This is becoming a habit, or at least an annual event. Another year, and once more I find myself hanging in the National Portrait Gallery.
BP Plc, which last year caused the U.S.’s worst-ever oil spill, today pledged another 10 million pounds ($15.5 million) to four cultural institutions for the next five years.
There is something extremely British about marking the beginning of an era with a political sex scandal.
A communal campfire tent goes up in the courtyard of London’s Victoria & Albert Museum late today.
Here we go again.
Image manipulation is a news story, and a scandal, in the 21st century.
It was impossible to be a Dadaist in New York, Man Ray believed, because the city itself was the epitome of manic, anarchic Dada.
BP Plc , which has shed 45 percent of its market value after causing the U.S.’s worst-ever oil spill , said it will keep sponsoring the British Museum, the Royal Opera House, Tate Britain and the National Portrait Gallery in London.