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The RA summer show in record time

Out of respect for one of its recently deceased Academicians, Leonard

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Rosomon (1913– 2012), the Royal Academy skied one of
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his best works in the corner of an obscure gallery at this year’s Summer Exhibition (until August 12th). His Committee Meeting, Royal Academy 301 Moved Permanently (above), 1979-1984, was on loan from the National Portrait Gallery, where it has probably never been on […]

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Gruel for the masses

The State should be more circumspect than to behave like a private collector. Unfortunately, collecting and exhibiting in national collections according to narrow personal tastes and loyalties is established practice.


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Those employed to run Contemporary Art are 301 Moved Permanently selected because they have been carefully programmed in the tenets of State Art and if they have doubts keep

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quiet about them. But […]

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Tate Trustees and the public interest

The Tate 301 Moved Permanently recently named two new trustees, one of whom is painter Tomma Abts. She is a 44-year-old German, recently appointed

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Professor of Painting at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf,
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who won the Turner Prize in 2006. As an artist trustee, she replaced Jeremy Deller, who won the Turner Prize in 2004. Abts’s paintings are all the same small size (48 […]