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10 February 2014 0 View comments His paintings and sculptures have often been derided as childish nonsense, and now Damien Hirst appears to have revealed why. The world's richest artist, said to be worth a staggering £200million, happily admits to
Young Qatari artist Hana Al Saadi was given the rare opportunity to work with world renowned artist Damien Hirst at his London studio. The student at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar was declared winner of the Damien Hirst Art Challenge by
12 January 2014 11 shares 809 View comments For most people moving into a new house, it is important to quickly fill it with their own sentimental touches. And it seems that the Beckhams are no different after removal men were seen taking a huge
David Beckham has put a £600,000 heart painting on his two-year-old daughter's wall...Talking when he bought 'Daddy's Girl', the star said: ''[It is] a piece of art which I had specially made by a friend.
August One Direction released their documentary, This Is Us, in August...Walter Black Walter White Walter Grey 7.) October Street artist Banksy began a month-long residency in which US city in October?...November Hat designer Philip Treacy was
Pharrell Williams at the Colette Art Drive-Thru pop-up; Items included his puffer vest, right, created in collaboration with Moncler. His puffer vests are bulletproof in name only, Mr. Williams was prompt to note: All I was trying to do was utilize
Teachers are letting pupils get away with bad behaviour in classrooms. The chief inspector of Ofsted is warning schools are suffering from a culture of "casual acceptance" of misbehaviour and poor attitudes to learning in the classroom.
The outline application for Ilfracombe also includes plans for a primary school, shops, business units and a health centre. The artist's plans for homes "he would like to live in" have been the focus of public exhibitions and workshops for more than
44 am Read more Get Entertainment Newsletters: It's a rare treat on Broadway to have two groups of actors tackling plays in repertory. Mark Rylance and friends from the Globe in London are presenting Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and Richard III while
Ollie Middleton, 18, has been selected as Labour's prospective parliamentary candidate in Bath, where the party has struggled to break the stranglehold of the Liberal Democrat MP Don Foster. Suggested Topics Independent Comment Voices Get ready to