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Damien Hirst Opens a New Art Gallery in London
London has a new art gallery. And this one comes from the pockets - and the collection - of Damien Hirst. Newport Street Gallery is the...
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I went to see the natural experiments of in person after having experienced the joy of gaze through pages of her new book, Natural Processes...
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There is a growing school of thought that says that art may be able to prevent convicts from reoffending, and the artworks in 'Re:From'...
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Cabellut has invited glamorous women from different parts of the world to sit for her. Each has a different expression but she has reflected...
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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...
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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...
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