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Travelogue

Ruth Pringle’s review of Ally Wallace’s solo exhibition at Art Gene.

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[safe] at HOME

A visual art exhibition of work directly inspired by, or work considered appropriate to, Todd Haynes’ 1995 film Safe.

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Barthes and Quaife

Artist Magnus Quaife dismantles French thinker and literary theorist Roland Barthes’ heartfelt imitations of painter Cy Twombly’s work.

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Steventon-578
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Sounds of Home Suite Lecture Recital

Hats off to Paula Boulton 10th August 2015. Paula Boulton wears a fetching pink hat. Those fortunate enough to work with her before and after this date will also know she has many hats in her creative wardrobe: musician; director; […]

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Eddie Peake at the Curve

“This is disgusting” – were the words of a middle-aged man as he fled the scene of Eddie Peake’s solo show Forever Loop at the Barbican Curve. Indeed, Eddie’s work is essentially synonymous with nudity nowadays, so I did expect […]

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Alloys of ‘Wrong’: Lister at the Tate

The first thing to note is that ‘The Tate’ in this instance is a shed in an Ilkley backyard. While it’s not just any shed – but in fact a seasonally open, non-commercial gallery slowly building a good reputation- it […]

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Graham Fagen's artwork, Scotland+Venice, Venice BIennale 2015
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Weary, O.

It is a dreich November day, a day when the whole country is shrouded in mist, perhaps as the aftermath of Halloween or just the reality of autumn. I have the chance to escape and listen to Graham Fagen talking […]

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Unearthed

Review of new work by Simon Lee Dicker in response to a residency at the Twineworks in West Coker

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Still Life (Betamale)
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In a Galaxy far, far away

Slip off your shoes, submerge into a ball pit and watch a film of … well I am not entirely sure. Sometimes, art is just fucking weird, but at Jon Rafman’s solo show at Zabludowicz Collection, I caught a glimpse […]

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Rachel Howard: At Sea

The display of Rachel Howard’s recent work at the Hastings branch of the Jerwood Gallery feels like a strangely divided affair, the paintings falling into two quite distinct groups. The more compelling set, smaller in scale, are mainly concerned with […]

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