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By prospect   April 2005

Loretta Braganza made her first pot at the age of 40, its curves inspired by her training in Indian classical bharat natyam dance. Some of her most sinuous ceramics are at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park from 19th March. Part of the Human Rights Watch film festival, The Refugee All Stars previews at The Ritzy, London, from 20th March. It’s the Buena Vista Social Club recast as the true story of six refugee musicians, survivors of the Sierra Leonean civil war, forming a band in exile. Giovanna Maria Casetta’s themes (or even obsessions) of beauty, celebrity and depression come together in…

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