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Authors on Museums: most of the treasures in Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts spent their early lives outside America. For the novelist Claire Messud, that makes them kindred spirits read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT AmericaArtsauthors on museumsclaire messudcultureNovember/December 2014

TIMOTHY SPALL'S STAR TURNS

Visual CV: he’s an actor like no other—not even his actor son. And now he is winning awards for “Mr Turner”. Jasper Rees picks the very best of Mr Spall read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsfilmJasper ReesNovember/December 2014theatrevisual cv

DANCING OUT OF OBSCURITY

Short Read: it took ten years to hone their style and four minutes to go mainstream. Hazel Sheffield on Future Islands' breakthrough—and their frontman's moves read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsHazel SheffieldMUSICNovember/December 2014RockTHIS SEASON

TROUBLE IN PARADISE

Found in Translation: Simon Willis enjoys a Colombian novel of corrupted innocence, published in English more than 30 years after it was written read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsbookscultureFound in translationseptember/october 2014Simon Willis

CHEKHOV'S TRAGI-COMIC COLLISION

Notes on a Voice: Robert Butler pinpoints a prose style as comfortable with fly-ridden grime as champagne and chandeliers read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsbooksculturenotes on a voiceRobert Butlerseptember/october 2014

SQUARING THE CIRCLE

Authors on Museums: as a boy in The Hague, Joseph O'Neill was bored by the Mondrians at the Gemeentemuseum. Returning from his home in New York, he goes "from seeing to sensing" read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT Artsauthors on museumscultureJoseph O'Neillseptember/october 2014

A DAN OF MANY PARTS

Short Read: for her pick of this season's rock music, Hazel Sheffield tunes into the programmed beats of Dan Snaith's band Caribou read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsHazel SheffieldMUSICRockTHIS SEASON

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