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Anna Jenkin, University of Sheffield
The series needs to rely less on the lurid and scandalous.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Deborah D. Rogers, University of Maine
Severed heads, bared teeth, sharpened spears, huge genitals—what's not to like?
Matthew McCormack, University of Northampton
Some impressive commemorations of the battle's bicentenary.
The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford
Miriam Al Jamil
A highly individual artist who was a miniaturist at heart.
A lively introduction to the great satirical artists of the eighteenth century.
Ivan Ćurković, University of Zagreb / Heidelberg University
Handel's 'Saul' makes its Glyndebourne debut with Barrie Kosky's highly theatrical production.
Warden's Garden, New College Oxford
New Chamber Opera's new English-language production of Salieri's rarely performed 'La Locandiera' entertains on a summer evening.
The Foundling Museum, London
Paula Riddy, University of Sussex
Decorative plasterwork as a sculptural art form in its own right at the Foundling Museum.
Royal Opera House
The last night of Kasper Holten's innovative 'Don Giovanni' provides a thought-provoking evening.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, The University Library, Leeds University
An exhibition at Leeds University shows that George Morland deserves a more central position.