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9 February 2010

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Vicky Richardson talks to artist Danny Rolph about his love of architecture and his instalation for Blueprint’s new office in the city of london.

A reader of Blueprint, artist Danny Rolph has created an instalation for the magazine’s new headquarters off Fleet Street. The painting, Asquith,forms part of...

9 February 2010

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About an abstract from a larger hole

There is a quality about Danny Rolph’s images that could be described as protozoan. That association at first seems surprising because the proliferation of...

5 February 2010

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Trinidad – Creative new beginnings for Chris Ofili – Tate Britains Retrospective Exhibition

Trinidad – Creative new beginning for Chris Ofili – Tate Britain’s Retrospective Exhibition.         Still in his early 40’s Chris Ofili has presented a...

3 February 2010

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Libidinal Erasures (The Good/Bad Girl)

Kirsty Buchanan’s practice negotiates a shifting miasma between a performative drawing space which explores both erotic longing and the embarrassment associated with this exploration....

1 February 2010

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The Empire Strikes Back- Saatchi & Saatchi’s Contemporary Art from India

The Empire Strikes Back – Saatchi & Saatchi’s exhibition of Contemporary Art from India and Pakistan   The Exhibition is a display of Social...

30 January 2010

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Organic Form Impressions

Trying to understand the phenomenon of an Organic Form in the Built Environment, I have made a series of paintings which would fall into...

29 January 2010

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Simulacrum Journal October 2009 Privé ; for your eyes only

A glimpse beyond the interstice- separating the public and private domain Donna Wolf   One often wonders, where the public domain stops and the...

28 January 2010

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Balancing Familes in Stone

Balancing Familes in Stone A Conversation with Boaz Vaadia A sculptor who grew up on a farm, Boaz Vaadia is inspired by the nature...

28 January 2010

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Tony Blair’s Most Controversial Photo Shock and Awe 2010

This is perhaps the most telling photo of Tony Blair ever presented on the net. Artist Richard Hamilton’s ‘Shock and Awe’ © 2010 sums...

27 January 2010

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Alexander::Beck

Kate Beck :: Art Notes Visual Art blog about contemporary fine art http://katebeckstudio.blogspot.com/    

27 January 2010

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Istanbul Europen City of Culture 2010

European City of Capital Culture Istanbul 2010   One Port for two Continents – We will always have Paris? Written by Juliette Goddard MARCA...

27 January 2010

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The people’s landscape–Steven Baris and Kim Beck at Pentimenti

http://fallonandrosof.blogspot.com/2008/11/peoples-landscape-steven-baris-and-kim.html Tuesday, November 11, 2008 New work from Steven Baris, a perennially interesting artist, is also up at Pentimenti. In his pair of exhibits,...

24 January 2010

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Contemporary Art by Carlos Rezende: Holly Armishaw (in English translation)

no reflex all that structures me, those arms, these legs, these extended hips, hair, eyes, horizontal arteries, veins, all these skins, these atmosphere between...

24 January 2010

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The Absinthe Drinkers – by Mark Mushet for VR Magazine

“Once upon a time , portraits of boho absinthe drinkers were common, with the most famous by Desgas and Picasso.Now that BC liquor stores...

24 January 2010

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Les Mondes Frax 4-D

According to French art critic, Jean-Francois Lyotard, in his essay “What is Post-Modernism?” he writes, “It must be clear that it is our business...

24 January 2010

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Holly Armishaw – Silencieux

“Silencieux” (see album) This body of work is the result of an inner dialogue that “re-presents” astruggle between many influencing factors. The most pressing is...

24 January 2010

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Richard Haden: A look at Holly Armishaw

“Silencieux” (see album) This body of work is the result of an inner dialogue that “re-presents” astruggle between many influencing factors. The most pressing is...

24 January 2010

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Arte Contemporanea by Carlos Rezende “Monologue para Holly Armishaw” (in Portuguese)

Tudo o que me estrutura,esses braços, essas pernas, essas ancas alongadas, cabelos, olhos, artérias horizontais, veias, todas essas peles, essa atmosfera entre nós.O que...

24 January 2010

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Mark Houghton by Chris Brown

  One of the perennial criticisms levelled at the white cube gallery is its dissociative relationship with the ‘real world’. By minimizing any unnecessary...

14 January 2010

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Report on London Art Fair Art Projects Photo50 2010

The London Art Fair opened last night with the sort of celebrity studded private view that defies all reports of an economic downturn. It...

9 January 2010

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American Artist Kenneth Noland Dies Age 85

Kenneth Noland  1924-2010 Studied at Black Mountain College, North Carolina, 1946-48, and with Ossip Zadkins in Paris, 1948-49. Taught at the Institute of Contemporary...

7 January 2010

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Kathy Acker Memorial Page

This page is dedicated to the memory of the late great Kathy Acker. We have left this page open for anyone wanting  to write...

5 January 2010

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Centre for Experimental Art and Communication Toronto 1973-1980

The Centre for Experimental Art and Communication (CEAC) was founded in Toronto in 1975 by Amerigo Marras, Bruce Eves and Ron Gillespie, as an...

1 January 2010

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Top 10 London Art exhibitions of 2009

ArtLyst’s Top 10 exhibitions of 2009 1)Anish Kapoor 2) Roger Hiorns 3). John Baldessari 4) The Museum of Everything 5) Gerhard Richter Portraits 6)...

26 October 2009

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Gormley’s One & Other Comes To A Close

One & Other came to a close last week, after 100 days and nights. 2,400 people from the Shetland Islands to Penzance to take ...

22 October 2009

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Frieze / Zoo / Pavilion Round Up

The Frieze Art Fair was established six years ago in London’s Regent’s Park and now ranks among the most important international art events in...

15 October 2009

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Top 100 ‘Most Influential People in the Art World’ 2009

Well, It’s that time of year again and the word is out from ArtReview magazine in its annual Power 100 list, which is released...

1 October 2009

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Police Censor Richard Prince Photograph At Tate Modern

Tate  vs  Nanny State You really have to ask yourself, is this 1960? Just how far have we come as a nation when an...

6 September 2009

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Abu Dhabi Overtakes Dubai

New Culture Capital Emerges Paul Carter Robinson explores Abu Dhabi is rapidly moving ahead of rival Dubai by initiating a far more interesting cultural...

4 September 2009

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Canvas Art – The Accessibility

Art is far more accessible to buy and view right now. Even famous works of art are being loaned out to local galleries so...

25 August 2009

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Daily Telegraph ‘Outraged’ By Government Spending On Art

Details obtained through the freedom of information act has revealed that the government has spent £556,911 in the past 12 months on a selection...

23 August 2009

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Banksy Superstar Kate Moss

If Warhol were alive today he would have splashed Kate Moss all over the cover of Interview Magazine not to mention immortalize her in...