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31 March 2015
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When Boys Become Men Art Exhibition in Notting Hill
Debut Contemporary, its artists and Barry Martin and Klara Taussig-Cecmanova as co-curators with Samir Ceric, the gallery's director, decided...
Exhibition: Giovanni Battista Moroni, Royal Academy of Arts
Moroni is widely regarded as one of the finest painters of the 16th century, and a critical innovator in portraiture, in particular. Yet...
Beard Exhibition Celebrates Wonder Of Facial Hair (Without A Pair Of Skinny Jeans In Sight)
While you may have had your fill of hairy hipsters in skinny jeans, here's a new art expo that breathes new life into the topiary preference....
Parasol Unit: The Best in Contemporary Art in East London Hackney Run by a Visionary
In 2004, when everybody wanted to be in Mayfair and Fitzrovia, Ziba Ardalan, born in Iran, whose career was developed between the US and...
Should the Elgin Marbles Stay at the British Museum?
Were it not for Lord Elgin's removal of the sculptures, they would have remained at the mercy of looters and military commanders. Would...
The Best Art From London Invited to Exhibit in Pune
Pune is a bustling metropolis and is characterised typically by a villager in his dhoti and Nehru cap, bare feet passing through busy wifi...
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Next door from me is a blue plaque remembering the tenancy of one Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Soho's enduring attraction as a global destination...
Remembrance Poppies: Flower Power at the London Tower
The ambitious artistic installation entitled 'Blood Swept Land and Seas of Red' at the Tower of London's dry moat has captured popular...
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The new exhibition of Guy Bourdin's photography at Somerset House presents us with a conundrum. There is no doubting the man's eye and...
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The Outings Project comes to challenge all that. Set up as a 'global participative' one, the project concentrates on the way different...
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