Remembrance. August 2014.

Dear Rowley, I am the first to admit that conceptual art makes me bristle with righteous indignation be it Duchamp’s urinal, Tracey’s soiled sheets or Mr Hirst’s pickled livestock. The case for the defence seems to boil down to little … Continue reading

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No Place Like Home. April 2013.

Dear Rowley, The past week has been something of a family affair. I’ve just returned from Derbyshire where we celebrated my father’s 70th birthday with the circle of trust invited to lunch on Sunday in Bakewell that resembled nothing so … Continue reading

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Cabaret November 2010

Dear Rowley, So our Prime Minister is on a trade charm offensive in China. ‘Good luck’, as Liza said in Sex & the City. As we all know, China is an ancient civilization. They were carving jade when we were … Continue reading

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