sun 16/06/2019

Francis Bacon

theartsdesk in Dublin: UNESCO City of Literature and Treasury of Art

Calatrava's Samuel Beckett Bridge: 'Like a gigantic, elegant Irish harp lolling on its side, the arcing strings catching the Atlantic breeze'

The Celtic Tiger ran rampant through Ireland during the boom years of 1995-2007 when national institutions expanded their collections, galleries popped up and collectors, buyers and artists had a rare time. With literature, the new young Chick Lit...

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Eadweard Muybridge, Tate Britain

Multiple images of silhouetted horses cantering against blank backgrounds in grids of movement are what most people associate with Eadward Muybridge. Made in the late 1880s, they have contributed to his lasting reputation as a pioneer of photography...

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Frieze Week: Art, Parties, People

If there is one thing which I should impress upon you about the Frieze Art Fair, it is do not believe what anyone else says (a good principle for reviewing generally): go and see it yourself this weekend. It is a great day out: Regent’s Park is...

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