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Review: Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, National Gallery 'Mixed Results'
Half the exhibition comprises works by artists of later generations who, it is suggested, were inspired by Delacroix - artists such as...
Nursing: The Real Picture
As a former model and photographer, I have trodden the catwalk during London Fashion Week, photographed an editorial shoot for Elle magazine,...
Using Theatre to Speak Out About Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Royal Air Force
I am so grateful to the arts; the power of creativity shines into the face of adversity and for me holds more weight than an official complaint,...
Music and Hospitals: A Life-Enhancing Combination
For the thousands of children who end up in hospitals each year due to illness and injury, hospitals can be intimidating places. Finding...
Exhibition of Women Artists Highlights Their Creativity, Courage and the Challenges They Faced
There are many powerful pieces in the current exhibition of Modern Scottish Women's Art from the late Victorian era to the early 1960s...
Review: Vogue 100, National Portrait Gallery 'Glamorous & Depressing'
Vogue 100: A Century of Style is an undeniably glamorous and exciting exhibition that showcases beautifully the British magazine's illustrious...
Chloe Rosser's Nudes Evoke Revolt and Fascination, Like Decapitated Chickens
Ordinarily when you look at a photo your mind fills in an approximation of what is not seen from the photographer's viewpoint. In Chloe...
Review: Avedon Warhol, Gagosian Gallery 'Effortlessly Cool'
Together Avedon's and Warhol's works weave together a tapestry of a time that was the height of pop culture. This was the era when legends...
In Defence of Innovation...
Dr Paul Thompson
Innovation is too often used to mean 'new'. So many of the latest products are now called innovative, when actually, they are incremental...
Send Him to the Tower
Dr Michael Petry
So what of Reid's penis? Well in the sculpture it is circumcised, though being a discussion amongst mainly British people and the Reverend...
Fascinating Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition Opens at Science Museum
This is a fascinating exhibition. And it's interesting that even when you set aside the hyperbole and examine the man's work, you still...
Raising the Curtain on West End and Broadway
Curtain Up really is a marvelous celebration of theatre in London and New York. It explores the entire journey of the productions, from...
Marion Wagschal: An Extraordinary Artist
Marion Wagschal's new show at Canada House is her first ever show in the UK. Relatively unknown outside of North America, the latest exhibition...
Reframing The Myth - Illustrating So Much More Than Impairment
Anyone who reads my column here in the Huff knows I regularly sing the praises of the Disability Arts Scene. I feel it is a place where...
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