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Brad Pitt; Moroni; Anthony Horowitz

Damian Barr talks to Brad Pitt about his World War II film, Fury.

Anthony Horowitz on his new Sherlock Holmes novel, Moriarty.

Robert Webb and Miles Jupp on performing completely wet on stage in Neville's Island.

And Sarah Dunant...

BBC Front Row | Damian Barr

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age, at the Barbican Art Gallery

THE idealism of architecture clashes against the daily chore of life in the Barbican’s latest large scale survey exhibition.

Camden Review

Grayson Perry vase with Chris Huhne motifs depicts audacious default man

Artists National Portrait Gallery show, tying in with C4 series, explores British identity, including that of jailed cabinet minister.

Mark Brown | The Guardian

Witches and Wicked Bodies, British Museum

Wicked women have always sold well, but more than that, they have fired the artistic imagination in a quite exceptional way.

Florence Hallett | The Artsdesk

Brian May turns up the stereo with Victorian 3D photos at Tate Britain

Show features selection from Queen guitarists vast collection of images that appear three dimensional through special viewer.

Maev Kennedy | The Guardian

TateShots: Poor Man's Picture Gallery with Brian May

Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May explains his obsession with Victorian stereoscopic photographs.


Richard Tuttle, Whitechapel Gallery, review: 'an acquired taste'

Tuttle's art is not for everyone, but Richard Dorment can't get enough of the minimalist's retrospective.

Richard Dorment | Telegraph

Anarchy And Beauty: A Dull Exhibition On William Morris’s Legacy

William Morris was something of a Victorian-era Renaissance man — he turned his hand and mind to designing, poetry, writing, translating and socialism.

Londonist | Tabish Khan

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude review a feminist artist ahead of his time

Cortauld Gallery, LondonThe Austrian artists passionate love of women is illuminated in one of the most important and sexy exhibitions of the year Sex and stockings: Egon Schieles nudes in pictures Continue reading...

Jonathan Jones | The Guardian

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude, Courtauld Gallery, review: 'masterfully assured'

Schiele's drawings may not be beautiful but they are mesmerising to behold, says Alastair Sooke

Alastair Sooke | Telegraph