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Listen to Sue Grayson Ford talking about the festival on BBC London Radio’s Robert Elms show.
Listen to BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking, first broadcast, Tue 29 Jan 2019: Art historian Monica Bohm-Duchen, cultural historian Daniel Snowman and novelist Martin Goodman join Anne McElvoy.
Listen to BBC Radio London’s ‘Round Your Manor’, first broadcast on Tue 19 Feb 2019: Round Your Manor looks at Hampstead with Monica Bohm-Duchen chatting about I/O.
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Rare films from Nazi era screened during Insiders/Outsiders, February 2020
Background information, February 2020
Autumn/winter programme announced, September 2019
New festival partners announced, February 2019
Insiders/Outsiders launch news release, November 2018
Background information, November 2018
Brave New Visions
Colin Gleadell’s weekly column in The Daily Telegraph extensively covered Brave New Visions, featuring a large picture of Josef Herman’s ‘Refugees’ and Gillian Ayres’ ‘Brood’ online.
The Financial Times featured an article by Anna O’Sullivan in both print and online, looking at the exhibition in the wider context of the festival.
Art critic Jackie Wullschläger included the exhibition in her weekly Critics’ choice column for the Financial Times Weekend’s Life and Arts section.
Melanie Gerlis’ Art Market column for the Financial Times featured an illustrated item on the exhibition.
London Live ran a piece on the exhibition, featuring an interview with curator Sue Grayson Ford, filmed at Sotheby’s.
Marina Vaizey reviewed the exhibition for Artlyst.
Further online coverage from The Jewish Chronicle and Irish Examiner.