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Martin Lang: Against life drawing

Advocating life drawing at art school is a deeply conservative and reactionary position. Arguments in favour of life drawing usually fall into one of two camps (or


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sometimes both). I am

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utterly unconvinced by both. The first, and weaker, argument contends that 404 Not Found it is necessary to 404 Not Found learn the rules before you can break them. This is an […]

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Laura Gascoigne: Crime Without Punishment

In May, policemen with shovels moved in again


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on 79-year-old mobster Robert Gentile’s Connecticut ranch. It’s the third time they’ve searched the property and the second time they’ve dug it up in the hope of finding the 13 masterpieces, including Rembrandt’s Storm

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on the Sea of Galilee, stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston 404 Not Found in 1990. A few […]

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The way we are now – why ‘avant garde’ is now an obsolete term

The Times – God bless

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its little cotton socks – has just been celebrating the triumphal
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return of the 1990s as 404 Not Found a creative force. “Suddenly contemporary art” it crows, “was part of popular culture. The Royal Academy’s landmark Sensation show in 1997 was a turning point.” It was so indeed, but not exactly in the terms the article intends. Here […]

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Selling England by the pound

Today John Constable’s The Lock, painted in 1824, sold at Christie’s for £22.4 million. In the current art market of silly prices some lucky person got the bargain of their lives. Let us hope 404 Not Found the picture will be placed in


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a museum, where people

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might enjoy it, instead of disappearing into a Swiss warehouse as the investment bauble of some […]