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Sarah Kent

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Sarah was the visual arts editor art of Time Out, the ICA’s Director of Exhibitions, has served on Turner Prize and other juries, and has written catalogues for the Hayward, ICA, Saatchi Gallery, White Cube and Haunch of Venison and books such as Shark-Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 90s.

Articles By Sarah Kent

Imagine... Rachel Whiteread: Ghosts in the Room, BBC Two review - making memories solid

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Rose Wylie: Quack Quack, Serpentine Gallery - anarchy at 83

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The Machines of Steven Pippin, The Edge, University of Bath review - technology as poetry

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Red Star Over Russia, Tate Modern review – fascinating history in a nutshell

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Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Tate Modern review – funny, moving and revelatory

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Basquiat: Boom for Real, Barbican review - the myth explored

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Rachel Whiteread, Tate Britain review – exceptional beauty

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Final Portrait review - utterly convincing portrayal of an artist at work

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Trajal Harrell: Hoochie Koochie, Barbican review - flamboyant and mesmerising

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Rose Finn-Kelcey: Life, Belief and Beyond, Modern Art Oxford review - revelation and delight

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Portraying a Nation, Tate Liverpool review – an inspired juxtaposition

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The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger review - voyages round a giant

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Fahrelnissa Zeid, Tate Modern review - rediscovering a forgotten genius

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A Handful of Dust, Whitechapel Gallery review - grime does pay

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Grayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! Serpentine Gallery

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Geta Bratescu, Camden Arts Centre

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Monteverdi Vespers, La Nuova Musica, Bates, Wigmore Hall rev...

I last heard Monteverdi’s Vespers of the Blessed Virgin, published in 1610, at Garsington Opera as the summer light of the Chilterns...

albatross., Playground Theatre review - interconnected intim...

"You need to get better at communicating", says one character to another in Isley Lynn’s albatross. Indeed, the same advice would...

Justin Adams and Mauro Durante, The Green Note review - fier...

Two men trade licks: one of them delves into the heart of the blues...

A Place for We, Park Theatre review - perceptive, but rather...

I’ve lived in Brixton, south London, for about 40 years now, so...

Album: Tori Amos - Ocean to Ocean, review

A “sonic photograph” is how Tori Amos describes her sixteenth album, recorded at her home in Cornwall during the spring and summer of Britain’s...

Royal Opera House lullabies for Little Amal

“I want to tell her that people will be good,” Tewodros Aregawe of Phosphoros Theatre confided to us as Little Amal closed her eyes on the giant...

Vanara, Hackney Empire review - fine singing, but a plodding...

Two tribes, both alike in dignity in fair Vanara, trade goods and insults in a post-apocalyptic world in which fire is known to The...

Invasion, Apple TV+ review - sci-fi epic or a pile of space...

Conceived on a global scale to depict the enormity of an alien...