In 1942, which is roughly when Martin Gayford’s capacious new survey of postwar art begin
At the end of the Second World War British art was, if not quite in a parlous state, at l
Martin Gayford has been talking with artists for 30 years.
This is an important, authoritative work of art criticism that recognises schools of pain
It is hard to recall just how blasted postwar London was.
If you haven’t got a penis, Roger Hilton informed Gillian Ayres, you can’t be a painter.