Post Tagged with: "Royal Academy"

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

The Times –


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God bless its little cotton socks – has just been celebrating the triumphal return of the 1990s as a creative force. “Suddenly contemporary

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art” it crows, “was part of popular culture. The Royal Academy’s landmark Sensation show in 1997 was 301 Moved Permanently a turning point.” It was so indeed, but not exactly in the terms the article intends. Here […]

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Museums – our national genius

I may frequently express criticisms about


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their 301 Moved Permanently finer workings but British museums and galleries are generally superbly run. Heroic efforts are made to

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minimise the impact of funding cuts so that even regular visitors will notice little or no impact. From looking at the outward face of our museums you would never guess the country was in anything like the […]

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Manet at the Royal Academy

Seven years ago the Courtauld Institute mounted a thrilling exhibition by showing only two works by Manet.

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Admittedly they were both undoubted masterpieces, the Barmaid at the Folies Bergere of 1883 and
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The Luncheon from Munich of 1868. It demonstrated that an absorbing experience could be staged with the import of only one picture. We all know 301 Moved Permanently what a brilliant, […]