A creative, globe-trotting couple have put their stamp on a pair of 1920s buildings in Barrio Italia. By Sorrel Moseley-Williams
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Wednesday 21 August 2013
Yesterday, in Edinburgh, I was walking alongside a lady wearing high heels and a gimp mask. Her, not me. No-one walking past batted an eyelid. She had no flyers in her hand or any evidence of being in a show. I think she’d worked out that Edinburgh in August is a great place to be if you want to dress up oddly and not get funny looks.
Friday 16 August 2013
James Meyer was a young artist looking for a job when he knocked on the door of Jasper Johns’s studio in the mid-1980s.
Friday 16 August 2013
A new interiors bible shows that family life doesn’t have to mean an end to good design. By Trish Lorenz
Friday 14 June 2013
Britain’s publically funded museums are to be spared from the worst of the Government’s spending cuts, the Chancellor George Osborne is preparing to announce.
Tuesday 28 May 2013
More than 300 visitors and staff were evacuated from one of Cornwall’s most important art galleries yesterday when a deep fat fryer caught fire in its kitchens.
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Thursday 23 May 2013
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Thursday 25 April 2013
Preserved lynx discovered in museum was 'Beast of Bodmin' of its time
Sunday 14 April 2013
'She's been to our rehearsals. It doesn’t flummox her that it can get out of hand'
Saturday 30 March 2013
François Ozon's tantalising new comedy, In the House, is all about storytelling, and that's something it does delightfully well – to begin with, anyway. Fabrice Luchini stars as a prissy middle-aged teacher of creative writing at the French equivalent of a modern comprehensive. He has resigned himself to being bored to tears by his pupils' semi-literate compositions, but one evening he reads an essay that sends his eyebrows rocketing above his owlish spectacles. Its writer is a 16-year-old (Ernst Umhauer) who has inveigled his way into a classmate's home in order to spy on and satirise his enviable life. The teacher and his wife, Kristin Scott Thomas, are appalled by the voyeurism – but not so appalled that they aren't salivating for the next chapter. Soon, Luchini is breaking school rules to ensure that the boys maintain their friendship, and advising the protégé on how to improve his subsequent undercover dispatches.
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Friday 22 March 2013
An tribunal has heard that winning the TV reality show may not be all its cracked up to be. Tom Peck speaks to past victors
Thursday 07 March 2013
Gavin Turk, one of the famous Young British Artists of ‘90s, has won the most votes in a competition to bring ten major contemporary artists to regional museums around the country for a nocturnal festival. He will create a magic carpet at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery in two months’ time.
Thursday 14 February 2013
Alice Jones' Arts Diary
Friday 08 February 2013
As this year’s Light Show comes to London’s Southbank Centre, Trish Lorenz suggests bright ideas for all budgets
Thursday 07 February 2013
Anyone who remembers their first visit to London will know that the Tube can be something of a maze to the uninitiated.
Monday 21 January 2013
Researchers at the University of Manchester’s John Rylands Library have stumbled upon a treasure trove of works by poet and artist William Blake.
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