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Sleeping Fawn, (detail), 1913, green patinated bronze by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (1891–1915), photo credit: Towner


© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Museum of the Home


Immortalising the Jarrow Crusade: marching to save a north-east town from poverty

Jordan Butt investigates a divisive painting of the protest.


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Peter Brown's Barbershop. 2006, photocollage by Hurvin Anderson (b.1959). © Hurvin Anderson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2022. Photo credit: Richard Ivey and Courtesy of Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Peter Brown's Barbershop

Hurvin Anderson: between Caribbean and British identities

The artist's works address the contours of community and culture.

Takashima Ohisa Using Two Mirrors to Observe Her Coiffure. c.1795, woodcut print by Kitagawa Utamaro (c.1753–1806). Photo credit: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, public domain, source: Wikimedia Commons

c.1795, woodcut print by Kitagawa Utamaro (c.1753–1806)

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Anne Wallentine goes through the looking glass.

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