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'Full Strip-tease' of artist Ben

Eve Jackson speaks to contemporary arts’ resident trouble maker. Widely recognised by just his first name, Benjamin Vautier ranks among the best-known and most recognisable artists of today. His signature in white lettering on a black background is a personal logo but also a respected brand. His work is on show at the Lara Vinci gallery in Paris until 20th May - and also in Lyon at the Contemporary Arts Museum until 11th July - called the 'Full Strip-tease'.

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2017-08-23 culture

Film show: BPM, The Beguiled, Jerry Lewis

It’s one of the rare releases to make the front pages: Robin Campillo’s critically-acclaimed "Beats per Minute" goes inside the ACT UP movement during the AIDS crisis of the...

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2017-08-22 culture

Edinburgh at 70: Front row at the festival

It has mushroomed to become the world’s largest annual cultural event: every August Edinburgh embraces theatre, comedy, literature, dance, fine art and every sort of performance...

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2017-08-21 culture

Opera singers Thomas Hampson & Luca Pisaroni return to Paris

World-renowned American baritone Thomas Hampson and his son-in-law, Italian bass baritone Luca Pisaroni have sung in some of the world's most prestigious opera houses and concert...

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2017-07-28 culture

France's iconic Chateau de Chambord gets a makeover

Chambord is perhaps the most iconic of the castles in the Loire valley, thanks to its renaissance turrets and sweeping grounds. The castle and gardens have had a full overhaul,...

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2017-07-27 culture

Actress Helen Mirren on TV honours and tackling sexism

She's one of a very select club to have won the triple crown of acting. Dame Helen Mirren has an Oscar, a Tony award and four Emmys, TV's top honour. FRANCE 24's Genie Godula sat...

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