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4 December 2016
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University Women In The Arts Part Three: Advice For Women Wanting To Work In The Arts From Anne Edyvean, Head Of BBC Writersroom
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National Gallery Denies Claims That Matisse Portrait Was Looted By Nazis
Sarah Ann Harris
A Matisse masterpiece which is at the heart of a row over ownership is not Nazi looted art, the National Gallery has insisted. The gallery...
We Showed Refugee Children In Calais A Better Side To Europe
In among the chaos and the dismal conditions of Calais, there were glimmers of a better version of Europe than these Syrians, Afghans,...
Life In The Arts Lane - Week 130 - Prepping And Packing For An Art Fair
Thomas Woodham Smith
The tension starts to rise a week or so before any fair. No matter how often I exhibit I never can be completely blithe about the process....
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The data reveals that 52% of those who define themselves as 'sciency' also choose to describe themselves as 'arty', suggesting that many...
From Punk Rock Fashion to Activist: An Evening With Vivienne Westwood
I'm a normal teenager, but I do go to star-studded events. On Friday night, I attended a wonderful evening with the world-renowned punk/rock...
Woman Captures Her Extreme Weight Loss Journey In Raw Photo Series
Warning: This post includes images that contain nudity. A photographer who had a gastric bypass in 2013 has shared a series of...
Artist Creates Portraits Of Famous Faces From Avocado
An artist has amazed avocado fans around the world by turning their favourite food into famous faces. Boris Toledo Doorm smears avocado...
The Artist Who "Cut Off His Nipples" Explains Why Instagram And IRL Are Two Totally Different Spaces
It takes a lot to cut through Instagram's endless streams of belfie art-personas, women who've apparently pissed themselves . But as...
Artist Tessa Farmer Discusses Battling Anxiety and Depression
It was World Mental Health Day on Monday, and it has opened up a dialogue about a subject that just doesn't seem to be talked about nearly...
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I am standing in the new Nineties section at the Frieze Art Fair, making a beeline for the Anthony Reynolds stand for Richard Billingham's...
An Interview With David Nicholls: Good Films, Bad Decisions And The Next Novel
I thank him and he tells me that it was a pleasure. A final note which is pretty emblematic of our conversation and of the way he is to...
Dan Baldwin - Under The Influence
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Collecting Lines - Zineb Sedira
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