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December 12 2013 Latest news:
Before she moved to London for love, Denise Dorrance’s life in New York was “like Sex And The City – one hundred per cent”.
Exhibition looks at controversy of post-war buildings
Documenting historic Paris preoccupied pioneering French photographer Eugène Atget for 30 years. Between 1897 and 1927, using a large-format bellows camera, he captured the city’s many facets, from magnificent palaces predating the Revolution to humble lanes and courtyards – but he always avoided modern Paris.
Ruth Miller arrived at the Foundling Hospital in April 1942, just a few weeks shy of her fifth birthday.
Alberto Ruiz Uriarte doesn’t describe himself as the model art student. During his time studying at Florence’s Angel Art School, he developed his passion for classical styles, but admits he relies more on intuition than education.
Famous painting on loan to National Gallery for exhibition that looks at the role of music among the elite in the Netherlands
Romy Westwood is a Hackney-based artist and director of Hampstead’s Affordable Art Fair
An iPhone app is helping a woman to sketch fellow passengers while riding on the tube
With acts inspired by Hitchcock and David Lynch, a Highgate showcase really will give audiences something to get excited about
Curator wants to introduce Patrick Caulfield to a wider audiencer
A trip back to the land of his birth led Gerry Judah to create art focusing on its contrasts
Turner Prize-winning artist will ‘talk out loud and think about whatever comes up’ during evening with guitar and slideshow
Former students of a Belsize Park arts college including pop star Ms Dynamite returned to their old school to celebrate the centre’s 35th birthday.
Trailblazing innovations saw master organ builder Henry Willis become the darling of the Victorian age - and his work can be seen to this day at Alexandra Palace and cathedrals across the country, discovers Adam Sonin.
Peter Gorb, businessman, pioneering design management teacher, and one of Hampstead’s most charismatic champions, has died aged 87.
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