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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 ...

22nd June 2012

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) has been named museum of the year by the Art Fund charity. Based in Exeter, the museum was applauded for the extensive renovation work it has undergone, which cost £24 million, 60 per cent more than was originally forecast. Reopened in December 2011, the read more ...

21st June 2012

It's always good to test one's mettle – that way you know what works for you, what doesn't and what changes need to be made before you embark on whatever test, trial or trip it is you're working towards. In preparation for the well-known Ironman UK triathlon next month, a group of injured read more ...

19th June 2012

A new exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is a thunderstorm of a show that takes us back to the beginning of some of the earliest works of art in Egypt. The Met has assembled a captivating collection of 180 works that were produced in the predynastic and early dynastic periods of read more ...

18th June 2012

Neanderthals get a hard time. The noun is used as an adjective in a derisory way when chosen to belittle and demean a man, to argue that he is lacking in sophistication, elegance and grace. To be abrupt, such a man is viewed as being uncivilised. However right such an assertion might be of an read more ...

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