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Professor Jiehong Jiang talks about contemporary art in the context of the unprecedented cultural, political and urban transformations in post-Mao China.
Dr Ben Ware on how we can interpret Francis Bacon’s art philosophically.
We sat down with Lee Cheshire, author of 'Key Moments in Art' to find out what makes good accessible art writing.
In this video David Hockney and Martin Gayford, co-authors of 'A History of Pictures', talk about art history from Caravaggio to Pinocchio.
There's more to this movement than melted clocks and bowler hats. We sat down with 'Surrealism' author Amy Dempsey to discuss one of the most popular art movements of the 20th century.
Celebrate the Bauhaus and its remarkable legacy in our collection of anniversary publications.
Kelly Grovier, the author of 'A New Way of Seeing', reveals what Botticelli’s Venus has in common with hurricanes and galaxies.
We take an interactive, in-depth look at one of Pieter Bruegel the Elder's stunning paintings, 'Hunters in the Snow'.
We spoke to the author of 'Josef Albers: Life and Work', writer and art critic Charles Darwent, about the Bauhaus power couple, Josef and Anni Albers, and why Josef Albers would have hated his book.
What links Stalin and the artist Rosso Fiorentino? What was Gauguin hinting at when he painted a copy of Milton’s 'Paradise Lost' into a portrait? Is it true that no one ever saw Picasso with a book in his hand?