Reviews and Highlights | 2020

Tate Modern

Dora Maurer

Tate Modern

Bruce Nauman

‘Ultimately, the exhibition shows that Artemisia Gentileschi was no mere legend. Through passion and hard work, she devoted her life to building her reputation as a noteworthy artist. She wasn’t satisfied until she could be the best of the best, constantly vying for patronage from the most prominent members of society.’

Review – Artemisia

National Gallery


National Gallery

Titian: Love, Desire, Death

Hayward Gallery

Among the Trees

Tate Modern

Dora Maar

Royal Academy of Arts

Picasso and Paper

‘I think one’s ability to clearly differentiate the individual hairs on Adam’s legs is testament enough to the unprecedented opportunity to view the exterior panels of the Ghent Altarpiece as Hubert and Jan van Eyck once did.’

Review – Van Eyck: An Optical Revolution

British Museum

Troy: Myth and Reality

‘In a culture superficially obsessed with youthful appearances, Freud’s portraits of himself and others celebrate the aging body. His unforgiving, unflattering approach to his sitters compliments an appreciation for wrinkles, stretch marks, and bruises.’

Review – Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits

Royal Academy of Arts

Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits

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