Sebastian Smee

Sebastian Smee
Sebastian Smee is the art critic for The Washington Post and winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for criticism. He is the author of The Art of Rivalry, and a forthcoming book on Berthe Morisot and Édouard Manet.



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Sweeping us up

Culture

Jennifer Peedom’s ‘Mountain’ is a meditation on the allure of the climb

Image of ‘Snow-covered Field with a Harrow (After Millet)’

Sensory cycles

Culture

‘Van Gogh and the Seasons’ at the National Gallery of Victoria

Image by Bill Henson

Art walks a tightrope

Culture

Bill Henson exhibits recent photographic work at the National Gallery of Victoria

Image of PixCell-Double Deer#4 (2010), by Kohei Nawa

Sweet celebration

Culture

‘Sugar Spin’ at GOMA aims to please and to challenge

Everything else was sacrificed

Culture

Puzzling out the singular Degas at the National Gallery of Victoria

'Self Portrait' (1973), Francis Bacon. © The Estate of Francis Bacon. Image courtesy of the Art Gallery of NSW.

A room with no view

Francis Bacon

No script, no storyboard

arts

William Kentridge

'What’s in a Face? Aspects of Portrait Photography', Art Gallery of NSW - 24 September 2011 to 5 February 2012

What’s in a face? Aspects of portrait photography

arts

Art Gallery of NSW - 24 September 2011 to 5 February 2012

George Grosz, 'Suicide', 1916. Oil on canvas.© George Grosz/VG Bild-Kunst. Image courtesy of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Republic of art

Culture

‘The Mad Square: Modernity in German Art 1910–37’

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