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Art Fund
Art and Stuff
Taking a closer look at some of the most fascinating stuff inside our museums. From bits of buried treasure to iconic portraits to outlandish furniture, what do these things say about us? Each episode, we hear from a range of people who share their expertise and passion, revealing the incredible stories behind the objects we collect, curate and cherish.Art and Stuff is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries through the
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 35 ratings
Great show
I started listening to this show simply because I am a fan of Mr. Miller. Now I love it not only for that but because it is quite intriguing and educational. So I decided to translate part of each episode into Japanese so that my friends for whom the English is a bit tough can also enjoy the...Read full review »
YukikoG via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 02/25/21
Really interesting podcast to listen to and learn a lot at the same time!
Michael22John via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/16/21
Love it!
Love it!
Belbeck via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 01/15/21
Recent Episodes
In this episode Ben uncovers the curious history behind a defining work of 20th-century Surrealism, Salvador Dali’s Lobster Telephone, part of the collection of National Galleries Scotland. Ben hears from curator Patrick Elliott, who reveals more about the genesis of the work and the man who...
Published 02/18/21
Published 02/18/21
In this episode Ben uncovers the story behind Tam Joseph’s powerful and provocative painting, Spirit of the Carnival, which offers a commentary on the ever-increasing police presence at London’s annual Notting Hill Carnival during the 70s and 80s. Ben hears from guests including Carol Thompson,...
Published 02/11/21
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