The collection of Warner Bros. Pictures heiress Betty Sheinbaum and political activist Stanley Sheinbaum presents a tightly curated selection of post-war art and mid-century American craft.
Nicola Bowery, a former sitter for Lucian Freud during the 1990s, reflects on her friendship with the artist.
Mature rectilinear woodcuts from the late 1980s reveal a collaborative printmaking venture between father and son.
Artist Paula Rego combines vibrant humor and macabre chiaroscuro, creating clever reimaginations of poignant fairytales.
With the Slade School of Fine Art, we take a look inside the studio of Phyllida Barlow and hear from the artist on her transition from three-dimensional art-making to printmaking.
Richter's 'September' assembles a visual archive of mass media images through which the world experienced the 9/11 tragedy, yet it delicately and deliberately obscures, opening gaps of meaning between us and the images we recall so well.