Max Beckmann

‘The Acrobat Schulz V’ (1921), by Albert Birkle

Caricature, satire and over-the-top horror: Magic Realism at Tate Modern reviewed

25 August 2018 9:00 am

‘It is disastrous to name ourselves!’ So Willem de Kooning responded when some of his New York painter buddies elected…

‘Prostitute and Disabled War Veteran. Two Victims of Capitalism’, 1923, by Otto Dix

Sorrow and pity are no guarantee of artistic success: Aftermath at Tate Britain reviewed

23 June 2018 9:00 am

Some disasters could not occur in this age of instant communication. The first world war is a case in point:…

‘Man eating Jalebee’, by Bhupen Khakhar (1976)

Modern figurative art — abstraction’s poor relation —gets a timely advocate

12 November 2016 9:00 am

Timothy Hyman’s remarkable new book makes the case for the relevance of figurative painting in the 20th century, a period…