British art critics

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  1. Andrew Graham-Dixon

    Andrew Graham-Dixon


    Andrew Michael Graham-Dixon (born 26 December 1960) is a British art historian and broadcaster.

  2. Julian Stallabrass

    Julian Stallabrass


    Julian Stallabrass is a British art historian, photographer and curator. A Marxist, he has written extensively on contemporary art (including internet art), photography and the history of twentieth century British art.

  3. David Lee (art critic)

    David Lee (art critic)


    David Lee (born 1953) is an outspoken, English, contemporary, art critic—condemning conceptual art in general and the Turner Prize in particular. He publishes and edits The Jackdaw magazine, critical of the contemporary art world.

  4. Henry Bond

    Henry Bond


    Henry Bond, FHEA (born 13 June 1966) is an English writer, photographer and visual artist. In his Lacan at the Scene (Slavoj Žižek, series ed., Short Circuits, MIT Press, 2009), Bond made contributions to theoretical psychoanalysis and forensics.

  5. Brian Sewell

    Brian Sewell


    Brian Sewell (/ˈsjl, s-/; 15 June 1931 – 19 September 2015) was an English art critic and media personality. He wrote for the London Evening Standard and was noted for his acerbic view of conceptual art and the Turner Prize. The Guardian described him as "Britain's most famous and controversial art critic", while the Standard called him the "nation’s best art critic", and Artnet News called him the United Kingdom's "most famous and controversial art critic".

  6. Tim Marlow

    Tim Marlow


    Tim Marlow (born 1963) is a British writer, broadcaster and art historian. He is best known for his regular feature on Channel Five - Marlow On Style, an occasional series in which he looks at current art exhibitions. Marlow has also had several other art programmes, radio programmes and publications.

  7. Louisa Buck

    Louisa Buck


    Louisa Buck is a British art critic and contemporary art correspondent for The Art Newspaper. She was a jurist for the 2005 Turner Prize.

  8. Stewart Home

    Stewart Home


    Kevin Llewellyn Callan (born 24 March 1962), better known as Stewart Home, is an English artist, filmmaker, writer, pamphleteer, art historian, and activist. He is best known for his novels such as the non-narrative 69 Things to Do with a Dead Princess (2002), his re-imagining of the 1960s in Tainted Love (2005), and earlier parodistic pulp fictions Pure Mania, Red London, No Pity, Cunt, and Defiant Pose that pastiche the work of 1970s British skinhead pulp novel writer Richard Allen and combine it with pornography, political agit-prop, and historical references to punk rock and avant-garde art.

  9. Marina Vaizey

    Marina Vaizey


    Marina Alandra Vaizey, Lady Vaizey CBE (born 16 January 1938) is an art critic and author based in the United Kingdom.

  10. Stephen Bayley

    Stephen Bayley


    Stephen Paul Bayley (born 13 October 1951) is a British design critic, cultural critic, journalist and author.

  11. Ernest Binfield Havell

    Ernest Binfield Havell


    Ernest Binfield Havell (16 September 1861 – 31 December 1934), who published under the name E.B. Havell, was an influential English arts administrator, art historian and author of numerous books about Indian art and architecture. He was a member of the Havell family of artists and art educators. He was the principal of the Government School of Art, Calcutta from 1896 to 1905, where, along with Abanindranath Tagore, he developed a style of art and art education based on Indian rather than Western models, which led to the foundation of the Bengal school of art.

  12. Gavin Butt

    Gavin Butt


    Gavin Butt (* 1967) is a British art historian based at Goldsmiths, University of London.

  13. Ian McKay (writer)

    Ian McKay (writer)


    Ian McKay (born 1962) is an English environmental writer, critic, publisher, and translator.

  14. Iwona Blazwick

    Iwona Blazwick


    Iwona Maria Blazwick OBE (born 14 October 1955) is an art critic, lecturer, director of the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London.

  15. David A. Bailey

    David A. Bailey


    David A. Bailey, MBE (born 1961 in London), is a British Afro-Caribbean curator, photographer, writer and cultural facilitator, living and working in London and Nassau, The Bahamas.

  16. Gerry Badger

    Gerry Badger


    Gerald David "Gerry" Badger (born 1948 in Northampton) is an English writer about and curator of photography, and a photographer.

  17. Silvano Levy

    Silvano Levy


    Silvano Levy is an academic and art critic specialising in surrealism, with emphasis on Conroy Maddox and Desmond Morris. He studied at the University of Reading and the University of Kent at Canterbury.

  18. Iain Sinclair

    Iain Sinclair


    Iain Sinclair FRSL (born 11 June 1943) is a British writer and filmmaker. Much of his work is rooted in London, most recently within the influences of psychogeography.

  19. Nikolaus Pevsner

    Nikolaus Pevsner


    Sir Nikolaus Bernhard Leon Pevsner (30 January 1902 – 18 August 1983), was a German, later British scholar of history of art and, especially, of history of architecture. He is best known for his 46-volume series of county-by-county guides, The Buildings of England (1951–74), often simply referred to by his surname.

  20. Roselee Goldberg

    Roselee Goldberg


    RoseLee Goldberg is an American-based art historian, author, critic and curator. She wrote a study of performance art, Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present. First published in 1979 and now in its third edition (2001), Goldberg's book is now a key text for teaching performance in universities and has been translated into over seven languages, including Chinese, Croatian, French, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.

  21. Matthew Collings

    Matthew Collings


    Matthew Collings (born 1955) is a British art critic, writer, broadcaster, and artist. He is married to Emma Biggs, with whom he collaborates on art works.

  22. Charles Esche

    Charles Esche


    Charles Esche (born 1962, England) is a curator and writer. He currently lives between Edinburgh, São Paulo and Eindhoven.

  23. Thomas Lawson

    Thomas Lawson


    Thomas Lawson (born 1951, Glasgow, Scotland) is an artist, writer, and Dean of the School of Art at California Institute for the Arts. He has exhibited paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City as part of the Pictures Generation exhibit, Metro Pictures Gallery in New York, Anthony Reynolds in London and LAXART in Los Angeles. Surveys of his work have been organized by the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art at La Jolla, the CCA in Glasgow and the Battersea Arts Centre in London. He has created temporary public works in New York, New Haven, Glasgow, Newcastle and Madrid.

  24. Wendy Beckett

    Wendy Beckett


    Wendy Beckett (born 25 February 1930), better known as Sister Wendy, is a British hermit, consecrated virgin, and art historian who became well known internationally during the 1990s when she presented a series of documentaries for the BBC on the history of art.

  25. Richard Dorment

    Richard Dorment


    Richard Dorment, CBE, (born 1946) was the American born chief art critic for The Daily Telegraph.

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