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Frank Auerbach paintings and cards collected by Freud in Tate show
Works offered by Lucian Freud estate in lieu of £16m in tax will eventually be dispersed among galleries around UK Continue reading...
Jim Davidson's Edinburgh fringe debut 'rounds off a nice year'
Comedian says his show, No Further Action, comes after being cleared of Operation Yew Tree charges and winning Big Brother.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The Tin Forest, National Theatre Scotland, review: 'winning'
The Tin Forest is a gorgeously detailed offering in the NTS's South Rotunda - Mark Brown just wishes it was longer
The Tin Forest
National Theatre stages surprise phone hacking play, Great Britain
Curtain lifts on play delayed for News of the World trial verdicts, with Billie Piper as tabloid editor (not based on Rebekah Brooks).
Dennis Hopper's photography evokes freedom of 1960s Easy Rider generation
Royal Academy of Arts exhibits The Lost Album, a collection of the actor's photographs that had been unseen since 1970.
The Lost Album
Julian Opie: 'The idea of what I'm doing it makes me nervous'
Artist's secret passions explored in rich exhibition of his work from the past 20 years and pieces from his private collection.
Four relatively-unknown artists shortlisted for Turner prize 2014
Duncan Campbell, Ciara Phillips, James Richards and Tris Vonna-Michell produce serious work, says chair of judges.
Turner Prize 2014
Turner prize 2014 shortlist unveiled
The 30th Turner prize will be contested by four artists who are almost impossible to pigeonhole, using techniques that include film, storytelling, installation and screenprinting.
Turner Prize 2014
Dear Scotland, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, review
The National Theatre of Scotland addresses national identity with a delightfully diverse series of monologues, says Mark Brown.
Hollywood stars shown living La Dolce Vita in photography exhibition
How did celebrities deal with the original paparazzi 50 years ago? Audrey Hepburn serenely ignored them, Franco Nero hit them and Anita Ekberg got out a huge bow and arrow and threatened irreparable damage.
The Years of La Dolce Vita
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