Sunday 18 August 2013


Photo: The Procrastinator (some) Times.

New York, New York, still the capital of art cool. London used to be cool, writes Jonathan Jones on his art blog in The Guardian, but now art and pop have a new place to party. It’s called New York. According to Jones, actually, modern art have always belong to New York, since Marcel Duchamp exhibited a urinal back in 1917. Now that art is merging with mass entertainment in the top of the heap, the art capital of the 20th century is back where it belongs. Want to agree or disagree vehemently, read his post here.

Photo: Movie still from Alpha Papa via AnOther Magazine.

"It is over 20 years since Steve Coogan debuted his hapless character on radio comedy show On the Hour; since then, he has hosted a failed chat show Knowing Me, Knowing You, in which he managed to kill one of his guests; worked the graveyard shift on a Norfolk radio station; and taken on humiliating promotional jobs including Crash! Bang! Wallop! What a Video". AnOther Magazine presents a Top Ten Alan Partridge Facts, did you know them all?

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