The Guardian’s Art Section



I am quite amazed about the consistent quality and scope of The Guardian’s art section. Not only do you get exposed to a surprisingly large variety of art (covering photography regularly), you also get to see actual opinions from smart people and, often, artists themselves. What else could you ask for? Not convinced? Well, then stuff you can look at at the time of this writing. Here’s an incomplete list: Loretta Lux talks about what she thinks is her best shot, John Currin’s new work is being dissed (“The naked truth is that art-porn no longer shocks” - but it sells!), there is an article about Norman Foster’s redesign of Dresden main train station, about Damien Hirst’s art collection, and if you haven’t seen their feature about Inge Morath’s road trip, it’s about time.