Cecily Brown

How Cecily Brown breathed life back into painting for a new generation

Brown's survey exhibition at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art brings fresh eyes to a time-tested medium


Cecily Brown: ‘I’m trying to understand what England means to me’

With her delayed show now open at Blenheim Palace, the British-born painter explains that she is as likely to be inspired by childhood comics as historic battle scenes

T-Rex takes on Twombly at Christie's $341m 20th-century evening sale

Unusual $32m Jurassic-era offering stole the high-tech livestreamed show in New York, but buyers kept bids cautious elsewhere

Cecily Brown will fill grand birthplace of Winston Churchill with images of broken Britain

UK artist says exhibition at Blenheim Palace is a timely opportunity to examine the country's current tumult

Private View: our pick of March gallery shows around the world

New commercial gallery shows—from sculpture to shipwreck paintings

Interview with Cecily Brown on her UK success: “The act of looking is underrated”

After her achievements in New York, British painter Cecily Brown is having her first solo show in the UK