Rodin and Ancient Greece, An Ideal Husband, Tully and sharp women

On my June MoveTo Town and Country Arts page:

  • Exhibition The British Museum explores Rodin’s relationship with Ancient Greek sculpture
  • Film An unflinching look at motherhood in Tully
  • Theatre Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband – with double the Foxy charm
  • Commuter corner Michelle Dean’s Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion

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Read the latest edition of MoveTo Town and Country here

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