Exhibitionist

by Richard Dorment
Exhibitionist

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Writing almost every week in The Daily Telegraph, it was Richard Dorment's job to introduce, explain and criticise the most significant current art exhibitions, mainly in London, but ranging throughout the UK, and frequently in Paris, Amsterdam and in New York and Washington. The result is an extraordinary collection of around a thousand essays, of which he has selected 106, and which distil and commemorate in terms appropriate to a serious but unscholarly audience, some of the finest and most memorable cultural events of the last three decades.

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About the book

Writing almost every week in The Daily Telegraph, it was Richard Dorment's job to introduce, explain and criticise the most significant current art exhibitions, mainly in London, but ranging throughout the UK, and frequently in Paris, Amsterdam and in New York and Washington. The result is an extraordinary collection of around a thousand essays, of which he has selected 106, and which distil and commemorate in terms appropriate to a serious but unscholarly audience, some of the finest and most memorable cultural events of the last three decades.

Read more about this title on The Turnaround Blog