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Marina Vaizey

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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

Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic, V&A review - nostalgic family fun

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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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The Book of Clarence review - larky jaunt through biblical e...

The Book of Clarence comes lumbered with the charge of being the new Life of Brian, an irreverent spoof of the life...

Lisa Kaltenegger: Alien Earths review - a whole new world

Our home planet orbits the medium-size star we call the Sun. There are unfathomably many more stars out there. We accepted that these are also...

Bell, Perahia, ASMF Chamber Ensemble, Wigmore Hall review -...

All three works in the second of this week’s Neville Marriner centenary concerts from the ensemble he founded vindicated their intention to reign...

An Actor Convalescing in Devon, Hampstead Theatre review - o...

One can often be made to feel old in the theatre. A hot take in a snappy 90 minutes (with video!) on the latest Gen Z obsession (...

First Persons: composers Colin Alexander and Héloïse Werner...

For tonight’s performance at Milton Court, the nuanced and delicate tones of strings, voices, harmonium and chamber organ will merge...

Album: Paraorchestra with Brett Anderson and Charles Hazlewo...

Death Songbook is, says Charles Hazlewood, founder, artistic director and conductor of Paraorchestra, an album of “music which is about...

Anthracite, Netflix review - murderous mysteries in the Fren...

Ludicrous plotting and a tangled skein of coincidences hold no terrors for the makers of this frequently baffling...

The Comeuppance, Almeida Theatre review - remembering high-s...

I’ve never been one for school reunions, but even if I had kept in touch with former classmates I think that American...