‘Richard Hamilton’s Le Chef d’Oeuvre Inconnu: A Painting in Three Parts, 2011-12′
This article looks at the last work made by Richard Hamilton, a painting in three parts generated entirely by digital imaging. The work, left unfinished at the time of the artist’s death, was displayed for the first time in the exhibition ‘Richard Hamilton: Late Works’, at the National Gallery, London 2012-13.
Artforum, March 2013.
‘Cézanne and the Past’
Review of an exhibition documenting Cézanne’s debt to the art of the past at the Szepmuveszeti Muzeum (Museum of Fine Arts), Budapest 2012-2013
The Burlington Magazine, March 2013.
‘You Can Kiss a Lichtenstein, But You Can’t Kiss Us: European Pop art’
On the occasion of the Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern, this short text looks at some of the European artists who were influenced by Lichtenstein’s painting.
Tate etc., issue 27, Spring 2013.
‘Paolozzi in America’
This article examines Eduardo Paolozzi’s encounter with American culture in the late-1950s, and his success, primarily on the East Coast, as an exponent of Brutalist sculpture.
The Burlington Magazine, September 2011.
‘Eduardo Paolozzi’s Psychological Atlas’
A short article on Paolozzi’s 1949 collage sketchbook Psychological Atlas, made while the artist was living in Paris and under the influence of late Surrealism.
October, Summer 2011.
‘Henry Moore’s Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece, Washington DC’
This article examines in-depth the large sculpture Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece, located outside the entrance to the East Building of the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
The Burlington Magazine, April 2011.
Feature article on Gerhard Richter published alongside a Tate retrospective of the German artist’s work.
Tate etc…., no.23, Autumn 2011
‘Oskar Schlemmer’s Bauhaustreppe, 1932: part II’
The second part of an extended article examining Oskar Schlemmer’s famous depiction of students in a stairway of the Bauhaus building in Dessau, painted in 1932.
The Burlington Magazine, September 2010.
‘Kenneth Clark’s The Nude, 1956′
An article examining the impact and legacy of Kenneth Clark’s seminal 1956 book about the tradition of the Nude in Western art.
Originally published in The Burlington Magazine, May 2010
Reprinted in: The Books that Shaped Art History, Thames & Hudson, London 2013.
‘Nature and Things. Recent Paintings by Howard Hodgkin’
The Burlington Magazine, April 2010
‘Oskar Schlemmer’s ‘Bauhaustreppe’, 1932: Part I’
The Burlington Magazine, July 2009
‘Eduardo Paolozzi’s Bunk Collages’
The Burlington Magazine, April 2008
‘Boris Groys in conversation with John-Paul Stonard’
Immediations. The Research Journal of the Courtauld Institute of Art, vol.1. no.4, 2007
‘Pop in the Age of Boom: Richard Hamilton’s Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, 1956′
The Burlington Magazine, September 2007