The American Art Tapes. Voices of Twentieth-Century Art

In 1965, English artist John Jones, set off to the US, his objective, to spend a year interviewing America’s greatest artists.  The resulting taped interviews provide the material for The American Art Tapes. It’s been a while since I’ve been so gripped by an art book. All of America’s key artists take part in these interviews…

Love In a Creative Climate

  Artistic duos tend not to receive the attention they deserve in art history. We often read about the art movements and the artists who create them. The artist’s partner or lover meanwhile is often overlooked, or simply seen in terms of a muse. An ambitious exhibition at the Barbican, entitled Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy…