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Marina Vaizey was art critic for the Financial Times, then the Sunday Times, edited the Art Quarterly, has been a judge for the Turner Prize, and a trustee of several museums; books include 100 Masterpieces, The Artist as Photographer and Great Women Collectors. She's currently a freelance art critic and lecturer. This drawing of Marina as a character from Jane Austen is 40 years old.

Articles By Marina Vaizey

Reza Aslan: God - A Human History review - on being 'sapiens', and believing

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Lake Keitele: A Vision of Finland review, National Gallery - light-filled northern vistas

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Impressionists in London, Tate Britain review - from the stodgy to the sublime

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ArtReview Power 100 - an artist tops the list

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Cézanne Portraits, National Portrait Gallery review - eye-opening and heart-breaking

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Oliver Sacks: The River of Consciousness review - a luminous final collection of essays

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Chris Packham: Asperger's and Me, BBC Two review - 'like an alien from another planet'

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Niall Ferguson: The Square and the Tower review - of groups and power

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Henning Mankell: After the Fire review - of death and redemption

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Basquiat: Rage to Riches review, BBC Two – death rides an equine skeleton

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Claire Tomalin: A Life of My Own review - the biographer on herself

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Jasper Johns, Royal Academy review - a master of 50 shades

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Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum, BBC Four review - moving pictures

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John le Carré: A Legacy of Spies review - the master in twilight mood

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DVD: Every Picture Tells a Story

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Val McDermid: Insidious Intent review - dark and expert crime writing

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The Twilight Zone, Almeida Theatre review - from hokum to hu...

Director Richard Jones watched all 156 episodes of The Twilight Zone as research for this...

Schumann Street, Spitalfields Festival review - illumination...

An icy, wet wind snuck under the door of house number 8 in Fournier Street, where Uri Caine, bundled in coat and woolly hat, conjured...

Antony and Cleopatra, RSC, Barbican review - rising grandeur

Is there a key to “infinite variety”? The challenge of Cleopatra is to convey the sheer fullness of the role, the sense that it defines,...

theartsdesk on Vinyl 35: Christmas 2017 Special with Pink Fl...

The music business is about to disappear on holiday wholesale and we won’t see hide nor hair of it until mid-January. There’s just time for one...

Albums of the Year 2017: Idles - Brutalism

In March, Bristol’s Idles drove up and down the country, leaving painfully small quantities of their debut album Brutalism in each...

The Prince of Nothingwood review - come for the man, stay fo...

In the most unlikely of places, there is one of the world’s most prolific...

Chineke! Ensemble, RNCM, Manchester review - musical advocac...

The Chineke! Orchestra has won golden opinions for its ground-breaking work and musical achievement, and Manchester caught up to the extent of a...

DVD: A Journey Through French Cinema

Bertrand Tavernier’s trip through French cinema...

Bolshoi's controversial Nureyev ballet opens – to ovati...

Nureyev, the most notorious new production at the ...