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The Israel-bashers (and a surprising defence)

I present you here with some media clips in which we hear the same old same old  – Israel-bashing from the usual suspects.

First, UN Watch brings us William Schabas, the biased official who was forced to step down as chairman of the UNHRC’s committee of inquiry into the Gaza War that bears his name, as he is interviewed by Stephen Sackur on BBC’s Hard Talk. 873 more words


Gerald Scarfe Installation

This week and the next is filled with installing the new Gerald Scarfe exhibition ‘Milk Snatcher, The Thatcher Drawings’.

With over 100 original hand-drawn works to be hung there is a lot of work to be done. 325 more words


Future Exhibitions

Preparation is well underway for the two new exhibitions opening in spring next year.

Paul Scott’s Confected, Borrowed and Blue is the first to open on the 14th of February. 312 more words


Let the Art Speak for Itself: The Wall

Inner gatefold, The Wall, 1979 – Sleeve design by Gerald Scarfe and Roger Waters


The Endless River and the end of Floyd

This week sees the release of what has been confirmed by the band Pink Floyd as their last ever studio album, The Endless River. 852 more words


Gerald Scarfe

I am pleased with the outcomes after exploring pop culture and decided to take a few steps back in the project. The main thing that attracted me to Holloman was the creatively amusing images, and like the article, I then discovered a deeper meaning. 239 more words

Year Two

Seven Silly Questions...for Dusty Limits

Dusty Limits, also known as Dorian Black, is a singer, comic, actor, writer and director and one of the most celebrated figures on the ‘new cabaret’ scene. 739 more words

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