Matthew Collings


Not illustrious: Matthew Collings on Spanish Masters at the Hermitage Amsterdam

Museums officials have failed to bring anything new to the work on display


Matthew Collings on his heady days with David Bowie

The superstar art lover backed the British critic's first forays into book publishing

Art marketcomment

Quantity now wins out over quality

The constant demand by dealers for new work to feed the market has led even the most promising artists to overproduce

Interactive art: 'dumb stunts' have gone too far

Why art should not become a fairground attraction


Jeff Koons on TV: 13 thoughts from the sofa

Matthew Collings reviews BBC profile of US artist

Don’t look hard: Matthew Collings on Francis Bacon and the Masters

Bacon’s work has relationships with the Masters of art history, but the likenesses are often fugitive

Asking Jules Olitski “What’s it like to be forgotten?”: the great colourist and the whims of fate

Clement Greenberg said he was “the greatest painter” alive; then in the 70s the world stopped talking about Jules Olitski