The Big Review: Kaws at the Brooklyn Museum
He is a global brand, but can a museum show lend Brian Donnelly’s art any credibility?
The Big Review: Goya's Graphic Imagination at the Met
This urgent and timely show of the Spanish master's works on paper illuminates the artist’s dim view of humanity and his extraordinary imagination
The Big Review—Working Together: the photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop
An important show reflects a New York collective’s chronicles of Black life amid pervasive discrimination in the 1960s and 1970s
The Big Review: Gauguin and the Impressionists at the Royal Academy of Arts
The London exhibition has many highlights, but viewing this long-planned show is unlike anyone could have envisaged before the coronavirus pandemic
The Big Review: Raphael at the Scuderie del Quirinale
The stimulating show in Rome tells the life story of one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance—but in reverse
The Big Review: Andy Warhol at Tate Modern
Can yet another Warhol retrospective tell us anything new about the Pop Art icon?
The big review: Edward Hopper at the Fondation Beyeler
The Basel exhibition on the painter's landscapes takes a fresh look at the American icon
The Big Review: Kent Monkman at the Met
The latest commission for the Met's Great Hall continues the New York institution's upending of the colonial-settler narrative of American history
The Big Review: Troy at the British Museum
With an impressive range of objects, this show evokes the eternal power of the greatest stories ever told
The Big Review: Leonardo at the Louvre
This once in a lifetime retrospective has a freshness and coherence which appeals to public and scholar alike
The Big Review: the new MoMA
After a $450m expansion and radical rehang, has the 20th century’s emblematic museum found a place in the 21st?
The Big Review: William Blake at Tate Britain
We take an in-depth look at the London survey of the visionary’s work and round-up what the critics are saying