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In 1980, a retrospective of the artist at the Museum of Modern Art in New York captivated Hockney.
To celebrate a retrospective box set, entitled Nothing Has Changed, Bowie has released a video for one of two new songs included.
“When Tibor died we did a retrospective of MCo., and the lamp was the last thing you saw,” she says.
Frank Gehry is enjoying a major moment: his retrospective is in full swing in Paris and his latest creation opens today.
Hopper (1882-1967), had his first major retrospective at the Whitney in 1964.
But statutes which merely alter the procedure, if they are in themselves good statutes, ought to be retrospective.
It is always to be remembered that retrospective legislation is bad in principle only when it affects the substantive law.
Statutes creating new crimes or increasing the punishment of old crimes ought in no case to be retrospective.
But the bill against Duncombe really was, what the bill against Fenwick was not, objectionable as a retrospective bill.
Can you not see that the work of falsification which a play demands is of all tasks the most ungrateful?The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson