In this post we sum up all the articles and speaking engagements by members of the Critics’ Circle on art and architecture, during June.

Simon Tait has written about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and Expressionism at Tate Modern for Eye on London.

Tabish Khan has three new episodes of his podcast The Good, The Bad and The Arty which he co-hosts, written a top 5 of paintingMayfair and Summer exhibitions to see on FAD, as well as reviewing the Acts of Creation exhibition in Birminghamprofiling a painter and interviewing a photographer. He has previewed The Top Exhibitions to See in London: July And August 2024 for Londonist. On his newsletter he has written about the secret art of Bloomsbury and Soho, as well as two diary entries covering every exhibition he’s visited. He has spoken to camera about the RA Summer Exhibition and Anthony McCall’s exhibition at Tate Modern both for AP.

Alex Leith has issued the latest edition of Review of Sussex Arts (ROSA) magazinewritten about the art of trees and compiled some mini-reviews on Instagram for British Art Fair.

Estelle Lovatt has spoken about a wannabe Banksy on Talk TV.

Sue Hubbard has written about Nan Goldin’s Gagosian Open exhibition for Doris Press and reviewed In the Eye of the Storm Modernism in Ukraine at Royal Academy of Arts for Artlyst. Corinna Lotz has also reviewed the same exhibition for Real Democracy Movement.

Clare Finn hosted a talk on Icon Paintings Group Tinted varnishes at the Mauritshuis, that can be watched on YouTube.

Oliver Wainwright has written from Inside London’s biggest community-led affordable housing project, suggested Alternatives to bulldozing M&S Oxford Street, reviewed the Architecture rooms at the RA Summer Exhibition, opines on Labour’s dubious plans for a wave of Neo-Georgian new towns and writes about How a disastrous Tory policy blew up the housing market. All for The Guardian.

Image © David Hockney. Photo: Tate, London