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9 December 2019

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Sculptor Conrad Shawcross On Space And Time – Interview Paul Carter Robinson 

On the surface, Conrad Shawcross' sculpture retains the appearance of scientific rationality.

3 December 2019

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Recommended London Art Exhibitions December 2019 – Paul Carey Kent

The noted writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent gives us his rolling ten recommended Contemporary and Modern art exhibitions in London now (December 2019).

2 December 2019

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London Art Fair: First UP For The 2020 Art Season

London Art Fair is the UK's oldest established Contemporary art fair. It returns from 22-26 January 2020, bringing museum-quality modern and contemporary art to...

29 November 2019

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Your Art Basel Miami Beach 2019 Everything Guide – Artlyst

The 18th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach takes place in the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Centre from 5-8 December 2019.

21 November 2019

Art and Christianity Awards A Positive New Millennium Legacy – Revd Jonathan Evens

The Art and Christianity Awards are one of the more positive legacies of the new millennium, being set up in 2003 to draw attention...

12 November 2019

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Victor Willing: Two New UK Exhibitions Celebrate His Life And Career

Two new exhibitions of work by the highly regarded painter Victor Willing (1928-1988) are currently on display at Hastings Contemporary and the Turps Gallery...

10 November 2019

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Christopher Clack: Connecting The Material And Immaterial – Interview Revd Jonathan Evens

Christopher Clack says; I have been making images for as long as I can remember, and for as long as I can remember there...

28 October 2019

She Got Her TV Eye On Me Pat Ivers/Emily Armstrong Gonightclubbing at 72 Gallery

An exhilarating multi-media deep dive into the New York punk scene of the late 70s and early 80s, “She Got Her TV Eye On...

19 October 2019

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MICAS Launches International Art Weekend In Valletta Malta

Visiting Valletta Malta is an intoxicating experience for adventurous travellers to the island. It is located just south of Sicily (136 miles) and around...

16 October 2019

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FIAC Paris 46th Edition A Grand Palais Happening – What’s On

As everyone must know by now, FIAC one of Europe's most important fairs opened for the VIP preview today at the Grand Palais in...

14 October 2019

Pallas 100: Legendary Art School Tartu Kunstimuseum Estonia – Jude Cowan Montague

The floors of Tartmus are dedicated to an exhibition to celebrate the centenary of the Pallas Art School which opened in 1919.

10 October 2019

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My Frieze Week 2019 – Zoltan Alexander

From Botticelli to Tillmans. 160 of the world’s leading galleries at Frieze, 130 at Frieze Masters, over 1000 international artists. No sign of the...

10 October 2019

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Tom of Finland: Drawing Beautiful Men Proud To Love Each Other  – Rebecca Larkin

The exhibition Let’s Go Camping with Tom of Finland at Cross Lane Projects celebrates the work and influence of the iconic queer artist and comics creator...

3 October 2019

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Weaver Beaver: Frieze London 2019 – My 10 – Paul Carter Robinson

Frieze London is in full throttle with day two of the previews underway at the time of writing. I spent the first day walking...

29 September 2019

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Best Art Of The 21st Century? – In Your Dreams – Edward Lucie-Smith

Recently the Guardian newspaper here in Britain offered yet another of those 'best of' lists to which both the print press and websites of...

25 September 2019

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London Frieze Week Pull Out Guide 2019 – Artlyst

Welcome to this year's Artlyst Frieze Week 2019 printable pull-out Guide. This is our curated choice of the events not to miss during the...

17 September 2019

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Bahrain Pavilion Shines At The 2019 La Biennale Paris

Le Biennial de Paris is an unusual anomaly of a fair. For one thing, it isn’t actually a biennial as it takes place every...

11 September 2019

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Summer Art Chronicles: Arles, Puglia and Milan – Virginie Puertolas-Syn

I love summer not only because of the weather but although because it is a great time to venture to new territories to discover...

7 September 2019

A Belonging Project And Exiles Loss and Displacement – Revd Jonathan Evens

Matilde Damele creates screenprints on black plastic bin bags, screenprints of migrants on bold backgrounds painted with house paints named after the positivity and...

7 September 2019

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Passaggiatina 2019: Mefiti’s Year – Jude Cowan Montague

For three years, artists Chris Simpson and Jude Cowan Montague have been curating a two-week residency during the second two weeks in August in...

2 September 2019

Twelve London Exhibitions Not To Miss Opening Autumn 2019

Summer is over, but there is much to look forward to this Autumn. Here is the Artlyst guide to twelve exhibitions not to miss...

18 August 2019

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Robert Polidori: Fra Angelico Opus Operantis – Revd Jonathan Evens

William Hood, when writing of Fra Angelico at San Marco, noted that the ‘translucent surfaces’ of the architecture ‘shimmer in the soft currents of...

11 August 2019

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Micky Johnson Collector/Gallerist Behind No 20 Islington A Passionate Eye

Micky Johnson is a Musician, Entrepreneur, and Gallerist. He is also an enthusiastic collector of British Contemporary Art.

4 August 2019

What a Small Museum Can Do That a Big One Can’t Three Exhibits ICA Philadelphia – Isa Freeling

Visiting The Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania reminded me of how important and sometimes more impactful smaller museums are.

30 July 2019

The Evocative Powers of Tove Jansson – Moomin Museum – Tampere Finland – Jude Cowan Montague

The enthusiasm for this cartoon character runs through the arts and writing community internationally. Moomin is not just for children.

25 July 2019

Ten Questions About Ten Years Of Charlie Smith London Zavier Ellis In Conversation With Paul Carter Robinson

Zavier Ellis is the founder and director of CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, a vibrant contemporary art gallery in Shoreditch, London, which is currently celebrating their...

25 July 2019

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Art, Faith, Church Patronage and Modernity – Rev Jonathan Evens

Two recent publications explore the place that religious Art occupied in 20th century Britain. Paul Liss writes in ‘Art, Faith and Modernity’ of the...

23 July 2019

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Hirvitalo: A Hive For Finland’s Experimental Arts With DIY Anarchist Roots – Jude Cowan Montague

Pipoca (Paola de Ramos) invited me to participate in an art exhibition and residency at Hirvitalo, Pispala, Tampere, Finland in July 2019, the theme...

20 July 2019

Queen Victoria: 200 Years Marked With Lavish Buckingham Palace Exhibition

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria, a special exhibition, 'Queen Victoria's Palace' is launched at this year's Summer Opening...

13 July 2019

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Expressionist Prints: From Turmoil To Conflict – Hunterian Glasgow – Leyla Sanai

The unassuming Hunterian Gallery in Glasgow, perched next to the University library, houses stunning paintings by the Glasgow Boys (and Girls) and the Scottish...

12 July 2019

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Cornwall’s Eden Project: A Little-Known Art Collection – Paul Carter Robinson

This Summer Cornwall's Eden Project has unveiled new permanent sculptural works by Julian Opie and Ryan Gander installed in the grounds. This tops up...

7 July 2019

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Leon Kossoff – 1926-2019 – By Edward Lucie-Smith

As already stated on this site, Leon Kossoff’s death on July 4 marked pretty much the end of an epoch. Of the for artists...