Picasso's artwork of 1932 leaves 'an atmosphere of euphoric love, unprecedented artistic fame and all-consuming tragedy'. Read more to find out why.
"Korda’s sensory piece is a needle in a haystack of silent galleries found elsewhere in the UK." Read Harriet Willis' review of 'Missing Time', an exhibition which combines both sight and sound.
"What appeared to me to be planets are actually the tops of the heads of the disciples." The latest instalment in the 'Made You Look' series in which Visual Arts explores the art we see, but rarely notice.
Kahlo & Kusama: to celebrate International Women’s Day, Visual Arts looks at some favourite female artists.
Read the interview with the next curators of Empty Shop's TESTT Space, Elaine Robertson and Ellen Ranson, and their exhibition 'Ladies and Gentleman'.
"Instead of taking an audio guide into a gallery, why not listen to some music?" Read the final instalment of Harry Ewbank's innovative way of accessing Modern Art.
The next piece in Visual Arts' new series 'Made You Look' is focussing on another work by Fenwick Lawson, 'The Journey'. Caitlin Allard asks the question: 'How could a publicly funded statue fall into such obscurity?'