The Telegraph : art
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Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years, Holburne Museum, review: punk pottery’ that pairs the Queen with castrated cross-dressing men  16h00 19 janvier
Alastair Smart
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The Age of Turmoil, Hastings Contemporary, review: staring into a cloudy, smoke-filled abyss  15h57 17 janvier
Robert Weinberg
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John Walker review, Ikon Gallery: bold experiments from the man who might have changed the course of British art (but didn’t)  14h30 05 décembre
Cal Revely-Calder
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Cars: Accelerating the Modern World review, V&A: nimbly straddles both the serious and light-hearted lanes  00h01 20 novembre
Cal Revely-Calder
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Anselm Kiefer, White Cube, review: not quite touching the void  12h02 19 novembre
Cal Revely-Calder
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Derek Jarman, PROTEST , Irish Museum of Modern Art, review: a radiant tribute to a persecuted life  17h00 14 novembre
Cal Revely-Calder
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Year 3 Project, review: Steve McQueen’s school photos are epic in scale but small in impact  07h00 05 novembre
Chris Harvey
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What did George IV ever do for us?  07h00 31 octobre
Matthew Dennison
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Lucian Freud Self-Portraits review, Royal Academy: self-scrutiny that was brutal - and stunning  17h30 22 octobre
Alastair Smart
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Pre-Raphaelite Sisters, National Portrait Gallery, review: the great women behind the Brotherhood finally take centre stage  14h11 18 octobre
Lucy Davies
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George Stubbs: ’all done from Nature’ review, MK gallery - a revelatory tribute to the missing link between the Renaissance and Damien Hirst  11h22 09 octobre
Robert Weinberg
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Inspired by the East review, British Museum: a colourful but disorienting return to Orientalism  23h01 07 octobre
Alastair Smart
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Into the Night, review, Barbican: seductive proof of the creativity that accompanied cabaret  13h55 04 octobre
Lucy Davies
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Frieze London review, Regent’s Park: the fine art of hobnobbing and showing off  13h50 03 octobre
Alastair Sooke
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Forget the bodies, it’s Gormley’s abstract art that make this worth a visit - Royal Academy, review  19h00 16 septembre
Lucy Davies