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22.5.18

The big bangers: grime smashes into the Hadron Collider

 

They rapped in its tunnels and played instruments made out of old science equipment. Could this be Cern’s most amazing experiment yet?

‘Anyone attending the performances,” says Jack Jelfs, “will find themselves in a 12-dimensional quantum...

 
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22.5.18

For Robert Indiana, LOVE was the message | Jonathan Jones

 

The undying fame of Indiana’s artwork is proof that love still has blazing energy as a political force

Love is just a four letter word – and it was a much ruder one when Robert Indiana, who has died aged 89, first thought up the work of art that was to...

 
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22.5.18

Pop artist Robert Indiana, creator of LOVE, dies aged 89

 

The reclusive artist’s stacked-letter Love sculptures were instantly recognisable, overshadowing his other work – though he had a retrospective at New York’s Whitney

Jonathan Jones: For Robert Indiana, there was always power in LOVE

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22.5.18

Bohemians and boxers: August Sander's Germany – in pictures

 

Early 20th-century androgyny, rural conservatism and dapper aviators make up pioneering photographer August Sander’s portrait of pre-Weimar Germany

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21.5.18

Interview magazine closes, ending a 50-year survey of Manhattan cool

 

Magazine founded by Andy Warhol closes after months of turmoil, including a lawsuit brought over back pay and the resignation of a fashion director accused of sexual misconduct

Interview magazine, the famous art, fashion, entertainment and pop culture journal of...

 
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21.5.18

Roger Michell obituary

 

My husband, the potter Roger Michell, who has died aged 70 after a short illness, was best known for the Walking Ware tea service he designed in 1974, its quirky pieces mounted on legs, clad in shoes and stripy socks, and ready to stride out. His highly decorative style...

 
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21.5.18

Antony Gormley: Subject review – this art thesis fails the viva

 

Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge As the famous artist returns to his alma mater’s town, he could do with a rigorous professorial interview about his art

Antony Gormley floats in space with his eyes fixed on infinity. His arms and legs are straight and relaxed,...

 
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21.5.18

MFON: women photographers of the African diaspora – in pictures

 

The MFON journal and book by Laylah Amatullah Barrayn and Adama Delphine Fawundu is committed to establishing and representing a collective voice of female photographers of African descent and features more than 100 from across the diaspora. MFON is named in memory of...

 
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