Olivia McEwan

(Contributor)

Olivia writes arts reviews for City A.M.'s Going Out section.

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You probably haven’t heard of Sebastiano del Piombo, the Venetian born artist and contemporary of the Renaissance superstar [...]

16 March
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Hot on the heels of its Russian Revolution exhibition downstairs, the RA continues on an exciting trajectory in its programming [...]

23 February
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For those missing strong, dramatic Italian Baroque art in their lives now the excellent Beyond Caravaggio show has wrapped, [...]

20 February
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Revolution: Russian Art marks the centenary of the momentous turning point in Russian history, the October Revolution of 1917, [...]

9 February
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The double-height room in Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery – recently home to Jeff Koons’ giant Balloon Dog – lies [...]

24 November
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The sheer prodigious output by Pablo Picasso is one reason he’s regarded by many as the greatest artist of the 20th Century. [...]

6 October
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This superlative show is huge in every sense: big themes, giant icons of mid century art, enormous canvases, and no small amount [...]

22 September
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Björk’s musical career is distinguished not only by her genre-bending music, but her imaginative visuals; with each album [...]

2 September
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It takes as a starting point Corot’s portrait of an Italian Woman, owned by Lucian Freud and bequeathed to its collection upon [...]

27 June
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British sculptor Richard Wilson coordinates the 248th annual Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the world’s largest open submission [...]

9 June
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Jeff Koons: Now | Newport Street gallery | ​★★★★​★ [...]

19 May
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George Shaw is best known for his highly detailed renditions of high streets and urban scenes from middle England, favouring [...]

12 May
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James McNeill Whistler is best known for his painterly concern for harmony of tones and mood, rather than overtly symbolic or [...]

7 April
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In the Age of Giorgione argues that this elusive painter, of whom little is known and to whom only a handful of surviving paintings [...]

9 March
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When an exhibition says it will focus on an artist’s “influence”, it’s often a signal that it hasn’t got enough of [...]

3 March
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