The Royal Academy of Arts, the world’s foremost artist and architect-led institution, celebrates two-and-a-half centuries this year, with the unveiling of new exhibition space that will allow it to show more art than ever before.
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For all the talk of fake news, it would be hard to dream up something stranger than the actual events of the past week in the US. And, weirdly, the markets barely shrugged.