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2012 January Work Bank March David Medalla David Hockney Lucian Freud Monumenta Anish Kapoor April Wiltshire May Damien Hirst June Being Tracey July Cumbria: A County Guide August London Festival October Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood Cahill/Lucie-Smith November The Ring of Minos

 

2013 January Francesco Clemente James Cahill February Edward Lucie-Smith The Decline & Fall of the Avant-Garde March Kurt Schwitters Anne Blood April Robert Rauschenberg Cahill/James Chuck Close Lucie-Smith July Photography and Art Marina Vaizey/Anne Blood John Dugger October The Dance of Death Lucie-Smith December Art, Criticism & Display

 

2014 January Tracks 2014 July Art, Poetry and WW1 Lucie-Smith September Les Berberes et Moi Magdalena Wasiura October Liverpool Biennal Visiting Frieze Art Fair 2014 November Between Dream and Nightmare Kiefer, Polke, Richter Modern German Art Marina Vaizey December Rembrandt and Turner Edward Lucie-Smith

 

 2015 February The Private John Singer Sargent Lucie-Smith March Leon Golub Political Painting Goya Between Two Worlds Lucie-Smith October Ai Weiwei November Through the Lens Marina Vaizey Giacometti/Auerbach December Artist & Empire Michael Craig-Martin Julia Margaret Cameron

 

2016 July Georgia O Keeffe September Picasso / Pollock: the European Vanguard versus American Modernism Edward Lucie-Smith

 

2017 May Painted Lives David Hockney . Vanessa Bell Marina Vaizey October Aspects of Jasper Johns Frieze London

 

2018 September October William Blake Tate Britain Frieze Masters London Beautiful and Determined: Pre-Raphaelite Sisters National Portrait Gallery November Nam June Paik Tate Modern Antony Gormley Royal Academy December London Review Museums and Galleries 2019

 

2019 Anselm Kiefer White Cube Bermondsey My Country V1 Cornwall Norfolk Cumbria Wiltshire My Country V2 Oxfordshire GloucestershireBuckinghamshire PicnMix:Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

 

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January Picasso Pathology: Drawings and Graphic Work Richard Artschwager

 

February David Bomberg Magnetic Outsider David Hockney Drawing From Life

 

March Colour My Day: Andy Warhol Art Design & Society The Book of Women Figure Studies Book of the City Journals 1966-2019

 

April Book of The Gallery Projects Between Artists Painted Vistas Book of the landscape Aspects of London and Oxford City Views Artists from Cv Archive: Phillip King Therese Oulton Hughie O Donoghue Anthony Caro June Redfern David Nash Eduardo Paolozzi John Latham Stuart Brisley Felicity Powell Louise Sheridan Geoff Uglow Sheila Vollmer Richard Wilson

 

May/June/July/August Aubrey Beardsley by Edward Lucie-Smith Seminar on The Gallery recorded at Flat Time House October 2019 audio here > CvVAR Archive Photo Works 1972-2020 Titian at the National Gallery Andy Warhol at Tate Modern Review of Tate Britain by Edward Lucie-Smith The Art World The Lives of Others Lockdown essays by Marina Vaizey

 

September/October Artemesia Gentileschi at the National Gallery London. Lucy Skaer at Bloomberg Space. Damien Hirst: Early Works Newport Street Gallery.

 

November/December Diseases of the Body Marina Vaizey: Visible Women 1 Barbara Hepworth/Bridget Riley; 2 Cornelia Parker/Rachel Whiteread/Tracey Emin 3 Helen Frankenthaler/Lee Bontecou/Georgia O Keeffe

 

Forthcoming 2021 Bruce Nauman Tate Modern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author, critic and traveller, Marina Vaizey in her third lockdown essay, reflects on the books of figures in the changing facade of English society and the Establishment.

Missing people, even with telephones and emails. And music and theatre even with the incredibly generous digital provision. Digital just proves too that at least for us oldies the live event trumps all. Even the best CDs are tinny to my ear (which is not a great ear) compared to even, well perhaps not quite the worst, bad live performances. And the cat pursues his independence: he disdains any other creatures neediness and spurs the notion of any togetherness. It is reading, not domesticities or doing all the sorting and tidying that I have promised myself for so long, or fulfilling commissions to write, but reading that rescues the hours and days.

Home with piles of books and what to read? Oddly I discover looking at several thousand exhibition catalogues and monographs that art, although I have spent my life looking at what is portentously but I think accurately called material culture, does not save the world, however it may express the world.

So what books from the piles on the floor and the tables and the serried rows on the shelves have almost accidentally proved the most totally absorbing? Books I never thought I would read, and if so, enjoy, but are somehow here, acquired for reasons long lost in the mist of the past.

MV July 2020

 

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