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Sarah Kent

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Sarah was the visual arts editor art of Time Out, the ICA’s Director of Exhibitions, has served on Turner Prize and other juries, and has written catalogues for the Hayward, ICA, Saatchi Gallery, White Cube and Haunch of Venison and books such as Shark-Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 90s.

Articles By Sarah Kent

Come to Dust: Glenn Brown, Gagosian Gallery review - seductive and disturbing

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Human Flow review - two hours of human misery

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Imagine... Rachel Whiteread: Ghosts in the Room, BBC Two review - making memories solid

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Rose Wylie: Quack Quack, Serpentine Gallery - anarchy at 83

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The Machines of Steven Pippin, The Edge, University of Bath review - technology as poetry

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Red Star Over Russia, Tate Modern review – fascinating history in a nutshell

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Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Tate Modern review – funny, moving and revelatory

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Basquiat: Boom for Real, Barbican review - the myth explored

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Rachel Whiteread, Tate Britain review – exceptional beauty

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Final Portrait review - utterly convincing portrayal of an artist at work

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Trajal Harrell: Hoochie Koochie, Barbican review - flamboyant and mesmerising

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Rose Finn-Kelcey: Life, Belief and Beyond, Modern Art Oxford review - revelation and delight

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Portraying a Nation, Tate Liverpool review – an inspired juxtaposition

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The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger review - voyages round a giant

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Fahrelnissa Zeid, Tate Modern review - rediscovering a forgotten genius

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A Handful of Dust, Whitechapel Gallery review - grime does pay

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Alcina, Glyndebourne review - Handel on the strand

Reviewing the Grange Festival production of Tamerlano the other day, I noted the difficulty...

Jessie Burton: The House of Fortune review - a muted, sensit...

A sequel is always a hard thing to write, especially if the book that precedes it is a bestseller, adapted for television and read by more than a...

Favour, Bush Theatre review - Ambreen Razia's punchy ne...

Where should Leila live — Ilford or Kent? It doesn’t sound like an earth-shattering decision for a 15-year-old to make, but the stakes...

Album: Laura Veirs - Found Light

The last minute of Found Light’s third track “Seaside Haiku” is defined by the repetition of a single phrase: “give but don’t give too...

Music Reissues Weekly: Ferkat Al Ard - Oghneya

Oghneya opens with the extraordinary “Matar Al Sabah.” Jazzy, with an overt Brazilian feel it gently swings and swoons....

Mick Jagger: My Life as a Rolling Stone review, BBC Two - th...

At the beginning of this film, Mick Jagger says: “What most...

The Making of Pinocchio, LIFT 2022, Battersea Arts Centre re...

Pinocchio is one of our most irreverent metamorphosis stories, and in this visually ingenious blend of...

The Undeclared War, Channel 4 review - how would the UK cope...

As the world lurches ever deeper into multiple manifestations of chaos,...