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This spring the Dean is showing the works of four Scottish painters: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, John Bellany, Alan Davie and Anne Redpath, all artists of the post-second world war period.
The National Gallery complex on Edinburgh’s Mound is the capital’s top free visitor attraction. Walk through Playfair’s stripped classical, red sandstone portico, bear left and there, occupying an entire wall in a gallery of monster canvases each doing the same, you will come face to face with £50 million worth of Titian.
Selling parts of a collection to cover museum operating costs would be illegal under a bill introduced in the New York State Legislature late Tuesday afternoon.
After high-profile protests against women in pubs and an anti-Valentine's Day campaign, Hindu nationalists in India are taking aim at another target - the unlikely figure of Charlie Chaplin.
So you want a career in the creative arts... but where do you start? Should you jump straight in or take a formal qualification first? And what kind of qualification? There are lots of decisions to be made – we flag up a few of the key issues.
It feels as if it was conceived in a bygone age — but it is all the more magnificent for it.
A NORTH-EAST arts group yesterday marked the 50th birthday of the world’s best-loved doll by announcing a day-long event featuring contributions from a real-life Barbie and a leading plastic surgeon.
AN ARTIST who recently returned from Hong Kong has unveiled a colourful month-long exhibition of paintings at a north-east community cafe and gallery.
Presented by Alternative Arts, Sponsored by Rescue Cream, providing inner calm on the catwalk, Hammerson and the Spitalfields Estate.
Marking a ground breaking development in Post Pop Art, Young British Artist Stuart Semple launches his much awaited first New York solo show exploring the disintegration of mass culture at Anna Kustera gallery.
Playing the role of a Hue native in the film Trang Noi Day Gieng (Moon at the Bottom of the Well), Hong Anh won a best actress award at the 5th Dubai International Film Festival held December 11-18 last year.
It’s a fine line between brittle and breakable. Jane Fonda blurs that distinction to memorable effect in “33 Variations,” the new drama written and directed by Moisés Kaufman that opened on Monday night at the Eugene O’Neill Theater.
Sharjah’s Department of Culture and Information will host the 9th Sharjah Biennial from March 16 until May 16 2009.
Kilrea artist Adrian Margey will be opening his ninth solo exhibition at the Magherabuoy House Hotel, Portrush next weekend (Friday 13th – Monday 16th March) with a collection of contemporary and traditional artwork depicting Irish life, landmarks and traditions.
Curators of an exhibition by painter John Constable have made fresh discoveries about two portraits.
Prize-winnings totaling 39,000 € will be awarded. The winners will also receive the "Carrasquito" statue, which is in the shape of the festival logo.
Events surrounding the launch of the FORMAT09 International Photography Festival in Derby are selling fast.
Collaboration Transmission aims to link students of art academies, university cultural departments, or independent organisations, to collaborate through the space of transmission.
10 museums across the nation compete for the UK's biggest arts prize of £100,000.
What better way to celebrate International Women's Day than to paint the female form live?
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