A review: Women’s Study Day 3rd March 2019
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Alex Hetherington’s review of Ally Wallace’s Giacomo residency and exhibition.
‘……..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’.
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).
Alan Rutherford visits a Belfast arts space for the first time, to find a solo shows that connects the artists practice and visual language to the area.
Work from a community project designed to increase public awareness of Kaleidoscope Gallery
Leon Robinson (University of Glasgow) writing on artist Ally Wallace’s work and the subject of his Glasgow International 2010 project, Modblocks.
Next in the series of The Language of Clay touring shows.
OSR Projects Weather Station 2018 – Elaine Fisher / Alexander Stevenson / Laura Hopes / Simon Lee Dicker –
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.
‘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 […]
The art of iconic Georgian artist, Levan Lagidze whose exhibition ‘Bach Exercises’ runs from 19 November – 8 December 2018
A review of an “augmented soundwalk” experienced in Bristol city centre at 7pm on 27th October.
Prospecting: new directions and territories for artists’ practice
Symposium held on 1st November 2018.
A response to Anne-Mie Melis’ SLOW LANDSCAPE exhibition at ArcadeCardiff
American painter looks at his favourite artists. Never has writing about the great artists been so concise, so precise, and so insightful.
A short reaction to Christian Marclay’s ‘The Clock’ on show at Tate Modern, London, 14 September 2018 – 20 January 2019.
Artists talk about their lives and careers in the art world
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
The full review of the parallel shows, ‘Systems of Philosophy – Wall(paper)s of Mind’ (Annett) which look at the role of ‘paper’ in the contexts of international ‘soft power’ and encryption technology. Supported by Arts Council England.
The work tours to France in December.
A review of Alex Billingham’s Ashes To Ashes.
“Salons of the same quality as we witnessed on 20th April 2018 in Margate are the reason why these gatherings of restless creative minds generate so much energy and collective knowledge.”
Newspaper coverage of my art exhibition August/September 2018
Text-based art from the Golden Age of 1960s conceptual art comes to Cambridge
Taking the outdoor shoes off, dusting off the photo album, the ogling guests and that jarring Uncle – finding the familiar at the 10th Berlin Biennale.