< 2 years ago
Keeping it in the family: the Bruegel dynasty at Holburne Museum
A show on the Bruegel dynasty celebrates a reattribution of a key painting, says Laura Cumming.
> 4 years ago
Melvyn Bragg on his love of Rembrandt
As a major show of Rembrandt’s late works opens, Bragg considers the artist’s achievement as a consummate witness of life.
< 5 years ago
Warhol, Burroughs and Lynch, Jeremy Deller and Basil Beattie RA
‘Hiker Meat’, Venice in Walthamstow and collage at the Whitechapel: everything worth seeing this week.
< 5 years ago
The hottest tickets for 2014
London plays host to some giants of the art world over the next year. The Chairman of the RA’s Exhibition Committee, Stephen Farthing RA, picks his top five upcoming shows and celebrates innovations born of great skill and maturity.
> 5 years ago
Archive: RA on set: ‘Summer in February’
If you like ‘Downton Abbey’, you’ll love ‘Summer in February’, starring Dominic Cooper as Alfred Munnings, future President of the Royal Academy.
< 6 years ago
Preview: ‘Light Show’ at the Hayward Gallery
Look forward to an illuminating experience at the UK’s first survey show of light art.
6 years ago
Preview: Ice Age at the British Museum
An exhibition of Ice Age art at the British Museum reveals the imagination and skills of Europe’s earliest artists.
> 6 years ago
The Age of Bronze
Spanning over five millenia, the RA’s ambitious survey show places contemporary artists’ works alongside works dating back to the Bronze Age.