fri 22/03/2019

Katherine Waters

Articles By Katherine Waters

Yxng Bane, Brixton Academy review - all the fam on stage

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Kamasi Washington, Brixton Academy review - reaching transcendence

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Sadie Jones: The Snakes review - lacking feeling

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The Lady from the Sea, Print Room at the Coronet review - freedom to choose?

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Chloe Aridjis: Sea Monsters review - a teenage bestiary

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Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, Victoria & Albert Museum - sumptuous

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Fausto Melotti: Counterpoint, Estorick Collection review - harmonious things

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Magda Szabó: Katalin Street review - love after life

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Edward Burne-Jones, Tate Britain review - time for a rethink?

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Oceania, Royal Academy review - magnificent encounters

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Lavinia Greenlaw: In the City of Love’s Sleep review - curated lives

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I object, British Museum review - censorship, accidental?

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The Human Voice, Gate Theatre review - unrelenting and sad

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Olga Tokarczuk: Drive Your Plow over the Bones of the Dead review - on vengeful nature

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Annie Ernaux: The Years, review - time’s flow

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Roderic O’Conor and the Moderns, National Gallery of Ireland review - experiments in Pont-Aven

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