20 March 2013

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SOL LEWITT’S LINES OF THOUGHT

Lines  – A Brief History or Une brève histoire des lignes Lines are evolving at the Centre Pompidou Metz: lines of thought by artists on lines, even climbing walls, or suspended in space. ‘Lines  – A Brief History’ or Une brève histoire des lignes is very well curated by Hélène Guenin, and Christian Briend, as […]

1 October 2012

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Giuseppe Penone An Interaction Between Humans And Nature – Review

The Whitechapel Gallery is something of a miracle: a public funded Modern Art gallery whose exhibitions are, for the most part, what the public’s caricaturish idea of Modern Art is. I don’t mean this as a slur on either the public or the Whitechapel Gallery. “The Public” seem to be proved right by the annual […]

21 August 2012

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Giuseppe Penone New Exhibition For September Whitechapel Gallery

A new exhibition of the work of the Italian artist Giuseppe Penone is going into the Whitechapel Gallery in September. Over the past 45 years Penone has examined our relationship to nature. For the latest Bloomberg Commission, the Whitechapel  unveils a twelve metre bronze cast of a tree, with a radiant gold-leaf interior, which will […]