Katy Hounsell-Robert sees a church's fund
In the exhibition "A Stone's Throw", in the Refectory at
Southwark Cathedral until 14 December, six members of the Society
of Graphic Fine Art have responded to the architectural environment
of Borough and Bankside.
Willis sees sculpture, sacred and
secular, by an Italian master of the 20th century
Katy Hounsell-Robert visits a theological
Nicholas Cranfield on wisdom and folly in
the exhibition rooms
Nicholas Cranfield sees two exhibitions
about not deferring to art
Richard Harries views paintings by the
late Norman Adams
William Dundas concludes his round-up from
Stephen Brown has a grisly experience at
I WAS one of a party of hacks visiting Linz, the third city of
Austria, for the opening of a new opera house last April. One
morning, we were taken to the monastery of St Florian near by,
where Anton Bruckner was a choirboy and where he lies buried. He
was organist there, too;...
BIBLICAL musicals can work well. So welcome, The Prodigals:
A man had two sons, with contributions by multiple composers,
which imaginatively takes the story from Luke 15 and recasts it in
war-torn present-day Afghanistan.
The Father is here an officer from a family with a...