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29 July 2016
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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...
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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...
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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...
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If "making art politically" involves employing scores of people to do boring and dangerous work, what makes what Weiwei does significantly...
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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...
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