In the gripping snippet, the couple are seen going through some pretty tough emotions as they make a pact with their surrogate Kaya. … [Read more...] about What time is The Nest on BBC One tonight?
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"We know things will get worse before they get better," reads a copy of the text sent to British media. "But we are making the right preparations, and the more we all follow the rules, the fewer lives will be lost and the sooner life can return to normal." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus latest: Fatalities in Spain hit a new daily high
But hold on. Sure, it is relief for anyone who runs a company to find the political class taking at least a few hours off from finding new charges, levies and regulations. And yet nothing on offer so far is anything close to radical enough. In reality, the UK needs to redesign its tax system. … [Read more...] about Businesses need much more than the tax cuts on offer in this general election
The end result, depending on where you stand in the ongoing debate about appropriation and erasure, is either inspired or provocative-to-the-point-of-insulting to the original (which, in this instance, is one of the most revered photography books of the 20th century). Readers of the BJP were in no doubt that appropriation is just another word for theft, and erasure another empty postmodern gesture. Henner's project was described as "a joke" and his images both "an insult to the beauty of photography and The Americans" and "transparently absurd". (Henner would no doubt agree on the latter.) One aggrieved reader wrote, "Take your own damn photographs you little piece of excrement," while another mused more constructively, "I find this sort of subtraction lacking because it does nothing to contribute to the concept and meaning of the work. To remove something from an original is simply just that. If this concept works, why not just print a blank page and describe everything that is … [Read more...] about Mishka Henner’s erased images: art or insult?
Meanwhile, the overall death toll in Europe has continued to rise. Italy had reported just over 10,023 deaths as of Sunday morning, while in Spain the total stood at 6,528. The two countries — the hard-hit in Europe — have instituted harsh lockdown measures. Spanish officials said the number of infection cases had jumped to 78,797 on Sunday from 72,248 the previous day. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus latest: Global fatalities over 30,000