Towards the end of March, I was lucky enough to have a tutorial with a visiting Royal Academy MA Student, Anna. As the most recent body of work that Anna is producing is based around the climate crisis, I felt […]
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Here are a few of my favourite things from the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition ?
Designed by David Chipperfield Architects and costing £56m, the Royal Academy’s newly renovated Burlington Gardens site opens to the public today. Fisun Güner finds that even the toilets are elegant and sculptural.
I visited the Abstract Expressionism show at the RA yesterday – it reminded me where my roots lie, but I’m sure as my practice has developed and evolved, I’m more keen to find order in chaos, actually I think I’m […]
The just-opened ‘Abstract Expressionism’ exhibition at the Royal Academy chronicles a key moment in 20th century art, presenting some of the period’s most iconic works. Fisun Güner reflects on the significance of this last great age of the artist as hero and tortured genius.
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I found Ai Wei Wei a rather over-hyped affair, whilst my Fine Art colleagues seemed to be buzzing after seeing an art celebrity’s work I felt rather flat. To summarise my thinking; seeing Ai Wei Wei at the Royal […]
I can not help myself – when engaging with something new I turn to books. This time I am trying to track down books on creative uses of feathers. As yet there seems to be very little on the subject […]
Joseph Cornell was the subject of the last blog post, and it’s very fitting indeed for The Museum of Object Research to run another post dedicated to this remarkable object artist. It’s a particular pleasure to provide a link to […]
http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/jul/05/joseph-cornell-wanderlust-review-exquisite-curiosities I am in awe at the beauty of these works, their breathtaking poetry. If I’m not lucky enough to view this show would any object artists who do like to write their own response for this blog? Send […]
first published on my website huwmeredyddowen.com april 2014 However you define art, making it involves risk, something that is beaten out of architects from their very beginnings. So does that mean that architects cannot be artists? You could argue that architects […]