Vanessa Winship & Dorothea Lange at the Barbican Centre

Artefacts take mysterious meanings, and the monochromatic treatment of the rest of the exhibition breaks free into vibrant colours and ideas that may point to new departures in the photographer's...

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Get Yer Tankards Out – Cambridge Folk Festival 2018 Is Close Enough To Taste

Cambridge Folk Festival 2018surely must be one of the most friendly and entertaining festivals on the calendar....

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Exclusive: Who Are P ^ S S E N G E R S?

Deep in the bowels of Lancashire, something stirs. Who are P ^ S S E N G E R S ("Passengers") and what do they want from honest, hard working people like you and me?...

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Unleash The Tyraid

Underground Hip-Hop maverick Roqy Tyraid is returning to UK shores for a full headline run this August. So, what's he got in store for this side of the Atlantic?...

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Contemporary Artists’ Drawings at The Drawing Room

hy do drawings matter? Commenting on his education as an artist at The Slade School of Fine Art in the seventies, restaurant critic, tv presenter, foreign correspondent, novelist, and sometime Call...

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A New Figurative Art

Presenting a large number of iconic works, this exhibition explores a crucial phase of Italian art history that remains little-known outside its native country. ...

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Is Facebook Perpetuating Existing Social Inequalities?

New analysis helps to explain the ways that Facebook, and likely all social media, are not representative of the broader population....

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Jankrowville, Walking Between Worlds

In urban slang or MLE (mixed London English) as it’s come to be known the term Jankrowville means an undesirable or dangerous place, we may be living in one....

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Bill Viola and Michelangelo at the Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts announced a ground-breaking exhibition starting in January 2019. In a first for the Royal Academy, video artist Bill Viola will be combining 12 of his works with 15 pieces...

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Mr. Big Flies To Milan

Mr. Big return with a(nother) live album, but this one's special - it's founder Pat Torpey's final bow with them before his death earlier this year....

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Heroes Sometimes Let You Down

Fraggle casts a critical eye on newcomers to the Finnish Metal tradition Heroes Don't Ask Why, and their new release 'Sound Of A Broken Heart'...

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Body Count Hit London – Locked And Loaded

 he full might of pump action Cop Killers Body Count was about to be unleashed on London town and the night was gently lubed up with two very pleasant and unexpected musical treats. We put our black...

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YZ: Street Artist Makes Image for New French Stamps

President Macron has selected an image for a new set of French stamps designed by YZ, a Franco-British street artist whose work celebrates strong women....

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Marie-Louise von Motesiczky at the Freud Museum

Like the Freuds, Marie- Louise and her mother fled Austria immediately after the Anschluss in 1938. They arrived in England in 1940 where they spent the rest of their lives....

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Of Art, Cultural Heritage, and Human Harm

Should we risk lives to save cultural heritage? n Tuesday 17th July 2018 Professor Derek Matravers gave his inaugural lecture, ‘Heritage in War: Protecting Cultural Property and Human Harm.’ The...

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Metal Guru, Is It You?

Hariprasad Chaurasia - The Bansuri Guru, Islington Assembly Halls on 17th June 2018....

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Cambridge Folk Festival 2018 Is On The Shimmering Horizon

Trebuchet could not countenance summer without the Cambridge Folk Festival. At the curational helm of 2018’s vaunted cross-pollination with Newport folk fest is Rhiannon Giddens, whose Baez-like...

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Cured Meats Found to Exacerbate Bipolar Disorder

An analysis of more than 1,000 people with and without psychiatric disorders has shown that nitrates in processed meats may contribute to manic episodes....

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Delusion and Fragile Knowledge: Take Shelter

Take Shelter boasts an insidious dread throughout, the tension building to near unbearable levels in this effective portrait of the deterioration of mental health. ...

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Aftermath, Art In Troubled Times

The art of the inter war period is strangely relevant, brutality, banality and morons everywhere. ...

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When Godsmack’s Legend Stagnates

So just how much have seminal Nu-Metallers Godsmack phoned it in with latest release 'When Legends Rise'?...

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Horton (Heat), That’s Some Show!

Reverend Horton Heat brings his whiskey-soaked drawl to London for a rare UK show....

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First prize winner of the John Moores Painting Prize 2018

The winner of the prestigious first prize in 2018 is Jacqui Hallum with her painting King and Queens of Wands....

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Fracturing Reality Cubism & Perception

The conscious, deliberate dissociation and recombination of elements into a new artistic entity....

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Painting and Research in the University

Jo Volley's 'Research Art' at Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone ...

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Evolution, Religion and Art

Little has changed in the stand-off between religion and science, we might be tempted to think....

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The Game of Deception Detection

The most adept deceivers often don't present signs, impeding the average observer's ability to tell when someone is lying. Those detection skills can be improved with one hour of training....

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What Do You Think Of My Sparkly Gun?

Cut from unprecedented access to 500 hours of jihadi footage, extraordinary documentary Path of Blood is a startling, powerful experience....

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Neo Futurist Collective

Following Marinetti is a big ask the man called the caffine of Europe would surely approve of the publicity though. ...

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Is The Trump Blimp a Guaranteed Backfire?

A grotesque caricature will be flying into London and another flying over it. ...

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