Roger Bevan


Major Greek collector Dakis Joannou reveals ten years’ worth of buying for the first time in 'Everything That's Interesting is New'

Joannou's collection, which is particularly strong in installations and large scale work, can be seen in the Athens School of Fine Arts

News from London: All the Turner prize gossip, while Lopez returns to Spain but Lisson gets bigger

Horsing around at the Serpentine doesn't hit the right spot for Wallinger collector

Best current London exhibitions, December 1995

Warhol, Luciano Castelli and Sam Taylor-Wood

Marc Quinnarchive

What's on in London: the bawdy and the beautiful

White Cube and the Tate Gallery are showing Quinn's self-portraits as Annely Juda marks the end of WWII

Art marketarchive

London Impressionist and Modern sales: Yes, it’s good, but will it last?

Picasso, Matisse, Miró and Dalí suggest that great works of art continue to command great prices in changing markets


Tate makes space for the cutting edge as 'Art Now' opens for contemporary art

An installation by Matthew Barney inaugurates a programme of innovative contemporary art long planned by Serota

Hong Kongarchive

Bill Jacklin sells in Hong Kong with his 'Urban Portraits' of the city

The colony’s first artist-in-residence appeals to new local collectors


Exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts will attempt to encompass the breadth of the classification 'American-made'

Five American museums pool their resources to present their continent from ancient pottery to Andy Warhol

"Into a New Museum" among exhibitions organised at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's new location

The opening displays, with recent gifts of Matisse, de Kooning, Marden, Polke and Richter, show John Lane's success in wooing San Francisco collectors

Touring exhibition shines new light on Josef Albers

More to him than “Homage to the Square”

Books: A catalogue raisonné for Mark Rothko

Only Gorky and Pollock of his peers has so far been catalogued

June 1994archive

R.B. Kitaj: 'I begin my working day by falling asleep in front of my easel'

The American artist, who has lived in Britain for the past 35 years, is celebrated with a large exhibition at the Tate

A new view of Picasso as sculptor and painter at the Tate

The Tate Gallery's major spring exhibition is a reassessment of the role of sculpture in Picasso's career

Ben Nicholson's ascending or descending reputation

Ben Nicholson centenary commemorated at the Tate

That famous light on Bacon: Museo Correr shows major retrospective

David Sylvester curates an exhibition of the artist's finest works in Napoleonic rooms

Too many fairs spoil the market in Chicago

But Blackman's New Pier Show promises well

In the land of King Arthur, towards the setting sun: Tate gallery, St Ives

A third branch of Britain's leading modern art gallery opens, with emphasis on the St Ives artistic community

Only two years since his last show, Max Ernst exhibition opens at the MoMA this month

“Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism” concentrates upon fifteen years of fertile activity until 1927

Swiss Bacon exhibition includes work he tried to destroy

Lugano makes attempt to compensate for losing best of the Thyssen collection

Joseph Beuys retrospective opens at MoMA

A growing interest in Beuys in the United States indicated by the Walker Art Center’s major acquisition

Americans hop on the Beuys bandwagon with MoMA exhibition as the artist's reputation takes off

The growing interest is further indicated by the Walker Art Center’s major acquisition

London galleries: Minimal and Conceptual art at large

Lisson’s historical show unites major international artists


Tate Gallery perseveres with rotating the collections in face of mounting criticism

New antagonism for New Displays as visitor figures drop in London