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General Practice [gP] is an artist-led, experimental project space in Lincoln. Driven by collaborative activity it seeks to promote exchange with wider artist-led initiatives, stimulate critical discourse and through its programme of exhibitions, events and workshops sustain an engaged visual […]

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HOW MANY ABSTRACT PAINTINGS DO WE NEED TO SEE IN THE WORLD, REALLY?

TESTING 1,2,1,2   The argument over Abstraction in art (especially painting) still drags on. In Elephant magazine, issue 29 (Winter 2016/17), the prestigious American painter Kerry James Marshall makes some interesting, if debateable, comments on “Abstract picture making” as little […]

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The Human Condition

A group of artists respond to the theme ‘The Human Condition’. Garry Barker, Leeds College of Art and Design, writes a review.

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Bill Viola

Bill Viola has a reputation as one of the pioneers of video art. Not only has he been making work since the 1970s, but he is one of the few who have managed to cross over into the mainstream imaginary, […]

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Plymouth Art Weekender

The inaugural Plymouth Art Weekender took place in a range of venues and public locations throughout the ocean city between 25-27 September 2015. Pippa Koszerek considers projects from the Crafts Council, Karst, The Alamo Project, Plymouth Arts Centre and Royal William Yard.

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The Fading Afterglow of Creation: Dave Briggs, Jack Squires

There is a scene in Steven Spielberg’s E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), where, after the eponymous aliens’ discovery by the authorities, the protagonist Elliott’s house is hermetically sealed, covered in plastic and invaded by government agents in boiler suits, quaranting the inhabitants. A […]

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Connect/Exchange

Rebecca Travis reflects on Northern Film and Media’s pilot project Connect/Exchange launched earlier this year.

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Piet Mondrian (1872-1944), Composition with Grid 8: Checker board Composition with Dark Colours, 1919
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Mondrian and Colour

At the end of this show there is a small display of commercial items (and no, I’m not referring to the gift shop). Photographs of models wearing angular dresses are shown next to a box of tissues and other goods. […]

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