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Iconic poster receives official recognition through prestige of international design award.
The winner, Archi Ram, was among three finalists short-listed from well over 100 entries, and his work will now be sold at artrepublic’s Brighton and Soho galleries.
THE LONDON TELEGRAPH: Art works looted by the Nazis could be returned to Holocaust survivors and their descendants under plans by ministers.
THE LONDON TELEGRAPH: The Israeli-born Ron Arad, one of Britain's most prominent designers, is about to mount a major new exhibition in Mayfair.
THE INDEPENDENT: When art conservators joined hands to restore two rare portraits of Shakespeare they thought they were removing paint daubed on the canvases more than 100 years after the Bard's death to reveal "authentic" portraits beneath.
THE GUARDIAN: I overheard someone say they had come to this exhibition by mistake because the poster, with a red-fleshed muscular hero wrestling a giant blue carp, looked contemporary. I had thought the same thing.
THE GUARDIAN: 'A very moving, extraordinary moment': Jonathan Glancey reveals the tale behind the tapestry as Picasso's Guernica returns to Whitechapel Art Gallery.
THE MOSCOW TIMES: In uncertain times for art and the world at large, nothing is safe from speculation and doubt -- but doubt is not a word you associate with Francois Pinault. The 73-year-old's portfolio includes, luxury brands from Gucci to Yves Saint Laurent, a 100% stake in Christie's, the Chateau-Latour vineyard in Bordeaux and a palace in Venice to display his colossal art collection.
The Jerwood Sculpture Prize presents the maquettes of 8 short listed artists at Jerwood Space. Among the initial submission of 120 artists, 8 sculptors were selected for exhibition, armed with fascinating statements and scale models.
Sketchbooks in Schools: supporting creativity for teachers and pupils.
Glasgow Art Fair organizers have announced details of the event’s popular talks programme, Talking Art.
Welcome to the Real World - Short Stories by Dominik Klimowski.
THE DAILY STAR BEIRUT: Working in a small country, wedged into a tortured corner of a troubled region, has its pros and cons. Any Lebanese artist could tell you as much. Certainly, the psychic dislocations arising from sectarian clashes, car-bombings and cultural hybridity bred of boomerang global migration provide lots of fodder for artistic production.
TIMES: One of the perks of being a theater critic, in those dog days of the season when you find yourself struggling to sit through the latest Chekhov revival or pretentious little comedy about tightly wound New York singles, is the Broadway-musical revival.
Despite the sign there are no paths, only grassed banks and ramps, so this interactive sculpture is only good until it gets worn out.
There will be a range of exciting events as part of the FORMAT09 International Photography Festival in Derby.
On Friday, 27 February, the presentation of this year's Richard and Rosemary Wakelin Purchase Award will take place at Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea.
QUAD, Derby’s new centre for art and film, is offering a chance for people to have their say about art in the next ‘Art:Debate’ session, which will be held on Thursday 12th March.
The professional finalists and amateur winners of the 2009 Sony World Photography Awards are announced today, Tuesday 17 March.
Four diverse and unique programmes to bring learning, culture and sport together, and engage with thousands of artists and volunteers will celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games as part of the Legacy Trust UK’s Scottish Project.
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