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The Healing Power of Painting

Abstract artist, Mona Lerch, shapes her paintings with her life experiences. She explores her emotions whilst working and embodies them into her artwork. ...

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Kent Monkman Apologises for Controversial Justin Trudeau Painting

Following outcries against the work on social media, the Cree artist says that the image 'failed' in its message to address the victimisation of indigenous women....

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Artist Releases Paintings Responding to the Coronavirus From Lockdown

David Downes, a landscape painter who amplifies the sense of place and time through the lens of autism, is painting one piece a day throughout isolation....

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Secret Scrawls Discovered Beneath Derek Jarman Painting

The Pleasures of Italy canvas on show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin throws light on the late activist’s lovers and interests ...

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‘Landscape’ & ‘Contemporary Painting’

The Brick Lane gallery showcases works of talented practitioners from London, these shows include photographs and painting. ...

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Colour and Structure; Delightful abstract paintings in Paris

These paintings show quasi-geometrical structure of colour space. Together with a sensitivity to surface texture the abstract nature serves to point upa new kind of content - or one that is hidden...

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Painting with time: Alex May

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

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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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The Painting That Changed the History of Modern Art

Exhibition On Screen returns with ​Young Picasso, an extraordinary detective story that looks in detail at the elements that drove one small boy from southern Spain to such heights. ...

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Kerouac Beat Painting

Kerouac Beat Painting brings us closer to the Beat legend, showing us the gifted amateur, unscripted and untutored in his search, striving against himself to find authenticity....

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Paintings, Flat Sculpture, and Non-Medium Specific Art

Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro...

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Pain, Wit & Painting

Andrew Litten: timeless models of expression...

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First prize winner of the John Moores Painting Prize 2018

The winner of the prestigious first prize in 2018 is Jacqui Hallum with her painting King and Queens of Wands....

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Painting and Research in the University

Jo Volley's 'Research Art' at Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone ...

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Booming Beats, Choice Visuals: Cave (Rave) Paintings

Acoustic scientist sounds off about the location of cave paintings ...

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Painting Childhood, Painting Memory. Malka Nedivi

Unearthing unspoken memories with visual prompts, Malka Nedivi charts a familiar Jewish story in her artworks...

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Painting the Broken American Dream (Louie Metz)

Scantily clad figures whose blank stares emit an aura of disillusionment. Louie Metz paints the seedy and the saddened. ...

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Innate Talent, Meticulous Painting (Shizu Saldamando)

Born to parents of Mexican and Japanese decent, Saldamando’s work embodies components that reflect her bi-racial heritage....

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The decadent and defiant paintings of Nick Brown

The drips that flow from Brown’s landscapes don’t just enhance the unceasing presence of movement that circulates through his work, but they exude a ghostly aura that brings to mind the passing...

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Dexter Dalwood : ‘London Paintings’

Whereas his previous work featured imagined interiors and locations acting as memorials to real people, here it is the narratives which are imagined...

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Late Turner : Painting Set Free

Tate Britain’s Late Turner keeps Turner on the stage rather than focusing on his exit. As co-curator Sam Smiles said, these are “paintings with subjects that have resonance”. ...

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Painting Now : Tate Britain

“The state of painting now” is a tired topic. The premise – that painting has lost its lure because of new media, which in their very newness enable their users to conquer new territory in the...

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SUPERPAINTINGS at Transition Gallery

They're laughing. Are we?...

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Ecological Mutiny: The Paintings of Adam Bloom.

Adam Bloom’s paintings of blood and bone are a strange attractor, holding the viewer quiet and nervous with their dreamlike and symbolic depictions of humanity. The imagery is at once horrific...

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Architecture and Aesthetic Errors

Modernist architecture, seen as art, falls into aesthetic error when it fails to address the nature of the lives encompassed by it....

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Blaxploitation and Black Beauty: Mickalene Thomas – beautés du mois

This essay looks at the conception of black beauty in the 70s in terms of contemporary art. Mickalene Thomas' work draws upon popular culture and makes beautiful paintings from it....

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Cache of Russian Avant-Garde Works Surfaces in Basement

Art historian Andrey Sarabyanov is planning a new exhibition of forgotten pieces by Kandinsky, Rodchenko and Stepanova....

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Surviving Lockdown: Behind the Scenes in the Art Studio

A series of video interviews with figures from the art world explores transferrable skills from the arts to help survive these out-of-the-ordinary times. ...

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New Platform Allows Galleries to Create Virtual-Reality Exhibitions Using 3D-Scanning Technology

Vortic offers galleries customisable virtual gallery spaces to show their art using virtual and augmented reality technology....

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Twin Temple a coven of virtue, a covenant of sacred sin.

A vision of and interview with Satanic doo-Wop duo Twin Temple....

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