Everything Begins with the Skin
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Everything Begins with the Skin

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Sue Hubbard is a freelance writer specialising in the visual arts. She has written for The Guardian and is a regular contributor to Time Out, The New Statesman and to BBC Radio 4's Kaleidoscope. For many years her home was in a remote valley in the Mendips, Somerset, but she now lives in London, where she runs a stall in Portobello Road, selling eighteenth and nineteenth-c...more
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Sue Hubbard is a freelance art critic, novelist and poet. Twice winner of the London Writers competition she was the Poetry Society’s first-ever Public Art Poet. She was also commissioned by the Arts Council and the BFI to create London’s biggest art poem that leads from Waterloo to the IMAX. Her latest collection Ghost Station was published by Salt Publishing in 2004. Depth of Field, her first no...more
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