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Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art

The first major show staged on this theme, Into the Night features both famed and little-known sites of the avant-garde from the 1880s to the 1960s....

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Art Money July : British Landscape Painters Plateau at Sotheby’s

In the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition of 1808, J.M.W Turner made a rare misfire. British Landscape Painters Plateau at Sotheby’s: Trebuchet July Market Roundup...

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Art Money June : Unearthing Unseen Art

The International Art Market in June: Unearthing Unseen Art at London’s 20th Century Week and #MeToo Controversy at Art Basel...

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Jonesin’ For Home – Dale Watson Has A Sting In His Tail

Country music is a snake that started eating its own body. I suspect in that time, it will eat its own head. There’s no identity to the sound anymore. You used to know when you hit the Country...

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The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy

Andrew Edmunds deals in antique political prints. In this show at the Royal Academy, the works he shows stand up well to contemporary art and its political ambitions. ...

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Occupying: Les Enragés to Los Indignados

Occupying Space Across Time: Prof. Martin Lang investigates occupation from Les Enragés to Los Indignados...

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TRA: Pae Tee

Pae Tee: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2019...

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TRA: Membership

Membership: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2019...

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The ICA Present I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker

The exhibition will address ‘Kathy Acker’ as a still-unfolding cultural force, focusing on the diverse and disruptive character of the author’s work and persona....

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FORMAT19: FOREVER//NOW

The festival will look at how photography is evolving and moving ever forward, while keeping a curatorial eye on its past and how it is constantly reinterpreted....

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Paul Harfleet: The Pansy Project

Marking violence with disobedient acts of beauty. The Pansy Project. ...

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Lawrence English: Silent voices and listening posts

Broadly concerned with the politics of perception Lawrence English speaks...

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Making Space For Art?

Two art projects were launched into space yesterday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. If all goes well, they will settle into orbits around the Earth....

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#MeToo Makes Number Three in ArtReview Power 100

The #MeToo movement has sparked a rush of exhibitions in galleries and museums, many focusing solely on female artists in the past year. ...

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Degas: Passion For Perfection

Degas: Passion For Perfection uses the film medium to good effect, allowing the viewer to see the artist's process in action. ...

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Frieze Explores the Possibilities of Political Activism in Art-making

Frieze continues to be a key destination for collecting institutions around the world, enabling the entry of works by today’s most forward-thinking artists....

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Art on the Streets Exhibition

The posters invite the viewer to consider the role that visual activism can play in our everyday experience, highlighting the power of images to challenge and empower....

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Unknown Shakespeare Records Found

Previously unknown documents concerning William Shakespeare’s father John, discovered in The National Archives, throw new light on his son's early life and developing political views....

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John Dee and the Empire of Angels

Recommended to those wishing for an in-depth summation of a fascinating figure and general readers who want their hair blown back by a rollicking historical tale. ...

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Solidarity And Songwriting – Grace Petrie Interview Part 2

Sarah Corbett-Batson: To what extent do you feel that you’re preaching to the converted? Grace: What is the converted these days? I tell you, I can’t remember another time in my life that I’ve...

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Solidarity and Skittles – Grace Petrie Interview Part 1

Singer-songwriter Grace Petrie talks about her renewed faith in the Labour Party, queer politics and Skittles...

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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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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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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Girl With No Name

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the crusading socialist who just shocked American politics....

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Neo-Modernism: soul nourishing renaissance ?

Can we have another renaissance? why not, Neo-Modernism only needs its own Michelangelo to fuel a return to modernisms core values. ...

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A Taste of Dissent

Investigative journalist Abby Martin and the challenge of enquiry...

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Meta Modernity & The End of Postmodernity?

Meta Modernity is a contender to topple the stultifying epoch that is postmodernism or is it?...

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Alter-modern, Claiming a New Era

In 2009 at the Tate the concepts of 'Alter-modern' and 'relational aesthetics' were deployed to announce the end of postmodernity. ...

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The Rise of the Curator

New forms of power emerge all the time and for a while they escape criticism, but not forever!...

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The Ticking Bomb, Torture & the CIA

Don't be sucked into the false urgency of popular culture illustrations like 24, torture is wrong! ...

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