The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch: Art of the heart and mind

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8 April 2018

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Photo: Sofie Layton

Get under the skin of art as we look at artists’ personalities, get a glimpse into Picasso’s personal life and reflect on the heart through art. Plus: we preview EstLitFest and try some Indian cuisine.

8 April 2018

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Do you have to be a terrible person to be successful in art?

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Tom Rachman, author of ‘The Italian Teacher’, discusses the personality of artists.

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Chapter 2

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Picasso at Tate

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We head to the Tate Modern and get a rare glimpse into Pablo Picasso’s personal life.

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When art and medicine collide

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Artist Sofie Layton bring together art and medicine to reflect on the human heart – she tells us about it.

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Chapter 4

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Weekend Read: Linda Grant

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The British author gives us a preview of her talk on EstLitFest – a weekend focused on Estonian Literature.

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Paper Review: Rachel Cunliffe

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The comment and features editor of ‘City A.M.’ joins us in the studio to go through a stack of the weekend’s papers.

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Vivek Singh

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The renowned Indian chef tells us about the expansion of his Cinnamon Club restaurant, as he launches one in Battersea Power Station.

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