Alexander Adams

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Gerhard Richter

Protean- rich: on the Gerhard Richter catalogue raisonné

The latest volume reveals Gerhard Richter’s variable but not always successful styles

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The grandfather of Post-Modernism

Picabia at his most brilliant, perverse and energetic

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Books

The changeable Californian: on Richard Diebenkorn

Richard Diebenkorn’s four-volume catalogue raisonné reveals his variable styles

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Despair, pleasure and pride: on the diaries of Eva Hesse

Her private writings are moving but share few of her ideas about art

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All together now: on the Francis Bacon catalogue raisonné

The complete collection of Francis Bacon’s paintings is published—at last

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A sickly flower of Decadent London: on the work of Aubrey Beardsley

The complete works of the illustrator, presented in all their “corrupting” glory

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In brief: Welsh landscape

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More than dust on the surface: on Jean-Etienne Liotard's pastels

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When fame trumped political engagement

A significant shift in Gerhard Richter’s work can be seen in the most recent volume of the catalogue raisonné

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Portrait of the jeering artist as a young gent: Alexander Adams on Francis Picabia

The artist’s conventional beginnings belie his artistic proclivity for mockery. By Alexander Adams

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Art schools

The art of the teacher: on the work of Hans Hofmann

The artist at last gets the recognition it deserves, says Alexander Adams

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Moreau, the mystic of Montmartre, was an unheeded prophet

Alexander Adams looks at the mysterious proto-Symbolist painter

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Exhibitions

Complex talent needs greater understanding

Denmark’s Asger Jorn was far more than a painter