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I spent four days in seven at my old job working for the BBC, and one day a week helping with the Miss Jones ready-to-wear collection in a basement near Covent Garden. There couldn’t have been a greater contrast between those two worlds.
As with this museum before the two-year overhaul, the more it shows, the less it adds up to and the more muddled is the overall story it tells.
Thinking of running a creative business? Need some advice? We talk to two experts in the field.
Sean Holmes starts his tenure at the Lyric Hammersmith by announcing the appointment of four new Artistic Associates to work with him on his artistic policy and programming.
After $360 million of renovations, the gloomy fortress housing Alice Tully Hall and the Juilliard School in New York has gained light and sparkle.
Edinburgh Festival Theatre’s £2 million extension scheme has been given the green light by the local authority.
The Mumbai shanty town featured in the film Slumdog Millionaire offers a better model than does western architecture for ways to house a booming urban population in the developing world, Prince Charles said yesterday.
Design innovations are showing that houses - and cars - can have flexible shapes.
The injections of cultural cash in Tuesday's federal budget are being hailed by many in the arts community as a landmark moment showing national politicians' heightened attention to the arts. But complaints about what was left out remain widespread.
Britain has bestowed its ultimate architectural honour on Alvaro Siza - even though he hasn't built a thing in this country. Jonathan Glancey travels to Portugal to meet a master.
New director outlines his plans to focus on New York Met's own collections.
London College of Fashion is proud to present the work of over 80 future fashion industry professionals at the prestigious Mall Galleries, Pall Mall.
The UK’s largest international art and antiques fair, and the essential London event of the season, brings together 250 of the world’s best dealers and galleries of fine art and antiques.
The trust is attempting to raise funds to protect and share the home of the African poet, a modest Lambeth house boasting one of the most extraordinary interiors in Britain.
The Venice Architecture Biennale imagines bold new living spaces.
How does the Art Gallery of Ontario compare with Frank Gehry's other works?
Last year’s crash may have halted a mighty transformation of the New York skyline, though Alice Tully Hall is among the welcome fruits of the boom that New York will enjoy in 2009 and beyond.
Economic reality is making companies think anew about design - and restaurants are among the most visible results.
The French government has allocated an extra €100m to the ministry of culture to spend on arts and museums.
The federal cultural budget of Germany has been increased—the fourth time in a row—by 3.5%, reaching €1.14bn in 2009.
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