The revelation by Brian Sewell, the London Evening Standard's eminent art critic, that he had an affair in 1963 with the strenuously heterosexual Tatler editor Mark Boxer sent shockwaves around the art and journalistic worlds.
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Friday 14 October 1994
Sunday 29 May 1994
Sunday 08 May 1994
Thursday 31 March 1994
Thursday 10 February 1994
Saturday 22 January 1994
Wednesday 12 January 1994
Arch enemy of the critics stings back: The art world is calling for Brian Sewell's head. He is unfazed
Sunday 09 January 1994
Saturday 08 January 1994
Critic caught in the line of artistic fire: Will Bennett finds accusations of homophobia and misogyny give Brian Sewell 'the giggles'
Thursday 06 January 1994
Coales' Notes: Double negatives: Gordon Coales attends the Ars Longa Christmas party, and regrets it
Monday 27 December 1993
ARTS / The most hated man in British art: Michael Craig-Martin would be bad enough on his own; but what they'll never forgive him for is inflicting his evil progeny upon the art world. Iain Gale met the guru of Goldsmiths'
Friday 10 December 1993
Right of Reply: Dr Virginia Button, exhibition curator of the annual Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery, responds to the critics who attack it
Thursday 11 November 1993
Wednesday 30 September 1992
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