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Review: Summer Exhibition 2016, Royal Academy of Arts
This year, Richard Wilson, the British sculptor and Royal Academician, has coordinated a truly fantastic and exhilarating show full of...
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Rob attributes the happiness in his life to his relationship with Gill, his wife of 24 years. They met when Rob was in a psychiatric hospital...
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Personally, aside from my passion for the painter Caravaggio, it was a period and a style of art that took me a while to devote time to....
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It's probably no surprise that Damien Hirst owns a lot of works by Jeff Koons. After all, these two have common ground - they're both provocateurs,...
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