TRA: Shoe Size

Shoe Size - Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2019...

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Kevork Mourad Inspired by Old Testament for Solo Exhibition

Seeing Through Babel explores the Old Testament story of Babel, using visual imagery as a means to connect people across the language divide....

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Kentaro Okawara Makes Debut UK Solo Exhibition

Hold Tight is a new series of paintings, sculptures and drawings that explore the theme of love through symmetry and the artist’s unique yet universal language....

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Painting with time: Alex May

Digital capabilities and analogue expression in the work of Alex May....

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Contemporary Art. Chosen by Dogs. For Dogs and Humans

With a little help from their human companions, these canine curators have selected artworks in what is believed to be the first exhibition of its kind. ...

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Artist Vincent Kamp Turns Filmmaker to Inspire His Next Series of Crime Noir Paintings

Influenced by cinema and a fascination with the gritty world of urban subculture, Kamp's paintings delve beneath the surface of social class to capture a moment of high tension....

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Tehran’s Art Fair Opens Despite Growing Tensions With US

The second edition of Teer Art Fair aims to foster domestic Iranian art scene at a time when international sales are increasingly difficult for the country's galleries....

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Hong Kong’s Art World Unites As Demonstrations Continue

Artists have been a driving force behind the demonstrations, while the gallery community has encouraged strike action, with many closing to enable staff to join protests. ...

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Artist Martin Roth Dead at 41

Roth’s last solo exhibition was centred on a desert plant stolen from the garden of Stephen Paddock, the man behind the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival....

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Time. Science. Erosion. Evidence: Fiona Crisp

Photographic entropy in work of Fiona Crisp...

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Any Port in A Storm – Brothers Osborne Make Land

Drunken shanty renditions of Drank Like Hank would be heard throughout the streets of London into the early morning....

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Louvre to Offer Mona Lisa Virtual Reality Experience

Mona Lisa: Beyond the Glass is the Louvre's first virtual reality work, marking the 500th anniversary of the Leonardo da Vinci's death....

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Defiance on Notting Hill Streets Two Years After Grenfell

The anniversary of the tragic fire was marked by grief and anger at the inability of the government to bring the real culprits to justice....

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BBC Director-General and Channel 4 CEO to Be Questioned by Lords

The Committee will question Lord Hall of Birkenhead and Alex Mahon as part of an ongoing inquiry into public service broadcasting in the age of VOD....

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Art Money June : Unearthing Unseen Art

The International Art Market in June: Unearthing Unseen Art at London’s 20th Century Week and #MeToo Controversy at Art Basel...

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Flaneurism and Found Things

The collages of Richard Hill...

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Tatts Entertainment – Hanky Panky At The Great British Tattoo Show

An event that includes some truly great international inkers is one benefit of this tattoo convention, offering the chance to be inked by leading artists from across the globe....

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Art Basel Removes Part of Andrea Bowers’ Work in #Metoo Outcry

Bowers honours request by alleged assault survivor who states she did not give permission for her image to be included in the piece....

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Artist+AI: Figures & Form in the Age of Intelligent Machines

Interdisciplinary artist Scott Eaton underscores the impact AI is set to have on art-making and how it will change our perception of the human form....

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Jonesin’ For Home – Dale Watson Has A Sting In His Tail

Country music is a snake that started eating its own body. I suspect in that time, it will eat its own head. There’s no identity to the sound anymore. You used to know when you hit the Country...

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TRA: Rosetta

Rosetta Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2019...

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Free Range Undergraduate Art Fair 2019

The work of over 800 art and photography students will be on display, showcasing fresh creativity from across the UK....

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Apollo Junction – In Your Arms [Video Exclusive]

Dark pop with nods to New Order and Kurt Weill - Apollo Junction In Your Arms...

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Street, Train and Travel Within Urban Graffiti

Anthropologist Erik Hannerz on differentiating Street Art by location, audience, status and strategy. ...

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David Lynch Collaborator Dean Hurley Announces Anthology Resource Vol. II

Philosophy of Beyond weaves together a rich sonic tapestry built in part from comb-filtering experiments, tape loops, and sampled field excursions into unique acoustical environments....

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Breeze Art and Makers Fair Announced for This September

The fair is a celebration of unique craft from a specially selected collection of artists from around the South West....

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UK Drill Rappers Collaborate With Russian Blood Artist to Protest Government Censorship

Skengdo, AM and Drillminister have collaborated with Andrei Molodkin to create three new additions to the Russian artist's Young Blood series (2019) based on censored protest music. ...

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TRA: Proust

Proust : Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2019...

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