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Martin Herbert

Martin Herbert is a critic based in Berlin, Germany.

White Cube, London, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 01 NOV 09

Collective memory and amnesia; mapping cities and family life

BY Martin Herbert | 01 SEP 09

Tate Liverpool, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 01 JUN 09

The Great Contemporary Art Bubble, a new documentary from BBC4, claims to be ‘the film the art world doesn’t want you to see’

BY Martin Herbert | 19 MAY 09

The animism and imagination of Phillip Allen’s painterly abstractions

BY Martin Herbert | 05 MAY 09

Despite their contributions, female gallerists have historically been under-recognised. A new book seeks to make amends

BY Martin Herbert | 12 MAR 09

Office for Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway

BY Martin Herbert | 12 MAR 09

The home of John Latham, one of Britain’s most radical artists, has opened to the public two years after his death

BY Martin Herbert | 01 JAN 09

Various venues, Liverpool, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 01 NOV 08

White Cube, London, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 01 NOV 08

Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China

BY Martin Herbert | 01 OCT 08

Nottingham Contemporary, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 09 SEP 08

Maureen Paley, London, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 06 JUN 08

Various Venues, Berlin

BY Martin Herbert | 05 MAY 08

Milton Keynes Gallery, UK

BY Martin Herbert | 05 MAY 08

Rosalind Nashashibi's films and photographs observe the nuances of everyday life around the world

BY Martin Herbert | 05 MAY 08