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‘Rosy-Fingered Dawn’ by Sarah Anne Johnson

‘Apocalypse’ (2018) © Sarah Anne Johnson/Julie Saul Gallery, New York The Canadian artist Sarah Anne Johnson plays with the relationship between reality and photography. Starting with images she has taken

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The Ice King — ‘no frills are needed’

Directed by James Erskine, 2018 Dogwoof A towering figure glides across a vast ice-rink, rising and falling with balletic grace and muscular self-mastery. The man is British skater John Curry,

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Horses trapped in muddy northern Arizona pond buried on site

    Horses trapped in muddy northern Arizona pond buried on site

CAMERON, Ariz. — More than 100 horses found dead this week at a muddy watering hole in northern Arizona are being buried at the site. The stock pond in the

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Frieze New York opens with strong sales in the lower price range

A New York collector attending Tuesday’s VIP preview of Frieze New York was wilting in temperatures reaching 30C. “Sometimes it’s just so hard to make decisions in the heat,” she

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I Feel Pretty — dizzy with contradictions

Amy Schumer in ‘I Feel Pretty’ Which version of I Feel Pretty to review? On the one hand we have a candyfloss Manhattan comedy with a warm message about self-worth

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Black men arrested at Starbucks settle with city for $1 each plus $200,000 program for young entrepreneurs

    Black men arrested at Starbucks settle with city for $1 each plus $200,000 program for young entrepreneurs

PHILADELPHIA — Two black men arrested for sitting at a Philadelphia Starbucks without ordering anything settled with the world’s biggest coffee-shop chain Wednesday for an undisclosed sum and an offer

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Museums battle for £100,000 Art Fund prize

James Pickford in London May 1, 2018 Print this page The world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit and a museum

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made in UK, owned in USA?

The mood inside London’s Roundhouse was exultant last month when the UK government announced its new £150m Creative Industries “deal”.

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Liberals target ad spending, privacy in long-promised election reform bill

  Liberals target ad spending, privacy in long-promised election reform bill

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government wants to make it easier for Canadians to cast a ballot, while making it

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how a UK scientist sniffed out a culinary opportunity

Late one winter afternoon, in a field near Edinburgh, a scientist and a hunter are standing over a springer spaniel,

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Documentary film-maker Alex Gibney on why corporate scandals are hot right now

Helen Fitzwilliam April 29, 2018 Print this page Experimental feature Listen to this article Play audio for this article Pause

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Saudis sorry for ’indecent’ images of women at WWE event

  Saudis sorry for ’indecent’ images of women at WWE event

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi sports officials are apologizing after images of scantily clad women appeared on big screens during

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Carlo Rovelli on the meaning of time

Carlo Rovelli April 20, 2018 Print this page Among the most striking discoveries of modern physics — if not the

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‘WRITING A NEW HISTORY’: Kim Jong Un crosses into South Korea for meetings

  ‘WRITING A NEW HISTORY’: Kim Jong Un crosses into South Korea for meetings

GOYANG, Korea, Republic Of — With a single step over a weathered, cracked slab of concrete, North Korean leader Kim

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