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8 October 2015
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Review: Goya the Portraits, National Gallery 'Dazzling Brilliance'
Attracting a Diverse Workforce - What Do We Need to Consider in Arts Fundraising?
Life In The Arts Lane - week 111 - Fun and Games at LAPADA 2015
Thomas Woodham Smith
The joy of doing a fair is the unexpected learning. This time at LAPADA in Berkeley Square I learnt that if someone crouches down they...
Ai Weiwei, Make Political Art, Make Art Politically
If "making art politically" involves employing scores of people to do boring and dangerous work, what makes what Weiwei does significantly...
David Hockney: Early Drawings
David Hockney: Early Drawings is a feast of a show and a fine way in which to introduce Waterman's eponymous gallery's new grand location...
Review: The World Goes Pop, Tate Modern 'Brash, Bold and Exciting'
What really intrigues though is not just how these artists used Pop art to interrogate their own cultures, but how they also responded...
Bridget Riley: Learning From Seurat
British painter Bridget Riley, now 84, is best known worldwide by those abstract, almost hallucinatory, stripes, curves and other geometric...
Artists and Creatives Are the Real Property Developers... Blame Us
My show opened last week at The Saatchi Gallery. It's mainly about London (and the underbellies of other cities), and in one of the capital's...
Hello Sweet Art: A Week in Culture
I don't know about you but I've always thought that arts criticism would be way better if it read like the diary of a confused teenage...
Review: Lest We Forget, English National Ballet 'Devastating, Unforgettable'
Lest We Forget is a powerful and extraordinary collection of three dance pieces that English National Ballet (ENB) premiered in 2014 to...
Her Majesty the Queen - As You've Never Seen Her Before...
Painted wearing a purple top with matching stilettos complete with tiara, but with her bum out against a backdrop of a Union Jack and the...
London's Art Scene this Autumn: 10 Must-See Events and Exhibitions
I'm often asked what is the one thing that is absolutely necessary to see/do/experience in the visual art world, in a given season. These...
Greenbelt 2015: Corbyn's Bard, Cyborgs and the Devil
The musical highlight this year was Grace Petrie and the Benefits Culture who roused a damp Monday night crowd with their politically charged...
Igor Prokop: One of the Top Artists at the Chianciano Biennale in Tuscany
Within such a cornucopia of talent, Igor Prokop, an artist born in Budapest, stands out with a presentation of highly-elaborate and colourful...
A Thriving, Diverse City Needs to Value Its Arts
A thriving, diverse city needs a thriving, diverse arts scene - otherwise it isn't a city worth living in. For that reason, I would be...
The Day We Went to Margate
Margate is having a moment. That should probably be #Margate is having a moment. Suddenly all the cool kids are going to the beach, buying...
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