In this post we round up the articles, writing and speaking engagements by members of the visual arts and architecture section of The Critics’ Circle in Octoberhover over the text for links.

Sue Hubbard has written about Dora Maar at Paul Stolper Gallery, Phillip Guston at Tate Modern, and her highlights and lowlights at Frieze London and Frieze Masters for Artlyst.

Tabish Khan reviewed Annie Morris and Idris Khan at Pitzhanger, Hiroshi Sugimoto at Hayward Gallery and Mat Collishaw at Kew Gardens for Culture Whisper (pictured). He has previewed the top shows to see in November for Londonist. He has reviewed John Craxton and Jake Grewal at Pallant House Gallery and written his regular weekly top shows to see for FAD.

Alex Leith has written about Anthony Eyton and John Craxton for British Art Fair.

Estelle Lovatt has spoken on Talk TV / Radio about whether Picasso should be cancelled, and the Phillip Guston exhibition at Tate Modern.

Peter Clossick and Corinna Lotz have written about the haunting of Phillip Guston on the Critics’ Circle website.

Charlotte Mullins has hosted a podcast on Yinka Shonibare, coinciding with his exhibitions at Stephen Friedman Gallery and Cristea Roberts.

Nico Kos-Earle has reviewed Marina Abramovic’s retrospective at Royal Academy of Arts and Sarah Lucas at Tate Britain. She has also written about Frieze week and Paris’ art scene in the Autumn. All for Artlyst.

Martin Bailey writes about The British Museum digitising its collection and the astonishing story of Ethiopia’s most treasured icon. He also has four new entries in his adventures with Van Gogh series of articles.

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