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Chairman, Corinne Julius
Hon Secretary, Claire Finn
The Visual Arts and Architecture section was established in 2007 and is now in its tenth year. We began presenting awards to in 2011 when we gave our highest tribute to the architect David Chipperfield.
Suspicious Magic, Winifred Nicholson in Cumberland at Abbot Hall, Kendal, Nvember 3 to December 10
Suspicious Magic, Winifred Nicholson in Cumberland is at Crane Kalman Gallery, London, November 3 to December 10
At the foot of the Pyramid, 300 years of the cemetery for foreigners in Rome is at the Casa di Goethe, Via del Corso 18 until 13 November.
Two Faces, paintings and drawings by Frances Aviva Blane, is at the German Ambassador’s Residence, 34 Belgrave Square SW1, until 31 January 2017
Keith Coventry at White Black Gold; Giacometti/Klien at Gagosian
Clangers, Bagpuss & Co, V&A Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9PA, 19 March-9 October 2016
Hilma af Klint, Painting the Unseen, Serpentine Gallery until May 15
Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, National Gallery, until May 22
Our Post-War Public Art, East Wing GalOut There: Our Post-War Public Art, Somerset House, London; February-10 April 2016
Canaletto: Celebrating Britain at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Cumbria, until Feb 13..
John Armstrong, Piano Nobile, 129 Portland Road, London W11 4LW, until December 8
Goya: the Portraits, at the National Gallery, London, 7 October - 10 January
A Circle Centenary Event - A Mall Galleries Exhibition chosen by members of the section
They were a sensation in the 1930s, forgotten with the Second World War, but a new book rediscovers the East London Group of painters and their charismatic mentor
The forgotten Henry - National Portrait Gallery until 13 January 2013.
The last lap in the National Portrait Gallery exhibition about the Stratford Games
Part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad - National Portrait Gallery
A Victorian visionary whose work has influenced film and video
JaponJapoinisme: Falize to Fabergé At Wartski, 14 Grafton Street, London W1S 4DE to May 20.
Japoinisme: Falize to Fabergé. At Wartski, 14 Grafton Street, London W1S 4DE to May 20.
Maybe. Simon Tait meets the architect behind Margate's stunning new gallery
Tate Britain invites you to challenge your preconceptions of what watercolour is.
The National Portrait Gallery February 17 - May 30
How a Genoese collector supported anti-regime artists in Fascist Italy.
Review by Corinna Lotz
Victorian Drawings and Water Colours
Enquiries about the Critics' Circle should be made to the Hon Gen Sec Rick Jones by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8698 2460.