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This exhibition is about the everyday lives of you and me, our parent's and grandparents. It is a community album, a gift from 23 international...
XL Catlin Art Prize 2016
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There hadn't been a woman elected to the NUI (Nation University of Ireland) panel in Seanad Éireann (the Irish Senate or Upper House as...
Review: Mona Hatoum, Tate Modern
For those unfamiliar with the brilliant Mona Hatoum, she was born in Beirut to a Palestinian family before moving to the UK in 1975. This...
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Artistic freedom in the digital environment and tackling new challenges in cultural policies will be among the topics for debate to mark...
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I'm not alone. A new report by the British Council reveals that 34% of the UK can't stand the Bard. So why don't more of us say so? This...
You're Quoting Shakespeare Every Day - Without Even Knowing It!
Not to lay it on with a trowel, but... when we talk of towers of strength; or sea changes; or pounds of flesh; or pomp and circumstance;...
Where's Warhol? A Time Travelling Adventure With a Pop Culture Icon
Where's Wally is a classic that's fun and tempting to play with. With Where's Warhol, we were lucky: the formula seemed made for him. Warhol's...
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Paul Wager describes himself as a proud Northerner without being a northern fanatic. Most of his sculptures are large constructions built...
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