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Neither Use Nor Ornament

A diverse exhibition of work from a group of neurodiverse artists engaged in Painting, Sculpture, Installation, Performance, Objects, ideas and the self.

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Giacomo

Alex Hetherington’s review of Ally Wallace’s Giacomo residency and exhibition.

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‘Of Stars and Chasms’ – Hannah Luxton and Julie F Hill

‘……..an exhibition that explores contemporary notions of the sublime: the human capacity
of feeling when presented with the vastness, obscurity and the terror of the unknown, subsumed into awe when seen from the safe distance of the viewer’s perspective’.

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Lost you for a sec

Lost you for a sec was exhibited at Phoenix Gallery, Leicester, in September 2018, it is a new collaboration by Paul Hughes (Nottingham, UK), Sam Pardes (New York, USA) and Eunji Sung (Seoul, South Korea).

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“Footfall”

Work from a community project designed to increase public awareness of Kaleidoscope Gallery

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Prospecting Symposium Review by Gabrielle Hoad

Supported by Visual Art South West, Exeter based writer & artist Gabrielle Hoad received writing bursary to review the ‘Prospecting’ Artists Symposium in Somerset. Images by London based artist Léonie Hampton.

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Border Controls

    ‘Border Controls’is an exhibition considered within the shadow of increasingly restricted borders and political controls with regard to migration and the increasing isolationism seen both here in the UK (with Brexit) as well as the wider geographical tensions […]

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The Infinite, Happy Game

The art of iconic Georgian artist, Levan Lagidze whose exhibition ‘Bach Exercises’ runs from 19 November – 8 December 2018

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Looking At Art With Alex Katz

American painter looks at his favourite artists. Never has writing about the great artists been so concise, so precise, and so insightful.

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Patrick Heron

The first major show of Patrick Heron’s work for 20 years has toured from Tate St Ives to Turner Contemporary, where it’s joined by previously unseen work

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