Rachel Guthrie

Rachel E Guthrie studies Art History and is the go-to girl for reviews of exhibitions in London and the local vicinity. She's been writing for The Boar throughout her degree, and was voted Best Arts Writer in 2011/2, and was one of five short-listed for Critic of the Year at the Guardian Student Media Awards in November 2012. She has served on the Boar Editorial Board as both Deputy Arts and Arts Editor. Unsurprisingly, she's a keen photographer too.

The Brilliance of Barocci

Rachel E Guthrie explores Brian Sewell's claim that Baroque painter Frederico Barocci is the "the greatest artist you've never heard of" in visiting the National Gallery's exhibition, 'Barocci: Brilliance and Grace.'
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Posted Apr. 2, 2013


Rachel Eliza Guthrie reviews 'Becoming Picasso: 1901' at the Courtauld Gallery; critiquing its claim that the exhibition is an opportunity to 'discover the remarkable story of Pablo Picasso's breakthrough year as an artist.'
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Posted Mar. 2, 2013

Rothko In Britain

Rachel Eliza Guthrie examines the new exhibition of Rothko's work, and his return to the forefront of the gallery scene.
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Posted Oct. 12, 2011