Brutalism, The Romance of Harsh Places

Brutalisim is part of every major city in the uk, is it worth maintaing or a terrible scar on the landscape?...

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Simon Bill, as Presented and in Aspect

Simon Bill is a polymath and deserves a long hard look from a curious audience his work probes perception itself. ...

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Big Eyes, Emojis, and the Sickly, Sweet Smell of Sentimentality

NOTHING, is as gut-wrenchingly, vomit-inducing, flu-shivery and ‘give-me-a-wrecking-drink-of-anything-strong-enough-to-get-me-drunk-in-one-big-slug,’ intolerable – as a kitten-video...

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The Quietude of Some Black and Cream/White Pictures in Paris

Lee Bae, Landscape (detail) inimal Art, it has been argued, is the dying breath of abstraction, and painting more generally (Winters, 2018). After Clement Greenberg’s insistence that paintings...

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What the G? Reading & Writing: Use It Or Lose It

Research has found that people are essentially unaware of the more common version of the lowercase print letter “g”....

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The Horror of Domestic Abuse: Custody

Powerful in its neorealism and examination of an abusive relationship, Custody is an impressive feature debut that demands to be seen....

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Chuggy Hardcore, Screams and Postures. Yes. Revolution…? We’ll See. TRC

TRC screams of letting a bit of steam off, about a bit of positive aggression and fun...

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Modernism Under Attack (in the past and by the present)

Comparing fiction with history we explore the reactions to modernism, which is stranger you decide....

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Max Klinger & The Freudian Unconscious

Max Klinger is a thought provoking artist who was influential on early modernism his work not only helps to explain complex theories but also helped to form them!...

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