28/04/2009

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Times newspaper art critic Rachel Campbell-Johnston discusses this year's contenders for the Turner Prize: Enrico David, Roger Hiorns, Lucy Skaer, Richard Wright.

John Wilson talks to David Barrie, Director of the Art Fund (which has surveyed museums to chart the impact of the recession), to Chair of the Arts Council Liz Forgan, and to Chief Executive of Arts and Business Colin Tweedy about whether businesses are turning their back on funding and partnering arts organisations.

Antonia Quirke reviews two extremes of a film critic's lot: Hannah Montana The Movie, and an art-house film about teenage identity, Helen.

Cellist Natalie Clein has commissioned Fyfe Dangerfield, lead singer of Mercury Prize nominees the Guillemots, to write a piece for her. They talk to John Wilson about fusing their classical and pop music backgrounds and show him how they worked together.

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