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Meet the Artist: Magnus Gjoen
Ben J. Cotton
In anticipation for his upcoming solo show 'Monster', Carla Nizzola and I visited Magnus Gjoen's new Hackney studio set up to pick his...
Edmund Clark and Peter Schmersal at Flowers Gallery
Although two very different shows, with very different atmospheres - the themes raised by each artist successfully manage to complement...
Let's Stop Thinking About Music in Silos and Recognize the Challenges That All Artists Share
Why is it that the composers, songwriters and performers who create this independent music are so often perceived as having little in common?...
Fifty Years of Arts Policy: What Have We Learned?
Lee's appointment came four years after the death of her husband, Aneurin Bevan. Their combined impact on the nation we know now was considerable:...
Have Contemporary Artists Lost the Capacity to Be Transgressive?
The latest boom years in the 90s and early 2000 saw an implosion of artists as mass commodity producers for a new bourgeoisie eager to...
Creativity: 21st Century UK's USP
The UK must, as the report strongly urges, continue to invest in its arts and its creative and cultural industries. Moreover, given the...
Font Makes the Headlines
Typefaces are everywhere; they're so deeply ingrained in all our lives that we barely take note of the endless fonts that surreptitiously...
History is Now at Hayward Gallery Searches for British Identity
Seven artists were invited to curate their own section of this exhibition, choosing particular periods and subjects from post-war British...
This Is The Most Expensive Art Work Ever Sold
A painting by French artist Paul Gauguin has become the most expensive art work ever sold after it was bought for close to 300 million...
It's Time to Take Creative Subjects Seriously
Professor Anne Carlisle
Creative industries have hit an all-time high and are worth a phenomenal £77billion to the UK economy according to government figures...
Is Xavier Mascaró the Spanish Henry Moore?
Expressing the underlying tensions of human life - opulence versus asceticism, pleasure versus fear - in which the presence of the figure...
Debussy Explosion - Hugo Dalton and Imma Setiadi
Artist Hugo Dalton took part in an unusual performance at the Royal College of Music this week. In the exquisite Britten Hall, deep in...
Theatre Maketh the Man
As an avid theatre attendee it is a pressing concern of mine - without crunching too many numbers or exhausting the topic - that the prize...
Walking the Tightrope - Theatre Without a Safety Net
The plays scoot along exploring philanthropy and privilege, the motivation behind breaking boycotts, how the media spins everything in...
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