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Monday 23 June 2008
Chalk and cheese; chalk first. Gary Hume's Door Paintings are based on the kind of double swing doors you find in the corridors of hospitals and colleges. These simple and recognisable arrangements of circles and rectangles provide the motifs for a series of "abstract" paintings – approximately door-sized and painted in household gloss – that Hume has made from the late 1980s until now. About 20 of them are showing in Modern Art Oxford.
Friday 13 June 2008
Paul Arden: Saatchi & Saatchi creative director behind many of the firm's best-known advertising campaigns
Tuesday 08 April 2008
Paul Arden was a legend in the largely anonymous world of advertising. He followed Jeremy Sinclair as the chief creative in Saatchi & Saatchi through the firm's most glamorous and best-known period in the 1980s.
Monday 07 April 2008
Monday 07 April 2008
Wednesday 26 March 2008
Saturday 01 March 2008
Tuesday 26 February 2008
When Charles Saatchi first saw Jake and Dinos Chapman's sculpture of pseudo-African totems and masks bearing McDonald's logos, he hailed the work as a standard-bearer of "what great art should be" – and bought it for a reported £1m.
Wednesday 06 February 2008
Jake and Dinos Chapman, the artists whose works range from a swastika-shaped sculpture named Hell to a tableau of castrated mannequins tied to a tree, have never shied from controversy. But their latest creation – an idiosyncratic version of the Bible's most dramatic and contested book – has raised eyebrows among even their most devoted admirers.
Friday 25 January 2008
Ever since Marc Quinn used nine pints of his own blood to create a cast of his head for Charles Saatchi's gallery more than a decade ago, his artwork has captured changing states of the human body.
Friday 11 January 2008
Sunday 16 December 2007
Wednesday 17 May 2006
Ottakar's has rejected a renewed bid by the music retailer HMV to gain control of it. HMV, which bid £97m for the bookseller in September, received regulatory approval for a takeover last week.
Saturday 22 October 2005
Monday 17 October 2005
The moment a Queen's Guard soldier lost it and drew his gun at annoying tourist
Greece crisis: IMF was pushed around by Angela Merkel and Nicholas Sarkozy – and now it is being humiliated
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Pentagon accuses Russia of 'playing with fire' over nuclear threats towards Nato
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