RA Magazine Summer 2021
From Picasso to Paul Klee, many modern artists have praised the uninhibited originality of children’s art. But have the rest of us underestimated its value? As the Young Artists’ Summer Show returns to the RA, Andrew Dickson meets some of the curators and gallerists beginning to take artwork by children more seriously.
Plus, Richard Humphreys follows in Hockney’s footsteps to explore the history of British artists based in Normandy, Kenyan poet Mukoma Wa Ngugi responds to Michael Armitage’s presentation of East African artists at the RA, and a trip inside the mind of Portugal-born painter Paula Rego RA.
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