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Summation of Force: capturing the magic of cricket – in pictures

‘There are breathless moments occasionally, as a sports fan, where you find yourself desperate to pause the film and explain “Cricket is art and I

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Toppled Edward Colston statue goes on display in Bristol

A statue of the slave trader Edward Colston that was toppled during a Black Lives Matter protest is to go on public display. The bronze

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Is that a surrealist masterpiece by the draining board? Inside Leonora Carrington’s sculpture-filled home

In October 2010, a few months before her death, I said my last goodbye to my cousin Leonora Carrington. As I left her home in

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‘This is our cultural heritage’: Spanish photographers seek national archive

Spain’s best-known photographers have thrown their weight behind a new campaign to establish a national centre to catalogue, share, protect and promote the country’s rich

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Ai Weiwei on colonialism and statues, Churchill, China and Covid

From this week a seven-metre-high installation entitled Gilded Cage, by the exiled Chinese artist and human rights campaigner Ai Weiwei, will be on display at

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Plunder of Pompeii: how art police turned tide on tomb raiders

By day, the tombaroli, or tomb raiders, marked out the spot. They used long, pointed tools to pierce the earth , beneath which there was

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Skin in the frame: black photographers welcome Google initiative

Christina Ebenezer first started taking photos with a group of friends when she was a 17-year-old student. Even then, she noticed the difference in how

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Children’s authors on Eric Carle: ‘He created readers as voracious as that caterpillar’

The late Eric Carle has been hailed by fellow children’s writers for creating generations of readers as voracious as his best-loved creation, The Very Hungry

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Tacita Dean on the pandemic: ‘We had all this free time – and I was useless!’

“One is such a disappointment to oneself, workwise,” says Tacita Dean, sadly. This seems faintly mad – Dean is one of Britain’s most celebrated artists,