sun 23/07/2017

sarah kent

sarah.kent's picture
Bio
Sarah was the visual arts editor art of Time Out, the ICA’s Director of Exhibitions, has served on Turner Prize and other juries, and has written catalogues for the Hayward, ICA, Saatchi Gallery, White Cube and Haunch of Venison and books such as Shark-Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 90s.

Articles By Sarah Kent

Trajal Harrell: Hoochie Koochie, Barbican review - flamboyant and mesmerising

Read more...

Rose Finn-Kelcey: Life, Belief and Beyond, Modern Art Oxford review - revelation and delight

Read more...

Portraying a Nation, Tate Liverpool review – an inspired juxtaposition

Read more...

The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger review - voyages round a giant

Read more...

Fahrelnissa Zeid, Tate Modern review - rediscovering a forgotten genius

Read more...

A Handful of Dust, Whitechapel Gallery review - grime does pay

Read more...

Grayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! Serpentine Gallery

Read more...

Geta Bratescu, Camden Arts Centre

Read more...

Mary Magdalene: Art's Scarlet Woman, review - 'lugubrious'

Read more...

How To Be a Surrealist with Philippa Perry, review - 'exhilarating'

Read more...

DVD: Revolution - New Art for a New World

Read more...

Paula Rego: Secrets and Stories review - 'in pictures you can let all your rage out'

Read more...

Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun, National Portrait Gallery

Read more...

Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932, Royal Academy

Read more...

Lubaina Himid, Modern Art Oxford and Spike Island, Bristol

Read more...

Terrains of the Body, Whitechapel Gallery

Read more...

Pages

latest in today

Reissue CDs Weekly: Ramones

Production gloss and deliberation are not notions immediately springing to mind while pondering the 1976-era Ramones. Even so, this new edition of...

CD: Lana Del Rey - Lust For Life

Lana Del Rey is hard to suss. Her cinematic plasticity is part of her appeal, yet it’s also what makes her difficult to love. One thing she cannot...

Trajal Harrell: Hoochie Koochie, Barbican review - flamboyan...

Two performers rush down the stairs and sweep through the audience, their designer outfits splaying out as they speed elegantly around the gallery...

It's So Easy and Other Lies, Sky Arts review - uneven r...

Duff McKagan is a survivor. He’s a bass player too, from the fledgling Seattle...

CD: Alice Cooper - Paranormal

The cover of Alice Cooper’s first album in six years shows the erstwhile Vincent Furnier with two heads. This, one assumes, is supposed to provide...

Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's Globe review - sw...

When I say that Matthew Dunster’s Much Ado is revolutionary I’m not talking about the many textual updatings and...

Coming soon: trailers to the next big films

Summer's here, which can only mean Hollywood blockbusters. But it's not all Spider-Man, talking apes and World War Two with platoons of thespians...

DVD/Blu-ray: The Fabulous Baron Munchausen

Baron Munchausen’s exploits have been filmed before. Terry Gilliam’s star-studded 1988 version floundered thanks to a sub-par script, and there’s...