smith.
> 1 year ago
The best art books for kids
Eight gift ideas to awaken the imagination and dazzle the senses… Bob and Roberta Smith RA chooses the best children’s books about art and design.
2 years ago
Watch these spaces: the future of art schools
As Britain’s art schools experience an era of radical change, what do students stand to gain and lose? Anna Coatman explores the past, present and future of art education.
> 2 years ago
Bob and Roberta Smith RA at the William Morris Gallery
Bob and Roberta Smith’s exhibition of his recent campaigning art finds a natural home at the London gallery dedicated to designer and radical socialist William Morris.
> 2 years ago
RA Recommends: this autumn in Yorkshire
From the Yorkshire Sculpture Park to the newly opened Centre of Ceramic Art, the county hosts some outstanding shows this autumn.
< 3 years ago
Podcast: Bob and Roberta Smith RA on printmaking and art education
Famous for his letter to Michael Gove, the artist Bob and Roberta Smith RA talks about the value of art in the school curriculum and the importance of visual communication since the beginning of civilisation.
3 years ago
Should art be more political?
Should art have politics at the forefront of its agenda? Artist Bob and Roberta Smith RA and critic Kelly Grovier go head to head.
> 3 years ago
Art Party: coming to a cinema near you
A new film by Bob and Roberta Smith RA and Tim Newton has its first screening at the RA.
< 4 years ago
Bob and Roberta Smith’s guide to the Summer Exhibition
Art now is more popular than it ever has been. We are in an era where art is at the centre of a public conversation about who we are, and where we want to go.