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30 April 2010

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GASPARE MANOS: PEREGRINATIONS IN PAINTING by Alan Jones

GASPARE MANOS: PEREGRINATIONS IN PAINTING “Ich muss die Woerter einzeln lieben lernen, so wie Cézanne die Farben, damit ich sie wiederholten setzen kann„ Peter...

25 April 2010

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Continuum

CONTINUUM written by Mik Godley Review of Marek Tobolewski, Continuum exhibition at The Hive Gallery, Barnsley UK   Originally for Nottingham Visual Arts November...

18 April 2010

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Latest London Art Reviews

Paul Carey-Kent Previously Editor at Large, Art World Magazine Art Exhibitions • Events • Galleries By Paul Carey-Kent 29 July 2011 ‘Anthology’ at CHARLIE...

15 April 2010

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Great Realism And Great Abstraction In One: On Li Yan’s Paintings

(View original article at www.galerie-ling.de/en) Until today people still tend to distinguish between “figurative” and “abstract” painting based on whether it depicts anything. But...

13 April 2010

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Is Art Green?

This article was first published in Welsh Art now in 2008     We are all aware of the term food miles and some...

6 April 2010

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The Split Kingdom

Certain motifs recur in these small works, subtly changing, half reappearing, as if they are not so much instances of the same things as...

3 April 2010

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Transporter

An Exhibition RememberedTransporter V22 Ashwin Street, The basement project space 18 January – 24 February 2008 It was on concurrently at V22 with Jasper...

3 April 2010

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Anish Kapoor Tower Of Babel Planned For London 2012 Olympics

    Anish Kapoor has designed Britain’s largest piece of public sculpture, a 120 metre tall interwoven tower that people will be able to...

2 April 2010

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Alex Pearl, Impressions of Antarctica by Coline Milliard

  When I dream about eating: as I bite into the apple, donut, whatever, there is always nothing there. I’ve always wanted to make...

1 April 2010

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Simple Systems, Complex behaviours – Sound Sculptures and Installations by Zimoun

“The sound sculptures and installations of Zimoun are graceful, mechanized works of playful poetry, their structural simplicity opens like an industrial bloom to reveal...

30 March 2010

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Courtauld Institute : Cuts Challenge Witt Library

Many paintings dealers have expressed their concern about changes introduced to the operation of the Witt Library by the management of the Courtauld Institute...

25 March 2010

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British Contemporary Art to Suffer In Darling’s Latest Budget

One of the cuts concealed in Alastair Darling’s budget yesterday was a staggering £60 million in funds earmarked for the arts slashed from the...

22 March 2010

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Ross McLaren Canadian Artist : Spotlight

I knew Ross as a filmmaker, collaborator and the founder of the Funnel, the most important locale for experimental film in Canada. It wasn’t...

21 March 2010

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Tools : Stuff : Art

Tools     :     Stuff   :     Art   ‘Before starting work I walk around it several times accompanied by myself. ‘       Between...

17 March 2010

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Save Old Art Gallery Leamington Spa from the developers

10 Downing Street e- Petition   CAW dedicate the needs of disadvantaged, excluded groups in our community, people coping with learning disabilities and mental...

15 March 2010

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Save The ICA London

  Join The Campaign : ‘Save The ICA London’ Click Here                           ...

10 March 2010

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Press Release for ‘Liminal’ an exhibition by Katayoun Dowlatshahi

  Press Release / 25th January 2010 SPACE University of Portsmouth Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth   One of only a handful of...

1 March 2010

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Banksy film Premieres At London’s Waterloo

Banksy is at it again this time in the role of filmmaker. The film titled, “Exit Through The Gift Shop” or “The Worlds First...

24 February 2010

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Henry Moore Tate Britain

   What was it about Moore?   Over the past fifty years there have been several British exhibitions dedicated to Henry Moore the Artist...

24 February 2010

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For Expatriates in China, Creative Lives of Plenty

For Expatriates in China, Creative Lives of Plenty by Dan Levin. NY Times arts page, Sunday, 10th January 2010 THERE was a chill in...

23 February 2010

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New Kieran Timberlake Designed U S Embassy for London

U.S. Embassy London New Building Unveiled U.S. Embassy London Kieran Timberlake Wins Design Competition Kieran Timberlake has won the competition to design the new...

22 February 2010

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SUSAN OLMETTI ABSTRACT ARTIST PRESENTS BROTHER’S AND SISTER’S AND BUBBLES

SUSAN OLMETTI ABSTRACT ARTIST PRESENTS BROTHER’S AND SISTER’S AND BUBBLES Olmetti’s upcoming three abstract art exhibits will highlight:“The Outdoor Girls” Dedicated to My Falling...

22 February 2010

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On The Crocodile Trail, In Edinburgh…

{page:Section1;} –>   Bristol based Artist, Heather Tweed will again be giving residents and visitors to Edinburgh the chance to search for and keep...

15 February 2010

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Direct stone carving

“To begin with, I have no specific target and I do no sketching. Out of limestone rock, I hew a sculpture, a unique one.”Direct...

15 February 2010

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Polychrome sculptures by Pascal françois

Pascal François meets artist Hermann Amann in Avignon. Hermann Amann was the founder of the « Nouvelle Pigmentation » movement. In 2001, they decided to open...

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...