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Friday 07 June 2013
Friday 31 May 2013
Imperial War Museum, London
Friday 24 May 2013
V&A Museum, London
Friday 17 May 2013
The Booker Prize-winner The Remains of the Day is Kazuo Ishiguro's most famous novel, but An Artist of the Floating World is his one book that I re-read at least once a year.
Tuesday 14 May 2013
There is something curiously lacklustre about much of this show. Why? It is not that the majority of these representational portraits – there are more than 200 of them in all - are not good examples of their kind.
Monday 13 May 2013
Tate Britain has put on show two newly discovered works by Britain’s earliest professional female painter for the first time, as part of a radical rehang of its collection.
Saturday 11 May 2013
Things are looking up – the first Chagall UK show in 15 years
Wednesday 01 May 2013
Stephen Dodgson composed music in most forms, though his more than 40 scores including guitar ensured him a specialist following among guitarists. His First Guitar Concerto, written in 1956 for Julian Bream and played by a teenage John Williams, was set for popularity, but tended to be eclipsed by Malcolm Arnold's Concerto, which Bream introduced soon afterwards.
Friday 26 April 2013
A suspenseful coming-of-age novel about 'other' realms buried in the known world
Saturday 20 April 2013
Influenced by Matisse and Léger, inspired by science, maths and architecture, an enduring Lebanese artist gets her deserved retrospective
Friday 19 April 2013
The Colony Room Club in Dean Street closed its doors in 2008, but Sophie Parkin's engrossing, 300-page portrait of it brings that small, smelly, green upstairs bar-room into vivid life again. Opened in 1948, and presided over by Muriel Belcher, a bisexual Brummie, it was “far away from the maddeningly normal crowds outside.”
Friday 05 April 2013
Friday 05 April 2013
'When I put Mark Wallinger and Bob & Roberta Smith on a pair of elephants'
Tuesday 02 April 2013
With his shock of curly blonde hair and cherubic smile little Johnny Hill stood out from the crowds of holidaymakers on Blackpool's promenade in the summer of 1924.
Friday 29 March 2013
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