Publications – Visual Arts

2012

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter December 2012/ Jan2013

Seduced by Art – Photography Past & Present – National Gallery, Everything Was Moving – Barbican, William Klein + Daido Moriyama – Tate Modern, William Kentridge – I am Not Me, The Horse is Not Mine – Tate Modern Tanks, Pre-Raphaelites – Victorian Avant-Garde – Tate Britain, Zeng Fanzhi – Gagosian Britannia Street Gallery

Nushin Elahi's London Letter Dec 2012/ Jan 2013

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter November 2012

Frieze Art Fair – Regent’s Park, Turner Prize – Tate Britain

Nushin Elahi's London Letter Nov 2012

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter August 2012

Nushin Elahi's London Letter August 2012Invisible:  Art about the Unseen – Hayward Gallery, Yoko Ono – Serpentine Gallery, A Taste for Impressionism – Paintings from the Clark – Royal Academy, Mantegna to Matisse – Master Drawings from the Courtauld Gallery, Andy Warhol – Dulwich Picture Gallery, Government Art Collection – Whitechapel Gallery

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter July 2012

Royal River – National Maritime Museum Greenwich, Summer Exhibition – Royal Academy, Henry Moore – Gagosian Britannia Street Gallery

Nushin Elahi's London Letter July 2012

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter June 2012

Leonardo – Anatomist – Queen’s Gallery; Picasso’s Vollard Suite – British Museum; The Queen – Art and Image- National Portrait Gallery; Bauhaus – Barbican

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter May 2012

Damien Hirst at Tate Modern; Gillian Wearing at Whitechapel; Gilbert and George at White Cube; British Design at V&A

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter April 2012 – SA Art Times

Picasso and Modern British Art – Tate Britain; Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan – Tate Modern; Jeremy Deller – Hayward; Mondrian Nicholson: In Parallel – Courtauld

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter March 2012 – SA Art Times 

Yayoi Kusama – Tate Modern; Lucien Freud – NPG; Freud drawings – Blain/ Southern; Alberto Burri – Estorick Collection; Migrations – Tate Britain; Hajj – British Museum

Nushin Elahi’s London Letter Feb 2012 – SA Art Times

David Hockney – Royal Academy; Lygia Pape – Serpentine; Damien Hirst’s Spots – Gagosian; Gesamtkunstwerk – Saatchi

One thought on “Publications – Visual Arts

  1. Dear Nushin, Its a great personal thrill to see our prize international arts journalist hitting the big waves of social media, thank you for all your dedication and hard work in bringing us such fine shows each month. Best, Gabriel

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