The Independent Recommends: Visual Art
Thursday 18 June 1998
Wilson Stephens Fine Art, 11 Cavendish Road, London NW6 (0181-4509 0760) to 20 Jun.
It is appropriate that a touring exhibition of work by Mary Potter should start at the Aldeburgh Festival, for she lived in this seaside town for the last 30 years of her life, and it was here that her work shifted towards the sort of quiet, landscape-based abstraction for which she is best remembered. "Enchanting moments of heightened perception", in the words of Sir Kenneth Clarke.
Peter Pears Gallery, High St, Aldeburgh, Suffolk (01728 453543) to 28 Jun.
Robin Thicke admits he didn't write 'Blurred Lines'music
Review: Cilla, ITV TV
Arts & Ents blogs
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- 2 Scottish independence: What you shouldn't tweet about if you want to avoid jail today
- 3 Scottish independence: Five reasons Salmond is secretly hoping for a 'No' vote
- 4 Isis plan to 'behead random member of the public' in Sydney thwarted by Australian police
- 5 Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
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Downton Abbey: Liam Neeson wants to be a stableman in period drama
Star Wars 7 leaked set photo of Adam Driver changes everything
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Pharrell Williams says 'Blurred Lines' criticism is out of context
Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
Scottish independence: The Queen breaks silence on referendum debate – as think tank warns of £14bn black hole if Scotland votes Yes
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'