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The View from Here

The View from Here at the National Portrait Gallery brings together landscape photographs from the 1840s to the present day, depicting an extensive range of processes, styles and locations. It…

Me, Myself and I: Mark Wallinger and Identity in Art

Mark Wallinger is having a moment in Scotland, with exhibitions displaying his work in Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery, Ingleby Gallery and Dundee Contemporary Arts. His work focuses on identity and the…

ESAF Presents: CHALLENGE// It is Possible to Challenge the Report’s Assumptions

Edinburgh Student Arts Festival (ESAF) presents CHALLENGE// It is Possible to Challenge the Report’s Assumptions: an exhibition displaying a handful of works that are intended to encourage a playful and…

Dark, mysterious and magical: Tom Hardy’s drama Taboo

The latest costume drama from the BBC is Taboo, broadcast at peak TV time – Saturday nights – but it is no Jane Austen. It is dark, mysterious and magical,…

Made in Chelsea Season 12 Review

Made in Chelsea is back – and this time, for its 12th series. Having been in France for the summer, the show and its cast are back in London for…

Celebrity Island review: revamped with Bear Grylls

Bear Grylls returned this week to revitalise our Sunday night with a cast of the usual Z-list celebrities fighting for survival on an uninhabited island in Celebrity Island with Bear…