Georgia O'Keeffe, Maggie's Plan, Robert lePage, The Association of Small Bombs, Brexit metaphors
Georgia O'Keeffe at Tate Modern, Maggie's Plan, Robert lePage's Needles and Opium, The Association of Small Bombs by Karan Mahajan, the use of metaphors in the Brexit press.
A major retrospective exhibition of the work of Georgia O'Keeffe at Tate Modern brings together a wide range of her work from the floral paintings to her landscapes and urban paintings
A complicated web of marital intrigue unfolds in Rebecca Miller's film Maggie's Plan - is it more than Woody Allen lite?
Needles and Opium is Canadian performer Robert lePage's latest work to reach the UK - a revival of a work debuted in 1991 and based on the New York experiences of Jean Cocteau and Miles Davis
Karan Mahajan's novel The Association of Small Bombs is set in Delhi, which follows the consequences and web of influences of a terrorist attack
When politics seems wobbly, commentators in the press reach for the solid base of a good metaphor; Shakespeare, Game of Thrones and The Thick of It and Game of Cards have all been invoked to try and describe the consequences of the Brexit vote and Tory and Labour parties disarray.
Tom Sutcliffe's guests are Alex Preston, Rosie Boycott and Simon Evans. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Needles and Opium
Georgia O’Keeffe is at the Tate Modern in London until 30 October 2016.
Image: Black Mesa Landscape, New Mexico / Out Back of Marie's II. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation ©Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.
|Interviewed Guest||Alex Preston|
|Interviewed Guest||Rosie Boycott|
|Interviewed Guest||Simon Evans|
- Sat 9 Jul 2016 19:15