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Wednesday 15 January 2014
Google has celebrated the 255th anniversary of the British Museum with a Doodle on its search page.
Thursday 02 January 2014
They come in all shapes and sizes and range from discreet to eye-catching orange calfskin. With one of these diaries, you need never miss an appointment
Monday 30 December 2013
Friday 06 December 2013
'I was extending an ever-present engagement with the creation of shadow'
Sunday 24 November 2013
The national appetite for art and art spaces seems insatiable. When Tate Modern was unveiled in 2000, two million annual visits were expected; today more than five million visitors a year pour through its Thames-side doors.
Monday 18 November 2013
The transformation of Tate Britain’s core building will seem effortless to many
Monday 18 November 2013
The latest makeover won’t make Tate Britain 'cool', but it has become far more welcoming and architecturally elegant
Sunday 27 October 2013
Autumnal gloom may be descending, but cinematically there are manifold reasons to be cheerful, as the studios stem the stream of comic-book blockbusters (next week’s Thor sequel excepted) and wheel out their prestige fare on the hunt for some of next year’s Oscars.
Sunday 20 October 2013
With every Cabinet reshuffle it’s a while before new incumbents make their mark. And so it is in the world of dance. Big changes at the top – the Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, and Scottish Ballet all gained new directors last year – are only now beginning to register, as long-laid production plans come to fruition.
Sunday 06 October 2013
Benjamin Britten dominates programming in the weeks before the centenary of his birth next month. This Saturday, at the Royal Festival Hall, Vladimir Jurowski conducts the London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra in the War Requiem. Soloists include quintessential Britten tenor Ian Bostridge.
Friday 04 October 2013
93-year-old man earns arts degree from Open University
Thursday 26 September 2013
Huge wooden warship dubbed the Norse 'weapon of mass destruction' at the centre of new exhibition dispelling 'fluffy bunny' scholarship on Vikings
Wednesday 25 September 2013
Zaha Hadid's new creation is unveiled tomorrow. It shows how to update but not upstage a revered building, says Jay Merrick
Tuesday 10 September 2013
Yeo says he hopes the painting reflects 'the slight paradox of someone with enormous power yet vulnerability and youth at the same time'
Sunday 08 September 2013
Australia: so much to see, so far to travel. Hence the most satisfying thing about this autumn's calendar is news that a bunch of top curators have edited 200 years of the nation's art and are delivering it to our doorsteps for £14 a ticket. Australia at the Royal Academy, London (21 Sept to 8 Dec), features work by settlers and indigenous people and, best of all, includes four paintings from Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly series, the source of much mythology and fame.
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