Monthly Archives: March 2010

Pay no attention to that curator behind the curtain!

My ongoing response to The Great British Art Debate. Dear readers, have patience, the end is nigh. Does the art of the past have anything to say about the world of today? One of the most impressive shows I saw seen … Continue reading

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Naked and Ashamed (you should be) – or Take That and shove it

I don’t think you can possibly imagine how much I have longed to see the words “Beyoncé”, “lesbian” and “girlfight” appear in the same press-release. However, it’s a shame that they have been attached to one of most tedious and … Continue reading

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Clockwork Oranges Are Not The Only Forbidden Fruit

David: “How much did you pay for this?” Juiliet: “Five hundred pounds.” David: “Five hundred pounds? You paid five hundred pounds for this?” Juliet: “That’s what it cost, David.” David: “No, no, that’s what you paid for it. Five-hundred pounds … Continue reading

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BS sn n th tv – or – Wither Googlest thou?

My ongoing response to the Great British Art Debate. I apologize that these are getting longer. In fact, so long that I have had to split this one into two parts… Should the public have a say in what goes … Continue reading

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