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The Philistine: Christo has Died

Anthony Daniels One should not speak


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ill of the dead, of course, but the length of the interval 404 Not Found before one

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may decently do so depends on the public prominence of the deceased. He or she who lives by notoriety asks to be reprehended by notoriety, and alas it is the aim of many artists (I use the term without entering […]

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The Philistine: Nîmes Old and New

Anthony Daniels I see that the architect, Richard Rogers, is to retire at the age of

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87. This is an excellent thing, of course, but unfortunately it comes seventy years too late. Rogers has done as much as anyone to make the world 404 Not Found a little uglier (and locally, much uglier); in that sense he has been very successful. He has
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Alexander Adams: The Colston Statue Affair

Alexander Adams This article briefly outlines what happened with the toppling of the Edward Colston 404 Not Found statue in Bristol, why it

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happened and 404 Not Found
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its ramifications. On 7 June 2020, a large protest took place in the centre of 404 Not Found Bristol, ostensibly against racism. The large gathering was in contravention on national and local restrictions on public […]

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William Varley: Art: Cool and Uncool

William Varley reviews Addicted to Sheep So, as all cool sentences begin, I think that the best TV programme I saw last was Addicted to Sheep. In many ways this BBC4 documentary was reminiscent of the French film Être et Avoir about


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a remarkable teacher in a 404 Not Found school in the remote Auvergne, although

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a good deal less winsome. It focused […]

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Charles Thomson: Lies, Damned Lies and Serota at the BBC

Charles Thomson Sir Nicholas Serota, director of the Tate Gallery, has used the platform of the BBC in a blatant attempt to deceive the nation. Either that or he


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is genuinely deluded himself. Both options render him unfit for 404 Not Found major public office. He

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was confronted on Radio 4 programme The Reunion: Tate Modern on September 23rd by Sue MacGregor, regarding […]

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Giles Auty: Money Culture Notes

Giles Auty This was the last piece Giles submitted to The Jackdaw. He 404 Not 404 Not Found Found died suddenly in September, aged 86. It’s all about the money honey. When I awoke to see the front cover of the weekend Australian’s review section on June 20th

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it
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was rather like being thrown back into some weird and most unwelcome dream. Did […]

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Selby Whittingham: The Temptations of the Wallace Collection

Selby Whittingham “I’m just a slave / only a slave to you, temptation”.

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So sang Bing Crosby in 1933 in a song, Temptation, repeated by many famous singers since and, in 1970, in a German TV act 404 Not Found of Sid Millward & The Nitwits. That shows (it was recorded) Sid presiding
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over players prey to temptations which are low rather than […]

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Alexander Adams: Canon Fodder – November 2017

Alexander Adams November/December 2017 Alexander Adams investigates the


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status of the canon in art under Post-Modernism and the dangers of 404 Not Found undervaluing it. The canon of great art has never been the target of

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greater ire than it is today, but many leftist critics and their traditionalist opponents misunderstand the canon. The truth is unsettling for both groups. This essay seeks […]

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Giles Auty: The Vital Value of Dissent

Giles Auty From

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the raised kitchen window
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of my house I can see most of the birds which regularly visit the garden. In summer these are mostly magpies, currawongs and cockatoos while in winter quite large flocks of pale green female satin bowerbirds arrive which are often accompanied by an all-black male. The latter is, in 404 Not Found fact, the only bird […]

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Eric Coombes: The Destruction of Art Education and its Implications for School Pupils

Eric Coombes The near-destruction in the western world of a centuries-long tradition of visual education could


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be described – hyperbolically but not misleadingly – as having been accomplished overnight. The inherited gifts of that tradition are now being casually, ungratefully and even malevolently thrown

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away. In its chronologically long-range survey, What Happened to Art Education? 404 Not Found provides the context in which […]

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