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Art on the Telly

“Picasso, Matisse, Hockney, Bourgeois, Freud; where did you first encounter the great art and artists of the last 100 years? Most likely on television, which has done more than any other medium to popularise the visual arts in Britain” This … Continue reading

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A Trip To Leeds

Honest! I didn’t know there was another landscape exhibition at the Leeds Art Gallery! I went to see the 1913 Exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute before it ends on February 17th, not to see more landscapes! Honest! The 1913 … Continue reading

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100 (or 20 of them, at least) for 2013

Today’s Seven in the Sunday Telegraph had “2013 – The 100 Things You Should Know”, a nine-page preview of the arts in 2013. It included theatre, TV, music, dance and so on, but I’m extracting the visual arts exhibitions. (As … Continue reading

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Is the Value of a Work of Art only its Monetary Value?

OK, I know the answer is a definite “no” but I asked myself this question this morning while reading the Daily Torygraph. There were three items about visual art (plus a photograph of a large painted poster in Cleethorpes based … Continue reading

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