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British painter Bridget Riley, now 84, is best known worldwide by those abstract, almost hallucinatory, stripes, curves and other geometric...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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