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PRIEGEL ONLINE: Anyone wondering why Chancellor Angela Merkel is so popular with German voters may find some answers in an unlikely place this week.
THE KOREAN NEWS: Looking at Colombian artist Fernando Botero's paintings and sculptures, it's easy to conclude that his subjects tend to be overweight.
THE KOREAN TIMES: Fans may still remember her as the feisty and cute Jan-di who captured the heart of F4 leader Jun-pyo in the hit drama ``Boys Over Flowers.'' But there's more to Koo Hye-sun than just acting.
Artists taking the lead is the most ambitious and wide ranging art commission in the UK and is being developed by Arts Council England, in partnership with London 2012 and the arts councils of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Arts and humanities 'indispensable' to British culture, says Minister
Winner Announced in DK Eyewitness Travel PhotoBritain Competition.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea announce the appointment of Di Robson as event producer for their spectacular 2012 Cultural Olympiad event.
Verity Haines, National Arts Director, Arts & Business comments on NCA's Arts Manifesto for the next General Election.
New commissioning prize for an outdoor sculpture at the heart of London’s Spitalfields.
VIETNAM NEWS: Farmers created Dong Ho traditional wood block prints in the past to express their lives and dreams.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: THE painter Terry Winters first came upon James Ensor’s “Tribulations of Saint Anthony” in the mid-1960s as a teenage art student wandering through the Museum of Modern Art.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: In the 1970s and ’80s, chances were good that anyone traveling the New York subways rode at least once in a car emblazoned with “Iz the Wiz.”
london. Two late Picasso “musketeers” painted a day apart exactly 40 years ago—both titled Homme à l’épée, 1969—dominated the impressionist and modern sales held at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in London on 23 and 24 June.
CITYLIFE: A CELEBRATION of multiculturalism and a nod of congratulations to the latest arrivals in Greater Manchester, the new exhibition at Contact Theatre is about as feel-good as art exhibitions come.
CITYLIFE: IF you’re heading down to Shrewsbury this summer, be prepared for quite a beast. That’s the Strandbeest, who goes by the name of Umerus.
THIS IS LONDON: East 17 star Brian Harvey takes centre stage at student's Royal Academy show
THIS IS LONDON: Parents will be warned that part of a new show at the Hayward Gallery is unsuitable for children and under-18s because of hardcore pornography.
THE IRISH NEWS: More than a painting
SCENE 360: I think what intrigues me more about Rosemarie Fiore’s artwork is the actual “technique.”
BBC: Graffiti artist Banksy has pulled off an audacious stunt amid tight secrecy to stage his biggest ever exhibition.
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