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Year in review: top 10 art and culture stories of 2023, selected by Wallpaper’s Hannah Silver

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Our top 10 art and culture stories of 2023, chosen by arts & culture editor Hannah Silver, include in-depth profiles and photography-book deep-dives, and range from ANOHNI to Nan Goldin, Moomins and messy motherhood. Enjoy our highlights of the year (in no particular order). 

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BE OPEN Art congratulates the winners of the Regional Art Competition in Central Asia

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LONDON, April 26, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — BE OPEN Art, an online art gallery set up by BE OPEN think tank, a humanitarian initiative founded by Austria-based international businessperson and philanthropist Elena Baturina, is running a new competition for emerging artists, aimed to support those whose art best represents their regional, cultural and ethnic identities ” BE OPEN Regional Art.

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Amazing pictures of a Christmas night out are like renaissance paintings

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It’s not unusual for revelers to enjoy a night out ahead of Christmas – but it’s less common for those pictures to turn out like actual works of art.

Incredible scenes of drinkers in Swansea town centre have gone viral this morning, and they’re reminiscent of a renaissance painting.

The last Friday night before Christmas has become notorious for alcohol-fueled antics, meaning it’s come to be known as Mad Friday or Black Eye Friday.

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The Christmas round-robin letter is a dying art. We’ll miss them when they’re gone

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Christmas is a time when people indulge their guilty pleasures. For some, it’s cheese and chocolates, or the inexorable viewing of Mrs Brown’s Boys. For others, the catharsis of a blazing family row. Sadly mine has proved harder to indulge this year. That is, the tradition of the Christmas round-robin letter – those missives which go one step further than “saying the quiet bit out loud” and instead seek to commit to paper the pettiest achievements of a year for the amusement and mortification of family, friends and anyone else unfortunate enough to be on the Christmas card list.

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