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03rd July 2012

In his 2011 Booker Prize winning novella The Sense of an Ending, Julian Barnes wrote "if nostalgia means the powerful recollection of strong emotions - and a regret that such feelings are no longer present in our lives - then I plead guilty". Some things in life you can never get back, no matter read more ...

28th June 2012

The general opinion amongst most about the outcome of Sotheby’s Contemporary Art auction was that it was a reliable and respectable evening. While that is brilliant news for contemporary art – the strong sales of certain works suggesting that investors and collectors are all attuned to the critical read more ...

27th June 2012

With an eye always on delivering the unexpected, Tate Liverpool decided to make things particularly interesting with its latest major effort. Instead of just banding JMW Turner and Claude Monet together, which has actually been done before, the gallery decided to include Cy Twombly. While Claude read more ...

27th June 2012

Hermann Göring was a senior member of the Nazi Party, an ambitious politician who occupied a number of posts in government, most notably as commander-in-chief of the Luftwaffe, which was no surprise given his reputation as an "ace fighter pilot" during the First World War. He was also a keen read more ...

27th June 2012

It's fair to say that Edvard Munch is best remembered for The Scream, which is by no means a bad thing given how powerful a work it is (series of works to be more accurate), but as a new show at the Tate Modern in London opens, we are presented with an oeuvre that reveals a hidden depth to this read more ...

25th June 2012

Art of Another Kind, the name of a new exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, is a poetic nod to the 20th century French art critic Michel Tapie. The writer published a gripping book in 1952 entitled Un Art Autre, the English, of course, being "art of another kind". It documented and read more ...

25th June 2012

Wearing a suit, the man standing in front of Pablo Picasso’s Woman in a Red Chair at The Menil Collection, a museum in Houston, Texas, looks like a fairly respectable member of society. In some ways, he appears so unremarkable that he is near enough invisible, someone that you wouldn’t really read more ...

25th June 2012

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LAMA) has unveiled a new installation that is simply a chunky piece of rock weighing around 340 tons sitting on top of a crevice. Can a rock be art? Sure; one man's diamond is another man's rock. Sheldon Cooper, the socially dysfunctional fictional physicist read more ...

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