Homo Faber’s Sophomore Edition Opens Venice’s Season of Art

Rolling Stone 21:01 12.04

Running through May 1, the cultural event celebrating fine craftsmanship groups 15 exhibitions curated by the likes of Judith Clark, Robert Wilson, Michele de Lucchi and Stefano Boeri, among others…


‘My subjects feel special – most of the time’: Judith Joy Ross on her sensual portraits

The Guardian 12:11 22.03

Hailed by some as the world’s greatest living portrait photographer, the American artist forges connections with people you might not normally notice


‘It was hard rediscovering myself’: Judith Tebbutt on escaping Somali kidnappers

The Guardian 15:11 20.03

Freed 10 years ago after seven months held hostage, Tebbutt watched homecoming of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe with joy and trepidation


Marina Ovsyannikova risked jail by opposing Putin on TV. Here’s why we fear for her | Judith Pallot

The Guardian 18:14 15.03

Russia is well used to turning critics into political prisoners. And its terrible penal system will play a huge part in the repression to come, says Judith Pallot, emeritus professor of geography at Oxford University


Judith Davidoff, Master of Long-Dormant Instruments, Dies at 94

NyTimes 15:07 12.01

A master of the viola da gamba and other stringed instruments, she was a central part of the early-music scene.


A local’s guide to Munich: great museums, taverns (obviously) and a Christmas treat

The Guardian 18:11 11.12

Judith Csiki delights in the city’s art galleries, vibrant music scene, swims in the Isar river ... and sweet, fluffy pancakes


New Zealand opposition leader Judith Collins ousted after move to demote rival backfires

The Guardian 03:11 25.11

New National party leader will be chosen next week, with former Air New Zealand boss Chris Luxon a favourite for the job