ROBERT HUGHES 1938 - 2012

The brilliant and often contriversial art critic has died at the age of 74. Hughes was born in Sydney and worked in London before moving to New York in 1970. In New York he made his name as an art critic for Time magazine, and heralded as “a genuinely critical critic”.

 

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