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30 July 2016
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Amongst the other standout pieces were the coloured walls of the main galleries - the brainchild of the show's coordinator Michael Craig-Martin...
Why I Co-Founded a Festival Dedicated to Discussing Sexual Assault
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Are you one of us? There's millions of us out there. That's a question (and an answer) posed by a group of rape survivors in our recent...
Richard Long: Time and Space at Arnolfini, Bristol
Time and Space, a major new exhibition of work by Richard Long, opens today at the Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary Arts in Bristol.
Home Office Make Up Criminal Conviction To Deny Chinese Activist A Visa
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Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has been denied a UK visa because he had a “criminal conviction” - despite apparently never having...
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I deal with the matter of the hashtag very differently in my show but the train of thought has led me to believe that Twitter is turning...
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The act of observation is supposed to be part of the experience, and one that I probably wasn't that comfortable with (which may indeed...
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Beauty and happiness do not actually go hand in hand, one does not automatically equate to the other. There is after all a beauty that...
Ballet Review: Natalia Osipova Wows at the Ardani 25 Dance Gala
There is a reason why Natalia Osipova is the dancer everyone wants to see. And the star delivered on her box office draw for the Ardani...
The Dream Machine
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Helen Galliano and Dimitri Launder founded the as a multi-media performance company that makes site-specific works. Their new production...
The Art That History Forgot, Remembered
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