Laura Gascoigne

Raucous, expressive and laugh-out-loud funny: Nicole Eisenman, at the Whitechapel Gallery, reviewed

Plus: a mini-retrospective at Piano Nobile is a reminder of how exceptional an artist R.B. Kitaj was

‘Fishing’, 2000, by Nicole Eisenman. Image courtesy Carnegie Museum of Art. Photo: Bryan Conley

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