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1 September 2016
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Review: Mona Hatoum, Tate Modern
For those unfamiliar with the brilliant Mona Hatoum, she was born in Beirut to a Palestinian family before moving to the UK in 1975. This...
Spotlighting Artistic Freedom With Unesco's 2005 Convention - Marking World Press Freedom Day
Artistic freedom in the digital environment and tackling new challenges in cultural policies will be among the topics for debate to mark...
You're Quoting Shakespeare Every Day - Without Even Knowing It!
Not to lay it on with a trowel, but... when we talk of towers of strength; or sea changes; or pounds of flesh; or pomp and circumstance;...
Much Ado About Nothing
I'm not alone. A new report by the British Council reveals that 34% of the UK can't stand the Bard. So why don't more of us say so? This...
Where's Warhol? A Time Travelling Adventure With a Pop Culture Icon
Where's Wally is a classic that's fun and tempting to play with. With Where's Warhol, we were lucky: the formula seemed made for him. Warhol's...
The Mask of Anarchy - Paul Wager
Paul Wager describes himself as a proud Northerner without being a northern fanatic. Most of his sculptures are large constructions built...
Snapshot of the Poet in the Portrait
Benjamin Sullivan's recent BP Award-nominated portrait of Hugo Williams is a powerful thing. It stirs memories in me of my experiences...
Fashion Provocateurs: The New Photographer Making The Personal Political
Then there are images that draw us in, over and above aesthetics. I wondered how the new generation of photographers, those with a timely...
Nothing to Learn From the Culture White Paper
What does this mean? In the current climate, any government commitment to culture is an achievement. But the narrowness of that commitment...
Review: Conceptual Art 1964-1979, Tate Britain
With its focus on British artists in the 1960s and 1970s, Conceptual Art in Britain 1964-1979 at Tate Britain sets out to demonstrate...
Six Things That Happen When You're an Erotic Fiction Writer
Six things that happen when you open up about being a budding erotic fiction writer. 1. Everyone turns into a schoolboy. You don't quite...
Review: In the Age of Giorgione, Royal Academy of Arts 'Revealing'
Who was Giorgione? After all, he's hardly a household name and yet the Royal Academy has opened a new exhibition dedicated to uncovering...
Review: Russia and the Arts, National Portrait Gallery 'Dramatic, Intense, Passionate'
The turn of the 20th century was not a happy time in Russia. The Imperial dynasty was moribund and its Tsar, Nicholas II, was a hopeless...
Street Artist eL Seed Changes Perceptions With Arabic Graffiti That's Optical Genius
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Born to Tunisian parents, eL Seed spent his formative years in the suburbs of Paris juggling different cultures, languages, and identities....
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