David Hockney: Sixty Years of Work

Tate Britain, 9 February – 29 May   If there’s one overarching sensibility running through this retrospective of David Hockney’s work spanning six decades, it’s not necessarily the artist’s much-touted commitment to the ways of best representing the visible world, or indeed the emphasis the Tate want to put – in the fiftieth anniversary year… Continue reading David Hockney: Sixty Years of Work

Review: Hannah Sawtell at Vilma Gold, London

My discussion of Hannah Sawtell's show RE PETITIONER IN ZERO TIME for Art-Agenda "The building, superimposed on the larger sequence of the pre/post-historic wasteland, is of a factory of sorts, a place for the production of political ideology, at a time when working people’s actions had a direct effect on the world. The building stands in for the… Continue reading Review: Hannah Sawtell at Vilma Gold, London