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Florence Hallett

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Florence writes about the visual arts for a range of specialist and general interest publications.

Articles By Florence Hallett

h 100 Awards: Art, Design and Craft - making art public

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Picasso 1932: Love Fame Tragedy, Tate Modern review - a diary in paint?

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All Too Human, Tate Britain review - life in the raw

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From Life, Royal Academy review - perplexingly aimless

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DVD/Blu-ray: Montparnasse 19

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Monochrome, National Gallery review - colourless but not dreary

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Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell Collection review - guilty pleasures at the National Gallery

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h.Club 100 Awards: Art, Design and Craft - weaving magic at Dovecot Tapestry Studio

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The Encounter, National Portrait Gallery review - dazzlingly evocative drawings

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The Discovery of Mondrian review - the most comprehensive survey ever

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Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave, British Museum

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Canaletto & the Art of Venice, The Queen's Gallery - preview

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Richard Long: Earth Sky, Houghton Hall

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Chris Ofili, National Gallery

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Michelangelo & Sebastiano, National Gallery

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Bruegel, Holburne Museum, Bath

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Le nozze di Figaro, Glyndebourne review - fabulous singing a...

After two years of Covid-affected performances – even though there was a full season last year – Glyndebourne's annual festival...

DVD/Blu-ray: Parallel Mothers

Parallel Mothers unfolds at a daringly slow pace, and there are moments in the first half of Pedro Almodóvar’s 2021 drama when you wish...

Cornelia Parker, Tate Britain review – divine intelligence

Cornelia Parker’s early installations are as fresh and as thought provoking as when they were made. Her...