Jane Bustin’s V – Tea Bowls (and Other Things) in Paris

The more you think about things the stranger they get; and more beautiful....

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New Exhibition Explores Community in the Age of Climate Crisis

The Coming Community encourages viewers to consider alternative ways of living together in the face of global political and ecological instability....

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The Dance of Death: A Vanitas

In this collection of cartoons loosely based on the Danse Macabre, Martin Rowson takes aim at a number of targets from 21st century life he deems significant....

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Reopened Museum of Modern Art to Embrace 21st Century

The museum reopened with a resolve to embrace the 21st century and provide a fuller, more global narrative in its permanent collection galleries....

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Satellite by Stephen Mallinder [Video]

Entrancing track by Cabaret Voltaire's Stephen Mallinder - Satellite Video...

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Cyril de Commarque Interview

Cyril de Commarque is an artist concerned with human development, hubris and potential, sharing his thoughts here with Trebuchet in lieu of his show 'Artificialis' at Saatchi Gallery....

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Modern Panic Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Modern Panic X will feature over 70 artists exploring the human psyche through pop surrealism, dark art, magic realism, and more....

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Artificialis at the Saatchi Gallery

Artificialis at the Saatchi Gallery takes as its starting point the Anthropocene era - the period when man first had an impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems - then looks towards the future,...

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Volcanoes & Regret

George Finlay Ramsay's project pivots around the act of burning human regrets in volcanoes and includes a live sonic installation which responds to volcanic data....

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Bridget Riley Major Retrospective Exhibition

Spanning 70 years of the artist’s working life, the eponymous exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive display of her work to date....

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Metalocalypstick Opens Band Submissions For 2020

Celebrating women in metal, Metalocalypstick will take place on the weekend of 27 – 28 June 2020 in Lone Butte, British Columbia. Submissions close on 18 November. ...

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In a Cage by Zonal [Video]

Intense and heavy Zonal release a industrial riff on the Smashing Pumpkins - 'In a cage' on Relapse Video...

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Rock And Roll Part ?? – The Struts Resurrection Of Glitter

Gary Glitter's chanting boomed around the auditorium, it really was like old times....

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First Ever UK Commission by Toyin Ojih Odutola

A Countervailing Theory explores an imagined ancient myth conceived by the artist....

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The Future of Sound of a Native Culture – Hanggai

An unusual yet explosive mix of big band horns and Mongolian rock from a band with a subtle political subtext. Big Band Brass by Hanngai...

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Dallas Acid – Emaljets Hav

Dallas Acid release another far-out electronic track of bliss-magic...

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The Platform Graduate Award 2019

The Platform Graduate Award is showing the work of talented emerging artists throughout November at the MK Gallery. ...

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Mark Leckey: O’ Magic Power of Bleakness

Mark Leckey is an influential multimedia artist, his show at the Tate Britain 'O' Magic Power of Bleakness' explores memory, identity and the uncanny aspects of British landscape....

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Damien Hirst’s Cherry Blossoms to Go on Show in Paris Next Year

The paintings will go on show at the Fondation Cartier in Paris in June 2020....

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Coming by Petbrick [Video]

Intense and electronic is this the new wave of brutal synth metal? Coming by Petbrick Video...

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Eileen Cooper RA to Receive Major Solo Exhibition

Personal Space focuses on the female figure in private and intimate spaces, expanding on themes Cooper has explored throughout her 40-year career....

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Joker, a Film to Fall Out Over?

The most affecting film of 2019 has created debate and controversy, Trebuchet takes a closer look examining these and the underlying message at its core. ...

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Turn Away The Bad Thing by Ceremony

Energetic No-wave punk revivalists Ceremony give us a highlight of 2019 - Turn Away The Bad Thing Video...

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1-54 African Contemporary Arts Fair 2019

1-54 has established itself as a leading voice in the discussion on contemporary African art, bringing together a diverse set of perspectives from around the world....

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Amy Bessone at the Alison Jacques Gallery

Amy Bessone imbues the campy and kitsch with a soft and enigmatic humanity bringing depth where there was none. ...

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William Kentridge In Praise of Shadows

The pursuit of truth should not lead us to totalitarian certainty and William Kentridge proposes that art practice is the key to holding illusion and insight in balance. ...

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Deptford X Celebrates 21st Birthday

London’s longest running contemporary visual arts festival has attracted over 1 million visitors since its inception in 1998. ...

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Dylan Gebbia-Richards Makes UK Solo Debut

Inspired by Jungian philosophy, the multidisciplinary artist cultivates art driven from instinct, in a creative process that arises from emotions rather than an analytical approach....

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Harry Lange and the Design of the Landmark Science Fiction Film

The 2001 File: Harry Lange and the Design of the Landmark Science Fiction Film is a scrupulous study of a film’s inception and its progression through to finish....

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