[The Guardian] - Tony Blair is one of our least painted prime ministers – and if he were to visit a new exhibition by former war artist John Keane, he would probably be quite glad about that. Keane's portraits of Blair, though striking, are far from flattering.
[The Independent] - John Keane's abstract portrait of the former PM appearing at the Chilcot Inquiry forms the centrepiece of his new exhibition at Flowers, London. Keane, who was the Imperial War Museum's official artist during the Gulf War, was apparently once asked to
[The Independent] - He's great at observing and absorbing things. Alexei Sayle is compèring a series of Tuesday-night shows from 17 January to 7 February at Soho Theatre, London W1 (sohotheatre.com). John Keane's new solo show, Scratching the Surface.
[Dudley News] - He went into the clash as an odds-on favourite and while most ringside pundits and observers making him the clear winner, judges Richie Davies and Ian John-Lewis favoured Williams and , with only judge John Keane having Norton the winner