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If you’re into visually digging deep into the tabloid fillers of back in the day, ‘Behind The Scenes’ is the place for you to be and see.
The race is on to find UK's first ‘City of Culture’ for 2013.
A new action plan to tackle the increasing skills crisis across the heritage and contemporary craft sector has been launched today at a special event at the House of Lords.
The Arts Council launched a free on-line guide to the vast and diverse mix of activities, shows, exhibitions and performances that it supports around the country.
Arts Council England announces new structure that will save £6.5 million a year.
New commissioning prize for an outdoor sculpture at the heart of London’s Spitalfields.
THE AUSTRALIAN: ARTHUR Roe collects art. He started pursuing his passion in earnest about nine years ago and now has a vast collection featuring some of Australia's finest abstract and indigenous artists.
THE SCOTSMAN: THE Wilson twins have brought their unique artistic vision to the film Kubrick never made, they tell Moira Jeffrey
WALES ONLINE: When it was revealed that artist Sue Williams was using public money to take mouldings of women’s buttocks, it sparked uproar.
WALES ONLINE: GALLERIES in London, New York and Tokyo are charging thousands of pounds for works by a young Welsh artist whose images of Wales evoke memories of the late Sir Kyffin Williams.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: A biennial which “produces the unlikely” and where “impossible things can happen” is how Hans Ulrich Obrist, co-director of the Serpentine gallery, describes the Manchester International Festival (MIF) which opened last weekend.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Leading Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s activism has finally provoked the Chinese authorities to act against him. His studio is being staked out by plainclothes police, and last month the artist’s popular blog on Sina.com was deleted, as well as his commentaries on China’s version of Twitter.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Old master paintings sold solidly at a series of auctions in London this week, out-performing the summer’s impressionist, modern and contemporary sales for the first time in several years.
SPIEGEL ONLINE: With dramatic tales of secret police, spies and attempts at escape, it can be difficult to get a clear picture of everyday life in the former East Germany.
THE ORLANDO SENTINEL: When Thomas Thorspecken sits down to paint, he's hoping people won't notice. After all, he's usually the least obtrusive person in the room — not the one who's belly dancing, or modeling vintage clothes, or walking on stilts.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: If Richard Avedon took your picture, it meant that you were too famous to ignore or too ignorant to know he was famous.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: LONDON. The Grosvenor House Art and Antiques Fair, London’s grandest and most traditional art fair, is closing down after 75 years.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD: Rare portraits of Sixties rock stars showing how pop influenced the style of a decade will go on show this autumn.
THE IRISH TIMES: HE came close to winning, but Ian Cumberland just missed out on the top prize in the year’s most prestigious portrait competition.
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