I'm an art writer living in London, and I write about any contemporary work that makes me want to take the time to think it through. You can read more both on my blog, the kunsthaus.co.uk site and other publications I write for sporadically.
There can be very few works that are still echoing and reverberating through artistic practice a century or more after they were made. The latest show at the Whitechapel takes futurist Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square (1915) and shows just how […]
When you’re having a bad day in London, I’d like to recommend my own, personal remedy, handed down from my design-obsessed hoarder of a mother: the V and A. There’s always more marble-lined nooks to explore in the place, more […]
Aside from a few decades in the middle of the twentieth century when abstraction and minimalism ruled and anything vaguely figurative was pointedly ignored by the art world, the human figure has been the most timelessly familiar and most frequently […]
Matt’s Gallery, London
19 February – 20 April 2014