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The Monocle Arts Review, 508

22 February 2017

Reviews of ‘Supergirl’, Australian show ‘Please Like Me’ and ‘The Golden Girls’ (now that it’s streaming on Hulu).

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Culture with Robert Bound, 280

20 February 2017

Once a month this show will bring together two people linked by profession, passion or friendship. To kick things off we invited in Will Hodgkinson, chief music critic for ‘The Times’, and Tom Hodgkinson, the writer, critic…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 506

20 February 2017

Ossian Ward reviews two UK pop-artist blockbusters: David Hockney at the Tate Britain and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery.

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Meet the Writers, 63

18 February 2017

Born in Germany in the 1950s with Bengali ancestry, Steven Uhly is no stranger to racism. But his Spanish stepfather enriched him with the culture of Spain and life in Köln made him feel as German as the rest of the city’s…

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The Stack, 234

18 February 2017

We speak to Taschen’s Julius Wiedemann about his book ‘National Geographic Infographics’. Plus: a look at Italian weekly ‘Panorama’.

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The Sessions at Midori House, 103

18 February 2017

She spent most of the early 2000s in British indie band The Pipettes; since then she's been working with the likes of Mark Ronson and has now launched her solo career. She plays live from new album ‘Stellular’.

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The Cinema Show, 63

17 February 2017

We’re in Berlin for one of Europe’s most celebrated film festivals. Kitty Green discusses her new documentary ‘Casting JonBenet’, which cleverly sets itself apart from the flurry of tabloid archival retreads of the US child…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 503

15 February 2017

Dominic Maxwell reviews the latest from London’s theatres, including ‘The Glass Menagerie’, ‘The Pitchfork Disney’ and ‘Beware of Pity’.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 502

14 February 2017

Laura Snapes reviews the latest releases by US electropop band Muna, Swedish musician Jens Lekman and the experimental Mega Bog.

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Culture with Robert Bound, 279

13 February 2017

Once declared a thing of the past, why do we still love paper so much? We speak to the founder of a stationery shop, visit a paper mill and gallery in Singapore and examine the colour palette of an established papermaker…

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