Tacita Dean, Antigone (2018) (film still). Courtesy the artist, Frith Street Gallery, London and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris
Clouds and stones and clods of light. Mountains in Austria and an ant on a rock in Mexico. Best of all, a long, slow eclipse. The final exhibition in Tacita Dean’s three-part meditation on the portrait (at the National Portrait Gallery), the still life (at the National Gallery) and now Landscape (in three rooms of the new galleries at the Royal Academy), provides a summation of interrelated themes.