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In The Light of Surrealism#2

Curated by Jo Welsh.
Tony Penrose, Kathleen Fox, Jane Hoodless, Jo Redpath, Jo Welsh, Katherine Reekie, Tim Riddihough and Jacob Welsh, Brian Catling RA, Mick Rooney RA, and Gus Cummins RA reveal the influence of Surrealism in their work.
A mix of local artists and RA members.

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Event Exhibition

ABC Art Trail

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  • Venue:
    Various venues around Attenborough, Beeston, Chilwell
  • From:
    June 03, 2017
  • To:
    June 04, 2017
  • Location:
    East Midlands
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Dreamscapes

2013-2014, quite a stressful year (both personally and professionally) where I discovered a certain catharsis to drawing. These drawings began as improvised reinterpretations of my dual compositions with visual influences coming from the Yin Yang symbol, Jungian archetypes, Surrealism and […]

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Mona Hatoum: Exhibition and Artist Talk at Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum’s exhibition and artist talk at Tate Modern showcased a broad range of her practice and relationship with performance, sculpture and installation; how she addresses key themes and her choice of materials. What she focused on was how work […]

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Reflection #3

We’re coming to the end of week 5; already I can identify that my work has taken a new direction. I’ve realized that purely materials is what evokes and challenges me to produce work. My studio space has transformed into […]

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Reflecting #2

I finally feel comfortable with moving forward and producing the work. After my tutorial with artist Holly Davey I had the reassurance and an extra push that was needed to produce the works. In discussion, the jelly forms were an […]

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Week 97: 21st – 27th July

The artist self defining as magician, particularly in the context of European Modernism, has been linked to the separation of production and consumption due to the industrialised processes of capitalism. As Thomas McEvilley describes in his essay, ‘Marginalia: Thomas McEvilley […]

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” His excelency, the Chair. “

Another concept of sculpture. In this sculpture i play with the materials involved. In this artwork I used again organic materials, this because i want to include in my projects for the future, work with the organic materials. And why, […]

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