The Sunday Preview: Exhibitions
Sunday 19 July 1992
Wyndham Lewis: Art and War (Imperial War Museum, 071-416 5000, to 11 Oct). The No 1 British artist of the first half of this century: a brief survey of his career in and between wars.
Magritte (Hayward, 071-928 8800, to 2 Aug). Most of his favourite tricks, and some more surprising surprises.
Manet and the Execution of Maximillian (National Gallery, 071-839 3526, to 27 Sept). A survey of Manet's treatment of politics and violence, based on the three beautifully cool Executions.
Antoni Tapies: Writing on the Wall (Serpentine Gallery, 071-402 6075, to 9 Aug). Expressively dilapidated wall- like pictures, inspired by being shut up during the Spanish Civil War.
Rembrandt Drawings (British Museum, 071-580 1788, to 4 Aug). Sketches and studies. Not to be missed. T L
TVEnough to make ardent arachnophobes think twice
Will explain back story to fictional kingdom Westeros
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 2015 General Election: Green party will not appear in TV debate alongside Ukip – says BBC
- 2 Kentucky gang rape: 15-year-old boy left in critical condition after sexual attack by group at party
- 3 Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
- 4 North Korean officials 'publicly executed for watching South Korean soap operas'
- 5 Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
This is what a film sex scene actually looks like on set (mostly awkward)
Cumberbacklash: Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange riles Marvel fans
Downton Abbey season 5 episode 6 - review: Thomas and Lady Edith show sad signs of the times
Halloween 2014: The scariest movies to watch on Netflix
Spider House, BBC4 - review: Enough to make ardent arachnophobes think twice
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are real and God is not 'a magician with a magic wand'
Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll
Ukip ‘exploiting grooming scandal’ to secure party’s first police chief
Nigel Farage: 'There’s nothing wrong with white people blacking up'
Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
Nigel Farage and Frankie Boyle clash over Andrew Lawrence's 'Mock the Week' criticism