Théodore Rousseau, the early eco-warrior, gets Paris show
March 14, 2024
A Staggering New 1.3-Gigapixel Image Shows an Enormous Star That Exploded Nearly 11,000 Years Ago
March 14, 2024
Théodore Rousseau, the early eco-warrior, gets Paris show
March 14, 2024
A Staggering New 1.3-Gigapixel Image Shows an Enormous Star That Exploded Nearly 11,000 Years Ago
March 14, 2024

This week, four years after Tate Britain closed its restaurant because Rex Whistler’s murals on its walls contained racist imagery, it has unveiled the work it commissioned in response to Whistler’s painting by the artist Keith Piper. We talk to Piper about the work.

A view of Frieze London 2023

The annual Art Basel & UBS Art Market Report was published on Wednesday and, as ever, reviews the status of the international art market. We speak to its author, the cultural economist and founder of the company Arts Economics, Clare McAndrew.

Anni Albers, With Verticals, 1946

And this episode’s Work of the Week is With Verticals, one of Anni Albers’s pictorial weavings, made in 1946. It is a key piece in the exhibition Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction, which arrived this week at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. We discuss the weaving with the show’s curator, Lynne Cooke.

  • Keith Piper: Viva Voce, Tate Britain, until at least 2025.Art Basel and UBS Art Market Report 2024, theartmarket.artbasel.com.
  • Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, 17 March-28 July; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 25 October-2 March 2025; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 20 April 2025-13 September 2025

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