Reviews Editor: Emrys Jones
Specialist Editors: Allison Goudie, Fine Art; Tullia Giersberg, Music; Daniel Cook, Media; James Harriman-Smith, Theatre
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Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Alexandra Loske, University of Sussex and the Royal Pavilion, Brighton
Two displays, two enlightening vantage points on the British landscape tradition.
Musée du Louvre, Paris
Francesca Whitlum-Cooper, The Courtauld Institute of Art
The Louvre explores new territory with this foray into the art of New Spain.
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Arlene Leis, University of York
A worthy rediscovery of the Cleveland Museum’s British collection.
The Foundling Museum, London
Katy Barrett, University of Cambridge
The Foundling Museum pieces together the lost stories of its eighteenth-century namesakes.
Deutsches Theater, Göttingen
Ivan Ćurković, University of Zagreb / Heidelberg University
This new production of Handel's rarely performed opera seria does much to recommend the work to modern audiences.
The inaugural Oxford Early Music Festival gets off to a promising start with energetic, albeit idiosyncratic, performances of Renaissance and Baroque greats.
Christ Church Upper Library, Oxford
This dense exhibition on the collection, reception and imitation of classical gems merits close looking.
Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford
A radical revamping brings out the best in David McVicar's classic Glyndebourne production.
The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
The Mughal miniature meets natural history in this superb display.
Claudine Van Hensbergen, Northumbria University
ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830