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Hamlet and Man Ray’s Painting

Hamlet and Man Ray’s Painting By Alexa Alice Joubin In the opening scene of Hamlet, the Danish prince accuses his mother of not genuinely mourning her husband’s death and of marrying his uncle too quickly: “Seems, madam! nay it is; I know not ‘seems.’” Here he is alluding to “the trappings and the suits of […]

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Keeping it real

When audiences for Michael Boyd’s 2009 RSC production of As You Like It came back into the auditorium after the interval Geoffrey Freshwater as Corin was already on stage skinning and beheading a rabbit, a sight which which some of us city types, who don’t like to think about where our food comes from, found […]

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Shakespeare in Art

Hello I am Tom de Freston the Leverhulme Artist in Residence at Cambridge University. I would like to tell you more about my work representing Shakespeare in Art. In 2010 I was commissioned to make a new body of paintings in response to the plays of Shakespeare. The paintings will be unveiled at the Cambridge […]

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