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Frieze is arriving and the art world seems set to eats its own tail. Artists are painfully aware that the process of gentrification, where...
The Arrival in 1400 of Yolande of Aragon in France to Wed Louis II Royal Duke of Anjou
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Following the plague called the Black Death, France's population was reduced by half to around 8 million, 90% of whom were hard-working...
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There is such talent, such genius in Goya's work that it's hard to know where to begin. His technical excellence is just ridiculous - the...
Dr Michael Petry
London in the fall is a crowded schedule for art lovers, not only are the galleries returning from the long summer break, they are preparing...
Attracting a Diverse Workforce - What Do We Need to Consider in Arts Fundraising?
Like the rest of the charitable sector, the arts is struggling to reflect the UK's broader diversity. Arts Council England (ACE) estimates...
Life In The Arts Lane - week 111 - Fun and Games at LAPADA 2015
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The joy of doing a fair is the unexpected learning. This time at LAPADA in Berkeley Square I learnt that if someone crouches down they...
Ai Weiwei, Make Political Art, Make Art Politically
If "making art politically" involves employing scores of people to do boring and dangerous work, what makes what Weiwei does significantly...
David Hockney: Early Drawings
David Hockney: Early Drawings is a feast of a show and a fine way in which to introduce Waterman's eponymous gallery's new grand location...
Review: The World Goes Pop, Tate Modern 'Brash, Bold and Exciting'
What really intrigues though is not just how these artists used Pop art to interrogate their own cultures, but how they also responded...
Bridget Riley: Learning From Seurat
British painter Bridget Riley, now 84, is best known worldwide by those abstract, almost hallucinatory, stripes, curves and other geometric...
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Painted wearing a purple top with matching stilettos complete with tiara, but with her bum out against a backdrop of a Union Jack and the...
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