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David Hackney

David Hackney is a London born artist and investigator. His writing has appeared in the Daily Telegraph and Time Out amongst other publications. He once wrote a radio play about a talking pelican that won an award and was produced for Radio 4. But that was when he was still at school. He's been waiting the last twenty years for an idea for a follow-up

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Happy Shopper #30 - Kirk Lake 05.25.2009
Hackney's Home Visits: Monkee Man 10.13.2005

And the Oscar goes to... Keira Knightley
Atonement is this summer's most highly anticipated British movie. One of our London correspondents has seen it already. Wait a minute, it's a 15 certificate should she have even been allowed in there...
Alys in the Cities
Graham Parker's ex-sax player told me a rumor about a Francis Alys exhbition in London
Postmodern Dutch Rub, or, Is That Anything like a Rusty Trombone?
The Bent Moustache sound a lot like The Fall. A whole lot, and that is just the tip of their greatness.
World Cups: French Shirts
Are the french shirts bringing the game into disrepute
The Mass and The Fine Art of Dude Music
Oakland's The Mass manage to do the impossible: create brilliant powerful complicated music that will make you stroke your chin and bang your head, and might also prove Henry Rollins right
Behind the Counterculture #4: Michael Hutchence
Some of our favorite things...