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Must see Exhibitions in 2010, by Sean Rose

Our art correspondent Sean Rose reflects on the exhibitions that got the world talking this year: Monet at the Grand Palais, the infamous Larry Clark showcasing his controversial stills with "Kiss the Past Hello," and Murakami creating outrage amongst the royalists after exhibiting his contemporary art in Versailles.

By Sean ROSE , Eve JACKSON

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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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