The National Gallery, London, celebrates its bicentenary with a full-colour Big Birthday Weekend
May 9, 2024
‘One of my great heroes’: A new book on Francis Bacon sheds light on his admiration for Van Gogh
May 9, 2024
The National Gallery, London, celebrates its bicentenary with a full-colour Big Birthday Weekend
May 9, 2024
‘One of my great heroes’: A new book on Francis Bacon sheds light on his admiration for Van Gogh
May 9, 2024

This week, we talk to The Art Newspaper’s reporter Sarvy Geranpayeh about her conversations with six Palestinian artists about their daily lives amid Israel’s ongoing military offensive in Gaza.

Frank Stella in 2015

Frank Stella, one of the key artists in the history of American abstraction, has died, aged 87. We speak to Bonnie Clearwater, the director and chief curator of the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who worked with Stella on two landmark shows.

Vanessa Bell, View into a Garden (1926)

And as spring finally arrives in London, this episode’s Work of the Week is, fittingly, Vanessa Bell’s View into a Garden (1926). It features in an exhibition opening next week at the Garden Museum in London, called Gardening Bohemia: Bloomsbury Women Outdoors. Emma House, the curator at the museum, tells our host Ben Luke more.

  • Glory of the World: Color Field Painting (1950s to 1983), NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, US, until 25 August
  • Frank Stella: Recent Sculpture, Deitch Projects, New York, until 24 May
  • Gardening Bohemia: Bloomsbury Women Outdoors, Garden Museum, London, 15 May-29 September.

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