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Panic at the wedding feast: Patrick McCaughey praises a thought-provoking exhibition on love and marriage in Italian renaissance art that successfully makes an over-familiar period seem strange once more. Apr 1, 2009 946
Taming the monster: the opening of the Broad Contemporary Art Museum marks the first stage in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's dramatic transformation. Its designer, Renzo Piano, hopes to bring order to LACMA's muddled site. Apr 1, 2008 2550
More than milordi: an exhibition opening in London this month reveals Pompeo Batoni to be an artist of great variety and intelligence as well as a portrait painter of supreme elegance. Feb 1, 2008 992
Mask or mirror? Portraits in the age of Picasso: a survey of 20th-century portraiture in Europe poses searching questions about the role played in the modern world by western art's oldest genre. Sep 1, 2007 996
Stone and feather: the Bloch building at the Nelson Atkins: Steven Holl's Bloch building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is a triumph, writes Patrick McCaughey. Its delicacy memorably contrasts with the original building, and the galleries serve the museum's collections with great imagination. Jul 1, 2007 1671
Colonial picturesque: emigration to Van Diemen's Land transformed John Glover, a competent British landscape painter, into a memorably poetic artist. Patrick McCaughey reviews a retrospective that elucidates his career and debates his attitude to Australia's native inhabitants. Aug 1, 2004 1071

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