RA Magazine Spring 2022
Inside our spring issue, Christopher Harding reveals the work of Kawanabe Kyōsai, master and maverick of Japanese art, and soon subject of an RA show; Philip Hoare writes on how Francis Bacon’s insight into animals was shaped on the plains of Africa, and Lara Feigel and Ian McKeever RA respond to Whistler’s Woman in White, the painting that caused a sensation in Victorian society, and inspired generations of artists drawn to the colour white.
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Plus: a new short story by Joan Bakewell, in response to a Venetian masterpiece; a trip inside the mind of Sonia Boyce RA, the artist representing Britain at this year’s Venice Biennale; Christopher Baker on the challenges and charms of Raphael, and a tour of Japanese cultural highlights in London, by President of the Royal Academy Rebecca Salter.