Mommy, Maggi Hambling, Ayelet Gundar-Goshen
Kirsty Lang discusses the film Mommy, by the 25 year-old Canadian director Xavier Dolan, which wowed the critics at Cannes.
Israeli author Ayelet Gundar-Goshen on the men from Palestine who travelled to Europe at the start of World War II to marry Jewish women, thus saving them from the Nazis.
Rachel Campbell-Johnston discusses the appointment of Gabriele Finaldi as the new Director of the National Gallery, announced today.
Artist Maggi Hambling on the art which best evokes Spring.
And with the announcement that Iraqi artists will be displaying their work at this year's Venice Biennale, Kirsty explores the contemporary art scene in Iraq.
Israeli author Ayelet Gundar-Goshen discusses her book, One Night Markovitch.
Published in paperback by Pushkin Press.
Green Fuse - Part III
Artist Maggi Hambling on the art which best evokes Spring. Maggi Hambling's exhibition, War, Requiem and Aftermath is at the Cultural Institute at King's College London, Somerset House until 31 May.
'Nicola's Irises', 1990. © Cy Twombly Foundation.
Image courtesy of the artist and the Arab Image Foundation (AIF)
Maggi Hambling in her studio.
Photo: Jerome Weatherald
|Interviewed Guest||Rachel Campbell-Johnston|
|Interviewed Guest||Maggi Hambling|