Search Results for "sue hubbard"

28 April 2022

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Cornelia Parker: Cold Dark Matter 1991 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Cornelia Parker exploded a garden shed with the help of the British army. She'd contacted them for advice and was invited to the Army...

21 April 2022

London Art Fair 2022 A New Seriousness – Sue Hubbard

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the art world. Fairs have been cancelled, galleries closed and artists confined to their studios. The London Art...

21 March 2022

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Anish Kapoor: Svayambh – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

In the fine elegance of Burlington House, with all its associations of white privilege, Anish Kapoor's lumbering train conjured images of India's overcrowded railway...

13 February 2022

Louise Bourgeois: Vision Of The Safe Womb – Hayward Gallery – Sue Hubbard

is a mythmaker and a storyteller. A chronicler of the self who has used her life to create narratives that speak of female desire

27 January 2022

Francis Bacon: Birth Copulation And Death – Royal Academy – Sue Hubbard

If there is one image that Bacon made his own above any other, it is the mouth contorted in a scream or grimace.

25 January 2022

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Frank Auerbach: Head of E.O.W.II – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

The painter Frank Auerbach, sent in 1939 to England learned years later, that his parents had perished in Auschwitz.

18 December 2021

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Marlene Dumas: Oscar Wilde and Bosie – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Marlene Dumas' portraits of the writer Oscar Wilde (1854–1900) and his young lover, Lord Alfred Douglas (1870–1945), known as 'Bosie', illustrate that social attitudes...

30 November 2021

Lubaina Himid: So Many Competing Ideas Tate Modern – Sue Hubbard

She’s the oldest artist to have won the Turner Prize (she is now 67). Born in Zanzibar, Lubaina Himid returned

Richard Wilson 20:50 Significant Works First Created 1987 – Sue Hubbard

Richard Wilson 20:50: Nearly one-hundred-and-five years after Marcel Duchamp’s porcelain urinal was daubed with the pseudonym ‘R..Mutt.'

20 October 2021

Alice Maher Rachel Fallon Explore The Magdalene – Sue Hubbard

Sue Hubbard visited Dublin to see The Map: A Collaboration by Alice Maher and Rachel Fallon at Rua Red Gallery. If you were born in...

2 October 2021

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Turner Prize 2021: A Collective Experience – Sue Hubbard

In a year dominated by the pandemic, it was decided not to award the Turner Prize to an individual but to a collective.

29 September 2021

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Chris Ofili: The Holy Virgin Mary – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Mayor Rudy Giuliani - threatened to close it on the grounds that the image of Chris Ofili's The Holy Virgin Mary was religiously...

13 September 2021

Shape Chroma: Katrina Blannin, Caroline List, Laurence Noga At Tension Fine Art By Sue Hubbard

 Shape Chroma: Tension London: Newton and Goethe famously disagreed on the genesis of colour. Most commentary assumes Goethe was wrong.

1 September 2021

Sean Scully: Paul 1984 Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

To interpret, through paint, what verbal language cannot. No contemporary painter does this better than Sean Scully.

9 August 2021

Rachel Whiteread: House 1993 Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Rachel Whiteread approached the last tenant, retired docker Sydney Gale to explain her desire to make an artwork out of his old home.

Paula Rego: The Policeman’s Daughter 1987 Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

In an era when modernism was dictating that painting should abandon all connection to narrative, Paula Rego

11 June 2021

Cacophony: Four Iranian Artists AB-ANBAR Cromwell Place – Sue Hubbard

Few in the West will have been to Tehran. We are either likely to think of an exotic Persia full of sultans and hareems

24 May 2021

Eileen Agar: A Surrealist Trailblazer Whitechapel Gallery – Sue Hubbard

As a new young arts writer, I once went to Eileen Agar’s flat in Kensington. I honestly didn’t know who she was at that...

13 May 2021

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Cecily Brown: The Girl Who Had Everything 1998 SIGNIFICANT WORKS – Sue Hubbard

What would Turner think? Would he even have recognised the artist collectives nominated for this year’s prize in his name as art?

Mona Hatoum: The Light at the End 1989 Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

I first saw Mona Hatoum’s installation The Light at the End at The Showroom in East London in 1989.

2 March 2021

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Mark Wallinger State Britain 2007 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

In this series, Sue Hubbard explores Mark Wallinger State Britain 2007 an artwork and Turner Prize winning exhibition at the Tate Gallery.

9 February 2021

Tony Bevan RA Head 2004 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Among contemporary painters, none has investigated what it is that makes us individual and human more eloquently than Tony Bevan.

7 January 2021

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Richard Long: A Line Made By Walking 1967 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

In 1967, Richard Long a young Bristol artist made a line in the grass of a field by walking backwards and forwards and called...

Jenny Saville Propped 1992 Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Not long after Jenny Saville had left art school in Glasgow. As yet she was unwritten about and unknown. I was taken aback by...

Mary Wollstonecraft: A Lumpen Statue By Maggie Hambling – Sue Hubbard

It's been quite a year for statues. Normally no more than street furniture that no one bothers to look at - old white men...

2 November 2020

Jock McFadyen RA Popular Enclosure, 2005 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Jock McFadyen is the psycho-geographer of the visual art world. ‘The laureate’, as Ian Sinclair has suggested, ‘of stagnant canals, filling stations and night...

1 November 2020

Zanele Muholi Explores A Black Queer And Trans South Africa – Sue Hubbard

"I am re-writing a Black Queer and Trans visual history of South Africa for the world to know of our existence, resistance and persistence"...

8 October 2020

Royal Academy’s Free Of Bombast Summer/ Winter Exhibition  – Sue Hubbard

The Royal Academy Summer Show has an unbroken record. Still, this year, due to the pandemic, it’s being held in the winter rather than...

1 October 2020

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Rachel Howard: Suicide Drawings – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Rachel Howard’s Suicide Paintings were first shown at the Bohen Foundation in NY, in 2007 and the following year at London’s Haunch of Venison...

Significant Works: A New Series Of Contemporary Art Essays By Sue Hubbard

In this new series, Sue Hubbard explores single works by leading contemporary artists.

1 September 2020

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Marc Quinn: Alison Lapper Pregnant 2005 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

 Marc Quinn: Alison Lapper Pregnant 2005: From gym ads to dating apps, from T.V. programmes on plastic surgery to how to look ten years...

2 August 2020

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Peter Doig: White Canoe 1990/1 – Significant Works – Sue Hubbard

Born in Scotland and raised in Trinidad and Canada, Peter Doig is widely considered one of the most renowned contemporary figurative painters of his...