15 August 2011

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A Short Talk By Matthew Lee Knowles

In this ten minute talk I discuss the importance of a particular aspect of my work, which can be linked clearly to science, philosophy, biology, art, poetry, life and music.   I talk of complexity and of the audible, visual and philosophical in music.  Dotted within are quotations, facts, opinions and suggestions.  It is intended […]

12 August 2011

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Why should I buy original Art?

Why buy an original piece of art work, when you can buy an inexpensive print? When it comes right down to it, creating a piece of art is a mystery. No artist, no matter how articulate, can explain why a particular work of art was created. By buying an art work you buy a piece […]

2 August 2011

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Simon Hopkinson Offers an Alternative Trail

How many times have you walked the same path, crossed the same street, looked at the same view without ever really seeing it? Art is often a way of helping us to see things in a different, sometimes truer, way, and this is never more the case than with Simon Hopinson’s 2011 exhibitions.A recent exhibitor […]

2 August 2011

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A Bristol Painter

Artist Simon Hopkinson has a unique way of looking at Bristol’s city streets, picking out some unlikely areas to photograph and then paint. Subways, wastelands, derelict buildings and rusting bridges all catch his eye, and then he transforms them into atmospheric paintings that give you a sense of the melancholic peace of these areas. Presenting […]

2 August 2011

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Cell63 Artgallery Offers

Jeff Faerber open edition Booklet 3€. Lars Henkel Booklet limited edition on 100 for 5€. Visit our website www.cell63.com to purchase it! Now available at Cell63 also Francesco D´Isa small canvas for 49,-€. Email us to purchase it.

25 July 2011

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Art Coma #12

Are you a See-er? How deeply does your expression of vision take you on the experience of yourself? Does seeing and listening to your internal world have a direct relationship to your creativity and self expression? How clear is your vision and your ability to listen to others, your self and the world around you? […]

25 July 2011

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Tom Estes – ‘Overlords’ at Art Basel

15- 19th of ~June 2011    Location:  The Agency of Unrealised Ideas, The Kopfbau, Hall 1 BuildingMesseplatz Basel (entrance through Time/Bank currency exchange)  Following on from The Biennial Project’s Boston Online Biennial 2011 and The VIP Opening Reception for the opening week of the 54th Venice Biennale, Tom Estes’ work ‘Overlords’ will be displayed in The […]

25 July 2011

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Tom Estes at The 54th Venice Biennale

   Location:  The Biennial Project VIP Opening Reception at The 54th Venice Biennale, The Villa Giardino Segreto, Calle degli Ormesini, Sestiere di Cannaregio 1484 A, Venezia, Italia. Tom Estes’ work ‘Overlords’ was displayed in a digital producion during The Biennial Project’s VIP Opening Reception for the opening week of the 54th Venice Biennale. The Venice Biennale (Biennale […]

25 July 2011

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social art project

“FREEDOM”My project was meant to eradicate a social problem –of neglecting the girl child. Through the platform of sowing seeds, I presented a slide show and site-specific work of famous women personalities to the villagers and propagated the social message of educating and encouraging the girl child, promoting her wellbeing and all rounded development. My […]

22 July 2011

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Spotlight on Jina Wallwork by Tread Softly Ink

Jina Wallwork studied art at Staffordshire University where she received a BA(hons) degree in Fine Art.  She has exhibited her artwork in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. In January 2011, as part of a project by the artist John Baldessari, Jina’s name appeared in lights across the Australian Museum in Sydney. […]

18 July 2011

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White Cube Gallery To Launch In China

White Cube The London Gallery owned by Jay Joppling  is to launch a new branch in China next year. The space will be located in Hong Kong. This follows Gagosian Gallery’s decision to open in Hong Kong in January 2011 and Art Basel’s takeover of the Hong Kong International Art Fair. The city continues to […]

13 July 2011

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Art as an investment?

History shows us that the greatest artists have constantly re-invented their subject matter, style, and ideas. An Investor will look to buy into the story of the artist and will look for interest and evolution in both the artist and the work. Artists should always challenge themselves to ensure continuing artistic development and create work […]

4 July 2011

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London Group Open 2011

  The London Group Open Exhibition 2011 calls for entries from artists working in any medium. It is from October 20 to November 10 in two parts, at The Cello Factory London SE1, and selected by William Feaver and Jenni Lomax . There are £4000 worth of prizes and all exhibitors will be in the […]

4 July 2011

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Studio Space Available

Studio Space AvailableSuitable for Artists, Crafts, Media, Work Space, Storage etc3m by 3.9m (11.7sqm) and 3.3m by 4.5m (14.85sqm) Height 2.6m10ft by 13ft (130sqft) and 11ft by 15ft (165sqft) Height8ft 9in£55 pw and £70 pw all incSecureSelf Contained24/7 AccessNatural LightFree Off Street ParkingKitchen AreaCommunal GardenWi-FiHello all, Simon here at The Others. 2 studios have just […]

3 July 2011

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Abstracts Art Exhibition Now Online and Ready to View

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that its July 2011 art exhibition is now posted on their website and ready to view.  The theme for the Light Space & Time art exhibition is “Abstracts”.  The gallery received submissions from 16 different countries from around the world and they also received […]

30 June 2011

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You Tube of The Art World?

