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The Culture Show

The BBC's art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon and his team of experts present the Culture Show.

Every month, they scour the world of art and culture to gather the very latest in books and film, architecture, art, design, music and photography.

Interviewing some of the biggest names in their fields, the Culture Show showcases a fantastically diverse mixture of subjects.

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The unique, strange monument has attracted revellers – and struggle – for centuries. But we still don’t know what it is. Alastair Sooke takes a closer look.

Can everything be art?

For Ryan Gander, art is everything and everything is art. The Culture Show’s Miranda Sawyer visits him to find out more about how he sees the world.

Boxing: The noble art

Generations of artists have been inspired by the fight. The Culture Show looks at the sport’s history, and why it has had such an influence on our culture.

We tend to view the Viking Age as a violent and bloodthirsty time – but its artistic treasures tell a different story. The Culture Show takes a closer look.

The famous artist overcame grave illness to forge a brave new direction in modern art. Alastair Sooke explains the power and the meaning of Matisse’s late works

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