A comparison between the two painters currently on show and their approach to landscape painting
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When you’re having a bad day in London, I’d like to recommend my own, personal remedy, handed down from my design-obsessed hoarder of a mother: the V and A. There’s always more marble-lined nooks to explore in the place, more […]
Solo show by Sue Fletcher, resident artist University of the Creative Arts, Canterbury
a new installation across a series of rooms by London-based artist; until 8th January 2015
If as Bourgeois alludes to in a letterpress work that; Art is a guaranty of sanity is true, then it must be said that being an art student is a guarantee of loosing it. Currently on display at Tate Modern […]
Eight women come together to stitch scrolls.
A short review of the recent exhibition at Glasgow School of Art named ‘Posters of the Cuban Revolution’.
we made our go and see visit to grizedale to see and experience the sculpture and to research what it was like to work outdoors. there were numerous circumstances that influenced the visit to take place in mid September. the weather […]
14 October – 14 December 2014
“a unique and powerful collection of surreal, controversial and provocative art.”
Katie Paterson is a time traveller.
Visitors cautiously enter the quite ordinary, but hallowed interior of the city’s Conservatoire.
A Review of the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale by Vassiliki Tzanakou Curator and Political Scientist & Israel Hurtado Cola Architect & Writer
Having set the bar so high recently with his Torqued Ellipses and the Gestaltkunstwerk, The Matter of Time at the Guggenheim Bilbao, the question arises as to whether Richard Serra can continually raise sculptural parameters? It is a tough challenge […]
Making visible the breath of patients and staff at the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals open until 22 November 9-5pm.
9 Oct – 2 Nov
Gallery Hours Thurs to Sun 11am -5pm
Late Opening Friday 31Oct 6pm – 8-30pm – Informal Curator/Artists’ talk, ‘Personal History as Muse’
Site specific interventions
All hail the King! The heavyweight champ is in town, with the other contender to the throne also due in London at Gagosian from October the 11th. Anselm Kiefer is lead to Richard Serra’s steel. But for now it’s all […]
Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone – it’s time for the Turner Prize and the media’s annual attempt at creating contemporary arts own funeral. Roll on the cheap Warhol allusions – Ciara Phillips screen-prints are sure to draw […]
The Crossing literally opens Denis O’Connor’s show Defining a Line, by forcing viewers to walk between the gateway of its dual ladders, and underneath a lightening streak that bridges the gap. Atop is miniscule chair, equidistant between the two poles […]
It’s just one room, but what a room. Fifty years of work are condensed into what could stand as a mini retrospective of Frank Auerbach’s work. The landscapes are mostly the familiar subjects of Primrose Hill and Camden Town: Mornington […]
Rebecca Travis reflects on Northern Film and Media’s pilot project Connect/Exchange launched earlier this year.
A comparison between two ‘late’ work shows
5-11 September 2014 / An exhibition of works by 19 painters enrolled on the 2014 Turps Correspondence Course.
Walking through this engaging retrospective at the Tate is like seeing someone’s purpose come into focus and then slowly dissipate again. A slightly overloaded first room shows Malevich trying out various styles of his time including Impressionism, Fauvism and Symbolism. […]