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Anthony Dyson obituary
Other lives: Artist, master printer, art historian and teacher who, at the Institute of Education, led the first MA course for art and design teachers

Roy Prentice

26, Jan, 2023 @10:12 PM

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A stitch in time: the enduring influence of the Gee’s Bend quilters
A new exhibition celebrates the remarkable legacy of the master makers from a tiny Alabama hamlet who found worldwide fame two decades ago

Skye Sherwin

26, Jan, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Summer in the City: your ultimate what’s on guide to the best events and things to do in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and across Australia
We’ve handpicked the most unmissable arts, festivals and gigs in every capital city through December, January and February – and we’ll update it regularly

Steph Harmon, Sian Cain, Michael Sun, Janine Israel, Elissa Blake, Tim Byrne, Walter Marsh, Anna McGahan, Sarah Aitken, Rosamund Brennan and Carmen Ansaldo

25, Jan, 2023 @10:09 PM

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Glasgow School of Art: cost and pace of rebuild criticised after 2018 fire
Management says Mackintosh building will fully reopen in 2030 as it emphasises scale of task

Libby Brooks Scotland correspondent

24, Jan, 2023 @5:47 PM

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A local’s guide to Sydney: ‘Nightlife is the best it’s ever been right now’
New (and revamped) venues are opening at a dizzying pace in Sydney. For the best food, clubs and beaches, you have to put in the work, says DJ Deepa Alam

As told to Michael Sun

24, Jan, 2023 @2:00 PM

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John Akomfrah to represent Britain at Venice Biennale
The artist known for exploring racial injustice, migration and climate crisis in his films and multiscreen installations will fill the British pavilion next year

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

24, Jan, 2023 @10:00 AM

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Britain treasures the Parthenon marbles, but consider this: returned to Greece, could they be more valuable? | Charlotte Higgins
Politicians fear that handing back disputed items would asset-strip the British soul. The truth is, it might enrich us, says Charlotte Higgins, the Guardian’s chief culture writer

Charlotte Higgins

24, Jan, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Jenkin van Zyl on his death-defying art: ‘Setting myself on fire was idiotic. But the shot is amazing’
He makes films filled with gore, monsters and bizarre fetishes and looks like Mr Tumnus at a techno club. Could this prosthetics-wearing, jockstrap-clad raver be the UK’s most exciting new artist?

Hettie Judah

23, Jan, 2023 @5:00 PM

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A new start after 60: I returned to my childhood home – and rediscovered a lost passion
After winning a Bafta for his film work, Mark Frith felt the only way was down. Then he began to draw again, spending two months sketching a tree he had once played in. It was the start of a whole new career

Paula Cocozza

23, Jan, 2023 @7:00 AM

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‘It’s the opposite of art’: why illustrators are furious about AI
AI art generators may provide five minutes of fun for most users, but the blurring of creative and ethical boundaries is leaving many artists raging against the machine

Sarah Shaffi

23, Jan, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Spain and the Hispanic World review – a New Yorker’s treasures
The pick of Manhattan’s Hispanic Society Museum & Library, including masterpieces by Goya, El Greco and Velázquez, have been loaned to the UK for an unmissable show

Laura Cumming

22, Jan, 2023 @1:00 PM

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On my radar: Nikki Amuka-Bird’s cultural highlights
The actor on a double dose of Greek tragedy, the real-life drama of basketball, and a perfect day in Antigua

Michael Hogan

21, Jan, 2023 @3:00 PM

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