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The Drawbridge

A review of The Drawbridge, showing the work of artists who came together online during lockdown and then show their work at the General Office gallery in Stourbridge.

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Colin Higginson: In The Manner In Which It Appears

Colin Higginson – In The Manner In Which It Appears SVA 16th May – 5th June 2021 Caught in the moment by Colin Higginson’s central wall-based work of his show, ‘In The Manner In Which It Appears’ at the gallery […]

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GSA Showcase 2021: School of Fine Art

Glasgow School of Art’s Showcase 2021 includes works by graduating artists from across the school. In this review, originally commissioned by GSA, Chris Sharratt takes a look at the School of Fine Art Showcase.

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Veteran Rebel Looks Back in Paint

One of Britain’s most trenchant social historian artists emerges from a lifetime of ‘self-imposed isolation’ to share his extraordinary exposés of modern life and death

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The Day I Never Met You

A ‘conversation’ between the late Georgian painter Natela Iankoshvili and the contemporary British artist, poet and critic Alexander Adams.

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Rebecca Fortnum: Prosopopoeia: Correspondence

Somewhat unsure I tentatively knock on the door of a terraced house. The address is correct, I have tripled checked it…but there is no sign that there is a gallery here. I am late, but I have let Johnny Golding […]

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Mayfair Sculpture Trail

A sculpture trail of contemporary works installed in iconic squares and locations across the West End. Curated by Mayfair Art Weekend in collaboration with Art in Mayfair. 2-27 June 2021

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Swingphony

Taiwan Pavilion, London Design Bienniale open daily until June 27th

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Henry Ward : ‘BAFFLE’

“I am interested in words that have multiple meanings, multiple ways of being interpreted. I like to use a word that can be both a verb and a noun. Baffle means to bewilder or perplex, but it’s also a restraint to block noise.” Henry Ward

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Elena Thomas: ‘Drawn In’

An online exhibition review: ‘Drawn In’ by Elena Thomas from the Glitterball Showroom, Enköping, Sweden developed by artist Stuart Mayes

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dawn of a new day, Nazir Tanbouli
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Dawn of a New Day

British Egyptian artist Nazir Tanbouli ushered in 2021 with a solo show of paintings at Cairo’s Picasso gallery.

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Islam Zaher: Passive Constructions

Islam Zaher is a painter whose work strongly references sculpture. The paintings in the show Passive Constructions are not pictures ‘of’ sculptures, but they reference sculptural forms and the materiality of objects in space

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