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Spotted at the Gallery: Jeremy Deller, winner of the 2004 Turner Prize

Spotted and interviewed by Ingrid Beazley whilst taking in Guido Reni’s St Sebastians (at Dulwich Picture Gallery until 11 May 2008) Jeremy Deller was winner of the Turner Prize in 2004 for his installation Memory […]

Musical sunshine

Anna Sayburn interviews guitarist Branco Stoysin We’re sitting in the café at DPG and guitarist Branco Stoysin is thinking about what inspires his music. He turns his face to the sunlight streaming through the windows. […]

Your favourite outdoor sculptures

chosen by people attending february’s series of lectures on contemporary sculpture at Dulwich Picture Gallery Find out about the next lecture this Wednesday (27th February, 10.30am) in which artist Tina O’Connell will challenge the notion of permanence in […]

Favourites: Local artist, Tess Barnes chooses Rembrandt’s little girl

My absolute favourite painting in Dulwich Picture Gallery is the fantastic Rembrandt portrait of the little girl…on a protruding wall in, I think, the first room on left…wonderful…I can’t drag myself away!!…I adore Rembrandt his […]

Milonga? It can only be Tango…

A burgeoning Argentine tango scene is developing in Dulwich, with a milonga planned for this Sunday (February 24) night.  Tango South London teachers Claire Loewe and Luis Rodriguez have classes on Monday and Tuesday nights […]

Local artist, Tess Barnes, celebrates 50 'Women of Substance'

Tess Barnes, a local artist, gives us the who what why where when and how about herself and her one woman exhibition: ‘Women of Substance’ is sponsored by First Direct and runs at the Mall Galleries 25 […]

Dance ‘Cats’ in East Dulwich

Angela Corrias interviews Kevin Thatcher from Push Studios It’s one of the most famous musical in the world. It opened in the West End in 1981, it has since been performed in more than twenty […]

Dulwich Life after WW II

Sally-Ann Johnson reviews Ian McInnes’ local history lecture Like other parts of south east London, Dulwich suffered disproportionately from bomb damage during World War 2, explained Ian McInnes at his well-attended lecture at the Picture […]

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