© Yinka Shonibare CBE

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

Clare Finn has written about the Edo Pop exhibition on at Watts Gallery in Surrey.

Tabish Khan has interviewed sculptor William Cobbing, reviewed the inaugural Malta Biennale and Coleccion Solo in Madrid’s current exhibition, and has his regular weekly top 5 with FAD. He has written about the growing art scene in Fitzrovia for Artsy. For Londonist he has previewed April’s top exhibitions (including Yinka Shonibare at Serpentine, pictured) and he has posted regularly for the Londonist Urban Palette substack.

Sue Hubbard has reviewed the Juliet Margaret Cameron and Francesca Woodman exhibition at National Portrait Gallery for Artlyst, and reviewed Tatiana Wolska at MAC in Birmingham for Doris Press.

Claudia Barbieri Childs has written about the Theodore Rousseau exhibition in Paris, for The Art Newspaper.

Estelle Lovatt has spoken on the Damien Hirst provenance debate on BBC Radio 4 and about the latest Banksy Mural and its subsequent defacement for Talk TV.

Maev Kennedy has reported on how a Maori parrot feather cloak will be the star attraction at a Perth museum show, Flemish Masters at the Ashmolean Museum, and the discovery of William Kent chairs. All for The Art Newspaper.

Oliver Wainwright has written about Riken Yamamoto winning the Pritzker prize, a graffiti-tagged skyscraper in LA, the new wave of Maori architecture in New Zealand, and reviewed the Enzo Mari exhibition at Design Museum.

Martin Bailey tells the story of Toulouse-Lautrec’s black countess, Tate Britain’s Rex Whistler mural controversy, and he has more contributions to his regular blog on Van Gogh.