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Hetain Patel
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Doug Fishbone’s Leisure Land

As an artist and parent, I spend a lot of time thinking about how art can function to both engage both myself, as a 50’s something artist and my 7 year old daughter. As a show Doug Fishbone’s ‘Leisure land […]

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Ben Rivers – The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers

To enter the space inhabited by Ben Rivers’ The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers – a joint commission by Artangel and The Whitworth – is to walk into a set of a set. The exhibition toys with ideas of narrative, […]

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Hollow by Jenny Hall, photo by Keith Morris
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HOLLOW

Installation by Jenny Hall
Photo by Keith Morris

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War Damaged Musical Instruments

War Damaged Musical Instruments. Susan Philipsz. Fourteen large speakers, strategically placed throughout the expanse of Tate Britain’s Duveen Gallery, emanate evocative sounds. Initially it is difficult to know where the cries are coming from. As you move towards one speaker, you […]

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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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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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