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Plus, Picasso leads the way; London’s new photo gallery; art fair in a Marrakesh hotel
UK capital has the technology and staffing in place, not to mention English law
Over salmon, the attorney talks about why she’s a ‘very expensive shoulder to cry on’
Remarkable turnround as country secures return to investment grade debt status
The late artist’s images have appeared on everything from watches to trainers, but is it devaluing the work?
Cost of homes in the area has risen 76% in five years — and are still going up
Sneered at by some, the material’s strength and versatility continue to seduce designers
How the home of Apple, Google et al, sells us a dream of hippyish freedom
From sheer to spotty, fishnet to fuchsia, fashion has shifted its focus to the leg
Beanie, beret, or boater . . . What will you be wearing this winter?
‘Uncertainty causes recessions because it makes consumers, employers and investors hesitate before spending’
From Ellen Sweet-Escott, Norwich, Norfolk, UK
Too often overlooked, the spiritual father of Pop Art at last gets his due at the Whitney Museum
Can hiring a ‘cultural engineer’ help a hip new hotel become part of the city’s authentic music scene?
Films about jazz musicians are risky ventures, but this year sees the arrival of three
Populists replace argument with blame, facts with prejudice
Performances, talks and exhibitions — both conventional and experimental — are being staged to celebrate the Bard’s legacy
A mysterious cache of work by the photographer found at the V&A casts new light on her oeuvre
There is much to admire in the four dramas staged by this festival for emerging playwrights
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