Chooses Vermeer's Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid for Front Row's Cultural Exchange
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Recent exhibitions at Turner Contemporary (2012) and Hayward Gallery (2011). Professor of Drawing at the Royal Academy.
Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid by Johannes Vermeer
To launch Radio 4's Cultural Exchange, Tracey Emin talks to Mark Lawson about her favourite work of art, Vermeer's Lady Writing a Letter with her Maid, on show at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin.
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Art critic Waldemar Janusczak on Vermeer's unconventional career
Art critic Waldemar Janusczak on what makes Vermeer stand out from his Dutch contemporaries.
John Wilson reports on the world's biggest art theft
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Tracey Emin visits her hometown Margate
To mark the opening of the Turner Contemporary art gallery in Margate, Tracey Emin talks to Mark Lawson about her hometown.
Tracey Emin on the importance of drawing
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