Arts & Culture

The Art Review: Postwar Modern, Marley and The Blue Boy

In this episode of the Art Review, James Nicholls explores four exhibitions.

Starting with The Barbican’s spring blockbuster Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain 1945-1965. The exhibition brings together more than 200 works from 48 artists, created at a time of austerity, Cold war, Nuclear Threat and the dismantling of the British empire.

James also covers The Saatchi Gallery’s Bob Marley: One Love Experience, Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, and ends with The Blue Boy at the National Gallery, as Gainsborough’s painting returns exactly 100 years after it was moved to America.

Tanya Francis 11th March 2022

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