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14 September 2010

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Isabella Blow The Last 20th Century Fashion Icon

Isabella Blow (1958-2007): One of the last 20th century fashion icons was sadly missed at the launch of a new book by her PA...

14 September 2010

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George Michael Released Latest Wham Graffiti Photo

Ok this is completely silly and it's not really art.I was walking by where George Michael crashed his car in Hampstead

14 September 2010

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UK Film Council CEO John Woodward Resigns

It has been announced via a press release that John Woodward is standing down as Chief Executive Officer of the UK Film Council. Commenting...

13 September 2010

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UBS Pulls Tate Modern Sponsorship

Tate Modern announced at their annual press conference, that they had lost the backing of UBS the largest Swiss Bank. The extension building program...

12 September 2010

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British Museum £25m Sainsbury donation

Lord Sainsbury has given the British Museum a £25m donation to create an improved conservation department and expand the exhibition spaces in the gallery....

11 September 2010

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David Shrigley Watch New Video ‘An important message about the arts’

Campaign Highlighting Funding Cuts Glasgow-based artist David Shrigley is leading a campaign to protest against cuts to the Arts by the UK Government. A...

11 September 2010

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Takashi Murakami Meets Versailles

The splendour of France’s royal palace Versailles and the manga-inspired work of Takashi Murakami join forces in a new exhibition where modern meets stately...

10 September 2010

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Banksy Latest Photos HMV London September 2010

Walking by the HMV Store in Oxford Circus last night, I noticed two never before seen works by the Graffiti Artist Banksy. They were...

9 September 2010

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Banksy Invades HMV Oxford Circus September 2010

The Graffiti Artist Banksy (AKA, Robert Banks) has invaded the HMV Store in Oxford Circus in central London. The elusive sprayer left the shop...

7 September 2010

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Corneille Last Of The CoBrA Painters Dies Aged 88

The last surviving Dutch member of CoBrA the European art movement active in the 1950's, Corneille, has died age of 88.

7 September 2010

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Eadweard Muybridge Photographer Pioneer Tate Britain

Eadweard Muybridge (British-born 1830) left the London suburb of Kingston in the middle of the 19th century, to make his name and seek his...

6 September 2010

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Latest England football Shirt Designed By Peter Saville Unveiled

Peter Saville, one of the best-known graphic designers in the UK has been chosen to design the new England football shirts for Umbro. Saville...

5 September 2010

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Damien Hirst New Plagiarism Claims

IT was revealed yesterday that Artist Damien Hirst faces eight new charges of plagiarism bringing into disrepute some of his best-known works including, ‘In...

28 August 2010

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ICA London Eshun and Yentob Resign

    Ekow Eshun, Executive Director and Alan Yentob Chairman of the troubled ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art, London) will be standing down. The...

27 August 2010

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Banksy Art forgers Sentenced

Grant Champkins-Howard and Lee Parker have received a suspended sentence of 12 months after pleading guilty to selling numerous fakes of prints purporting to...

26 August 2010

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Art Dealer Gagosian Exhibits Art Collection in Abu Dhabi

The stellar Art Dealer Larry Gagosian is showing 72 works from his personal collection of art compiled over a number of years in Abu...

26 August 2010

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Damien Hirst Splits With Business Manager Frank Dunphy

Frank Dunphy, the man behind Damien Hirst’s financial/art world domination, is stepping down as his business manager. Dunphy was active during Hirst’s most prolific...

25 August 2010

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Jimi Hendrix Exhibition The London Years

A new exhibition opens today at the Handel House Museum, in central London which celebrates and explores the London life, music, performances and legacy...

21 August 2010

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£1bn Generated By Tourists To UK museums

The UK’s major museums and art galleries generated over £1bn in revenue from overseas visitors in 2009, VisitBritain, the national tourist authority released the...

19 August 2010

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Fourth Plinth Proposals Latest London Photos

As promised ArtLyst, is nearly first to reveal the latest designs for the Fourth Plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square by the Artists Brian Griffiths,...

19 August 2010

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Fourth Plinth Shortlist Designs Unveiled Today

London – The Artists shortlist (2010/2011) for the next commission to go on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square has now been revealed and...

17 August 2010

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Christie’s to Launch Contemporary Art Fair To Compete With Frieze 2010

The gap left by the demise of the Zoo art fair is set to be filled by The Moniker International Art Fair, The East...

17 August 2010

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New ICA curator of exhibitions Matt Williams

  ICA, London Has appointed  Matt Williams as the new curator of exhibitions Williams, was previously employed at Limoncello, Hotel, and the Zabludowicz Collection,...

16 August 2010

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Trouble At The Zoo? Where is Zoo Art 2010

Zoo Art Enterprises will not be presenting an event in October 2010’. This is the message that has been posted on the Zoo Art...

15 August 2010

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Largest Picasso Canvas to be Exhibited At London’s V&A Museum

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum  is finally set to exhibit Picasso’s  huge set design for the Ballets Russes. Measuring in at 34 by 38...

8 August 2010

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Berlin Hannover Art Reviews Summer 2010

NO GERMANS IN BERLIN? August, 2010 I spent some time in Berlin and Hanover last week – both are recommended. Proof, were it needed,...

30 July 2010

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Government Inquiry into Arts Funding Cuts Inevitable

  The Culture, Media and Sport Committee is inviting written submissions from the art and heritage community on the possible impact of spending cuts...

26 July 2010

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Andy Warhol Red Self Portrait The Controversy Continues

For many years a controversy has been brewing in the art world over a 1964 series of ten self portraits of the artist, Andy...

26 July 2010

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Tories to Slash and Merge Funding for the Arts

The Bucks Stop Here: The Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s 55 public bodies are set to be merged, abolished or streamlined as part...

21 July 2010

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Christine Keeler New London Exhibition

Christine Keeler: my life in pictures4 November – 17 December 2010  Profumo Affair model Christine Keeler’s personal collection of photographs and letters to go on...

17 July 2010

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Arts Council England implements cuts to 2010-2011 budget

Region: Arts Council England On 24 May 2010 the Department for Culture, Media and Sport announced a £19 million reduction in our 2010/11 income...

14 July 2010

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UK Art Institutions Asked to Cut 25 -30 % in their budgets.

The British  arts scene has flourished  as never before, in the past  15 years ,with rising audiences and corporate sponsorship – all made possible...