An Art Fair for individual Artists is a rare beast, but perhaps that is about to change? Invariably Art Fairs are made up of established galleries with established artists, creating a bottleneck whereby new and talented artists cannot be seen, as the galleries prefer to exhibit their established artists with a proven following. Whilst the […]

25 June 2011

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Exposition collective à la VIP Art Galerie

Du 07 juillet au 07 septembre 2011, la VIP Art Galerie expose ses artistes. Philippe CHITARRINI :   Obsédé par la notion de métamorphose et les effets du passage du temps sur l’être vivant, il crée des séries de dessins, de peintures et de sculptures organiques qui nous renvoient aux origines de l’humanité, et qui […]

18 June 2011

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Creative Genius is a Collectible 100 Contemporary Artists Art Book – Yoo Choong Yeul

100 Contemporary Artists in MOT GLOBAL ART BOOKS series Creative Genius is a Collectible 100 Contemporary Artists Art Book for collectors, galleries, museums, dealers and art lovers, who seek the latest trends in the art world.  Over 250  pages, hardcover, 8½”x8½” /22×22 cm, 1000 works. Marketing and distribution is through large book wholesalers and ecommerce […]

16 June 2011

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Future Directions in Photography Andrea Bátorfi

Last night, I was fortunate to be given a glimpse of the future of photography and it was exciting. There was an engrossing talk on Wednesday 15 June at Hoopers Gallery in London EC1 in which Andrea Bátorfi, Hungarian photographer was in conversation with Colin Ford CBE, Curator of the forthcoming Exhibition at the Royal […]

3 June 2011

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – Photography Comes Of Age

I was overjoyed to see that photography has been given pride of place in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition by being positioned boldly in the Wohl Central Hall – the main hall as you enter the Exhibition. This is a daring statement on the part of Christopher Le Brun the main co-ordinator of this year’s […]

2 June 2011

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Ecos de la Selva

Ecos de la Selva       (Forest Echo)   Colombia is a country of contrasts: its geographical features encompass the Amazon rainforest, the Andes and the Caribbean coast. Much of my work as a sculptor derives from organic forms and the visual parallels and resonances I uncover between them and human concerns and relationships. An interest in […]

25 May 2011

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Xenofon Kavvadias ‘The Law is no less conceptual than Fine Art’

Welcome to the ongoing exhibition in Gift 10 VYNER ST! Exhibition dates: May 5th – June 17th   Gift 10 Vyner Street presents a solo exhibition by the prolific artist, Xenofon Kavvadias, fortuitously timed in light of recent world events. Xenofon is interested in exploring the ‘limits of acceptability and the margins of legality’ under […]

18 May 2011

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Art Coma 11

  And I looked in the mirror, and there saw, ‘myself’ Do these words seem familiar? They are said when a child is initiated into Brownies, from about six upwards, you are asked to close your eyes and are turned around twice and then invited to look downwards, where there should be a mirror on […]

16 May 2011

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The Ressurection of Pop Art ?

  Exciting new artist Lisa Andrews whose new collection – The Brits, consisting of four oil on canvas paintings: Amy, Adele, Lily & Paloma, now available as prints, is being hailed as a huge new talent and leading light in the resurrection of Pop Art.   Pop art developed in the early 1960s. Originally a […]

6 May 2011

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Towner – Launch of Artist Designed Membership Card

Launch of artist designed membership cardwith David Dimbleby & Peter Liversidge Friday 13 May 7–9pm Gin Performanceby Peter Liversidge An exciting opportunity to take part in a performance installation, in which Hendrick’s gin and tonic will be offered in glasses etched by the artist. The installation forms part of a one night solo exhibition of […]

2 May 2011

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Grayson Perry RA – NEW ROYAL ACADEMICIAN ELECTED

NEW ROYAL ACADEMICIAN ELECTED The Royal Academy of Arts is pleased to announce that Grayson Perry was elected a Royal Academician in the category of Printmaking at a recent General Assembly. Grayson Perry RA Born in Chelmsford in 1960, Grayson Perry received his BA in Fine Art from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1982. He works in a variety of […]

21 April 2011

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The Art of Not Making – The new artist/artisan relationship

A book for Thames & Hudson by Michael Petry This new book by Michael Petry titled; “The Art of Not Making” explores the work of men and women whose production is seen within a fine art context, yet features crafted objects fabricated by others.  It examines the relationship between fine artists who use crafted objects […]

12 April 2011

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Joan Miro New Exhibition Tate Modern For 2011

Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape 14 April  –  11 September 2011 About | Visiting information | Book tickets This major review of one of the twentieth century’s greatest artists, Joan Miró (1893–1983), will be the first retrospective of his work to be held in London for almost 50 years.  Focusing on his political engagement, the exhibition sets […]

31 March 2011

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Art Coma #9

Statement in respect of the attempted Annihilation of the Ego as a Contemporary Artist This week I decided to explore, the letting go of the academic, hedonistic, critical artistic ego. It became important for me to do this as an artist as I allowed its government over my artistic expression. This governmental system, was encouraged […]

28 March 2011

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The Shape we’re in – Zabludowicz Collection

Featured across three idiosyncratic sites – the former Methodist chapel in Kentish town, London, home to the Zabludowicz Collection; a few vacant shops in Camden, London; and the 33rd floor of a skyscraper on New York’s time square -The Shape we’re in showcases recent sculptures and installations by 22 emerging and established contemporary artists. The […]

25 March 2011

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Transformation and Revelation UK Design for Performance

“I was looking for a way to objectify the life of a monk. The idea of containment or seclusion versus infinite extension was the principal behind the making of the boxes. The boxes are 60 x 60 x 180cm, and the idea was to find a size that would fit the monks of varying ages, […]

22 March 2011

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AA Bronson and Peter Hobbs “Queer Spirits” Book Launch

AA Bronson and Peter Hobbs Invocation of the Queer Spirits invoked historical queer and marginalized practices as a way to heal the past, critique the present, and project a more creative future.Invocation of the Queer Spirits sought to evoke the spirits of the marginalized populations that played a formative role in culture. The events, which […]