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(1936), Edwin-Smith

Review: ‘Ordinary Beauty: The Photography of Edwin Smith’ at RIBA

Edwin Smith’s photographs captured the end of a different age

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(2014, HD video still), Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley

Modern Myth: Mary Reid Kelley’s ‘Swinburne’s Pasiphae’

Reid Kelley retells the minotaur story with rare and quite brilliant verve

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No Love Locks: too much romance on Paris’ Pont des Arts

Loved up tourists will have to find another way to say they care…

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Review: ‘British Art at War: David Bomberg’ on BBC Four

Another informative episode, but why does it claim to be about war when the subject is given so little airtime?

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(c. 1823), John Constable

Review: ‘Constable: The Making of a Master’ at the V&A

If you thought that you knew John Constable’s art, you are going to be in for something of a surprise

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'In the trough of a wave off Kanagawa' (c. 1830–34), Hokusai © Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels.

First Look: ‘Hokusai (1760–1849)’ at the Grand Palais

Laure Dalon, curator of ‘Hokusai’, talks about the artist’s Manga, his poetic late works, and the curatorial problems posed by fragile pieces

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'Chōshi dans la province de Sōshū' (c. 1830–34), Hokusai © RMN -Grand Palais ( Musée Guimet , Paris ) / Thierry Olivier. This work is presented in Section A, from 1 October–20 November

Gallery: ‘Hokusai (1760-1849)’ at the Grand Palais

A few of the beautiful and delicate works by Hokusai on display at the Grand Palais, Paris

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(1961), Hermann Nitsch

Muse Reviews: 28 September

From ancient Assyria to the Vienna Actionists…a round-up of recent reviews and interviews

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The Wallace Collection’s Great Gallery

The nuances of the new hang might be lost on the non-specialist, but overall the Wallace Collection’s refurbished gallery is magnificent

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(detail; 1842), JMW Turner.

The Week’s Muse: 27 September

National treasures up for sale; art and protest in Latin America; plaster casts and the Classics Cabal

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