The art movements of the early 20th Century wrestled with the question of how to portray time itself. Cubism and Futurism explores this theme by delving into five masterpieces of that era.
The beauty and power of Barbara Hepworth’s sculptures.
Henry Moore is arguably the greatest sculptor of the twentieth century.
With lovers and violinists hovering overhead and unique colour compositions, Chagall is often considered to be the greatest art legend of the 20th century.
Best known for his colourful and joyous Fauvistic paintings, Raoul Dufy also produced a dazzling array of ceramics, wall-hangings, dress fabrics and furniture designs.
Édouard Manet (1832 – 1883) was a French painter and, as one of the first nineteenth century artists to approach modern-life subjects, he was a pivotal figure in the transition from Realism to Impressionism.
Profile of the influential American painter and sculptor Robert Rauschenberg, interviewed in his Florida studio in 1997. Other contributors include Merce Cunningham and Leo Castelli.
Matthew Bourne brings his unique take on the legendary 1948 feature film.
Shakespeare’s classic love story is given a novel twist by being set in the dystopian “Verona Institution”.