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Archive for September, 2009

30 Sep, 2009

Tate removes Brooke Shields picture

Posted by: admin In: Guardian

Gallery takes down photo of actor when she was 10, made-up and nude, after advice from Met’s obscene publications squad • Adrian Searle on the naked Brooke Shields photograph row A display due to go on show to the public at Tate Modern tomorrow has been withdrawn after a warning from Scotland Yard that the […]

27 Sep, 2009

Renowned pianist de Larrocha dies

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Spanish pianist Alicia de Larrocha, a child prodigy who became one of the greatest musicians of her era, dies aged 86. Read the original article on the BBC

27 Sep, 2009

Hirst work in art-music display

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

An original Damien Hirst painting and a new track by a Wales-based indie band form part of an new exhibition. Read the original article on the BBC

27 Sep, 2009

Judge delays Google books hearing

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

A judge postpones a settlement hearing between Google and US authors and publishers after a raft of objections. Read the original article on the BBC

27 Sep, 2009

Authors reveal influential books

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Obama’s Dreams From My Father is among a list of books that shaped the world of literature over the past 25 years. Read the original article on the BBC

27 Sep, 2009

Sir Ian wins Spanish honour

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Sir Ian McKellen is presented with a lifetime achievement award at the San Sebastian film festival in Spain. Read the original article on the BBC

27 Sep, 2009

Changes to the CR website

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

It’s been nearly six months since we launched our new site. Now we have a better understanding of how people are using it, we are making a few changes… Firstly, we have decided to make all the video content on CRTV open access. So everyone can now enjoy films such as this, on our recent […]

26 Sep, 2009

A gentle reminder…

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

Over on the Flickr forum, outrage abounds at a rather unsubtle tweak to the logo… Flickr and parent company Ludicorp were acquired by Yahoo! back in 2005 but, until a few days ago, the internet giant’s presence on the look and feel of the photo-sharing site was minimal. While the clunky “from Yahoo!” isn’t exactly […]

26 Sep, 2009

The London Book Trade

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

Ed Maggs is the head of the renowned Maggs Brothers. The company was founded in the 1850s by Uriah Maggs and has occupied several premises including its current, allegedly haunted, address in Berkley Square Photographer Mike Tsang’s exhibition, The London Book Trade, is currently showing at The Biblion Gallery, Mayfair and documents the esoteric world […]

Micallef’s show went off with a bang last night, hundreds of people came along to check out the eagerly awaited show ‘Becoming Animal’. Thanks for … Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery


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