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Colin Jones’s Newcastle, 1963

We may have invented photography, says James Hyman, but we Brits are slow to collect art prints. He tells Dan Carrier it’s time to think again. Tonight, September 1st. James Hyman’s talk at The Crypt Room, St John-at-Hampstead Church, NW3.

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This is the brisk, no-nonsense Roman style of pizza making. So don’t turn up expecting the puffy, pillowy crusts of laid-back Naples, further south...
Hip hop giants NWA, whose album Straight Outta Compton sounds as fresh and as relevant today as it was when they released it back in 1988, are the subject of this bio-pic that charts their rise.
There's huge variety in this year’s Deloitte Ignite festival at the Royal Opera House with activities extending into the neighbouring Covent Garden Piazza.
In a career that has seen him shepherd Bob Dylan through adoring fans at Camden Market and shoot pop videos for some of the biggest names in the game, William McLellan – aka Willy Smax – has enjoyed a seat next to some of the music industry’s most iconic figures.
“All my drawings are usually planned and systematical,” Darius Verbickas said. “I try to avoid laws of intuition. ‘Semi systems’ set the diagram or pattern for you to then draw the line.” Roundel is at the Centre for Recent Drawing until September 5...
This is to be a split show, with performers playing both the characters within Anthony Trollope’s 1871 novel and those people who surrounded him during its writing...
For four days in September, the London Art Book Fair will see 80 of the top art book publishers brought together under one roof in the heart of east London.
We meet Kate (Charlotte Rampling) and Geoff (Tom Courtenay) the week before they host a big party to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary.
The extraordinary story of the Jamaican slave who inherited the bulk of Dr Johnson’s estate makes for a compelling biography, says Angela Cobbinah.
More than Meets the Eye will highlight revelations of art historians, restorers, chemists and physicists from Pisa, Florence, Perugia and Milan, who have examined key pieces from the Estorick Collection in Canonbury Square...