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

Claudia Barbieri Childs and Brian Childs have written about Nina Khemchyan’s work at the Venice Biennale. Claudia has also written about Sussex’s artist scene for Artlyst.

Tabish Khan, with his co-host Anna Gammans, has launched a podcast The Good, The Bad and The Arty, he’s written about the Amsterdam art scene for Artsy and previewed June’s exhibitions for Londonist. For FAD he interviewed Wallace Chan in Venice, reviewed a museum show in Basel, picked 5 exhibitions and museums to see in Milan, and wrote about Nancy Cadogan’s paintings on the shores of Lake Como. Closer to home he’s reviewed two exhibitions at Houghton Hall and has his regular weekly top 5 of exhibitions. Finally, he has lots more news in his regular newsletter on Substack.

Sue Hubbard has reviewed the Judy Chicago exhibition at Serpentine for Artlyst.

Estelle Lovatt has been in demand on TV and radio speaking about the King Charles portrait on BBC radio Kent, Talk TV, LBC and on portraits in general on Radio 2. She’s also spoken to Talk TV about Just Stop Oil attacking artworks and that Kate Middleton portrait. Estelle has also launched her Love Art club on BBC.

Corinna Lotz, with Peter Clossick, has reviewed the Michelangelo exhibition at The British Museum for Real Democracy Movement.

Oliver Wainwright has taken us Inside Aston Martin’s lavish Miami penthouses, written about landmarks in protest architecture, from UCLA to Hong Kong, and shone a light on the fake town where America practises for war. He has written about how a grain silo was turned into a museum, he imagines the most spectacular buildings that were never made, writes about my wild day at Chelsea flower show and covers China’s seaside haven for the ‘lying flat’ generation. All for Guardian.