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13:59

What to do

The disturbing gaze of Nadia Lee Cohen

REGINA SOTORRÍO

On her Instagram account, nearly 250,000 followers see her as a daring, funny woman, who plays around with her image and displays it without taboos. Close up, though, Nadia Lee Cohen is a shy young woman of few words. She kept her sunglasses on durin

15:29

Opinion

Hear my voice

Peter Edgerton

...they gaze upon the political wit and acumen of a sound engineer from Nuneaton? What actually happens is that ninety per cent of those whose eyes fall upon this stuff think 'Oh, ok, there goes Gary again, tiresome as he is predictable. Any penguins round

10:59

LifeStyle

The intriguing gaze of a father and a cat at the Pompidou

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ malaga

Lucky has her gaze fixed to the left. She has watery, serene eyes, perhaps tinged with sadness. Lucky was the black cat belonging to artist José Luis Puche and his partner and has a cameo role in his latest work in Malaga. The pet died while the ... and turn round to appreciate how, from the 27 risers on the stairs, the portrait of José Puche Vela, José Luis's father, emerges. At the bottom, tucked on the left, the visitor will also spot the watchful gaze of Lucky, the black cat. A father that ... Through a Venetian blind Puche says that the core element of the work is the image of his father separating the slats of a Venetian blind to reveal his gaze. The 27 treads of the stairs help create the effect of the slats of the blinds. Explaining his

17:30

Opinion

The inbetweeners

Peter Edgerton

...my house where it belongs, I'd have taken a snap. There happened to be an old woman shuffling across the captivating scene with an empty shopping trolley and an even emptier gaze. It would have been a clumsily cliched 'when the party's over' kind of

17:18

Opinion

Tipping point

Peter Edgerton

...unedifying spectacle of a couple of blokes in their fifties lunging about the place under the bewildered gaze of a few customers hitherto expecting little more than a quiet pint in a convivial atmosphere. When the generous offering was divvied up the next

14:25

Opinion

Fast backward

Peter Edgerton

...create the illusion that something is actually happening, for a lot of classics this move spells disaster. In spaghetti westerns, Clint Eastwood's moody gaze, preempting the shooting of a shedload of baddies, will become little more than the kind of

18:15

LifeStyle

Here comes Celine Dion

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...see: her transformation into the singer who leapt to fame with the soundtrack to the film Titanic. On the other side of the street was a large caravan where Valerie took refuge from the gaze of the media and prying lenses, but some of the blonde wigs

09:44

What to do

Picasso and Calder leap into empty space in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

Malaga saw each work as a self-portrait, Calder lifted the gaze to a universalist conception of his work. Rower also summed this up at the opening of this exhibition which is sponsored by the Fundación Unicaja, whose president Braulio Medel described

12:48

Opinion

From sardines to cereals

ANA BARREALES

...hand as you gaze out across the Mediterranean. Who needs meditation with this dose of mindfulness. We're lucky that the Montes mountains are not an area likely to be pinpointed by a multinational to set up a branch of the type of restaurants that are

14:03

Local

"If reading this means you think twice about driving after a few drinks, I'll be satisfied"

M. ÁNGELES GONZÁLEZ

...voice but with a distant gaze. "What's the matter?" Silence. "Pack your suitcase." Nothing else. When I pressed her, the explanation: "Your father's had an accident." "At work? How is he? What happened to him?" The questions came thick and fast. "On the ... words needed. My aunt's gaze, and her tears, were enough. When we got there a hug said it all: "How terrible, how terrible." By now I didn't hold out much hope. In the room in the hospital, my brother. Alongside him, my mum, unrecognisable, like a