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Monday, June 24, 2019

Going. Going. Gone to W4rh0lF4nB0y.

It’s the beginning of a new month, and for students and those in employment this means one glorious thing: money. Suddenly my cup-a-soup lifestyle...

The Whitney Biennial

If the Whitney Biennial is meant to be a radar screen for the art world of the past two years – which is exactly...

David Hockney at the National Gallery

Some weeks ago I rather smugly marched past enormous queues of people desperate to get into the National Gallery’s exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci’s...

Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan

‘It’s a bit too busy for super small children,’ worried one father, hanging on to a sticky-palmed toddler among the crowds thronging this year’s...

The End of Museums?

Google’s latest venture, taking Street View to the Gallery, has been the topic of numerous articles, blogs and editorials that can only equal the...

Abolished but not abandoned: Slavery close to home

“Slavery can feel so distant as it does not affect us or anyone we know. Yet, we are unknowingly so close to what is happening.”

A dying artform?

With the Internet as an increasingly dominant forum for the distribution of music, what is to become of the album artwork that graced the...

Rule Britannia?

The Tate Britain recently opened a new show called ‘Migrations’, a title which immediately evokes general images of travelling, and specifically of travelling to...