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Surviving Lockdown: On Community and Inclusivity

Part five of Surviving Lockdown talks creating strong community groups to help rebuild society post-pandemic, with anti-racism as an intrinsic part of a new future. ...

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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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Gelling the Community: Notting Hill 2018

Notting Hill's extensive groundwork gels the community together and has given it an extra impetus and meaning, especially in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire tragedy. ...

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Early Kinship and Community Displayed at Newly-Examined Spanish Megalithic Tomb

Neolithic megalithic tomb in Spain comprehensively examined for the first time ...

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New Online Play by London Poet Draws on the Life of Basquiat

The Lost Generation uses historical facts and surrealism to present a contemporary depiction of how Basquiat worked and lived, while highlighting some of his personal and social influences....

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Stuart Semple Wages War Against Inktober Creator With #Pinktober

The boycott event is in response to Jake Parker trademarking the term Inktober, and aims to give artists a platform to celebrate their creativity with no restrictions....

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Sotheby’s Teams Up With Keith Haring Foundation to Auction Personal Collection for Charity

All works by artists including Basquiat and Rammellzee will make their auction debut in the sale, which is expected to raise $1m for LGBTQ non-profit....

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Hauser & Wirth Take on Estate of Gustav Metzger

The move marks the first time Metzger, who helped lead a mid-20th-century art movement known as auto-destructive art, has ever been represented by a commercial gallery....

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New Series From Pansy Project Creator Explores Symbology of Birds

During lockdown, artist Paul Harfleet refocused his practice to create Birds Can Fly, an exploration of social media, ornithology, fashion, make-up and portraiture....

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Embodying Art

What is female identity in 2020? Multidisciplinary artist, Sofia Cianciulli, reconnects with her own sense of self and femininity through her practice....

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Arebyte Gallery Announce Browser Plug-In Exhibition

Real-Time Constraints explores a new format that invites critical reflection on the systems and processes we are embedded in all day long....

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Soho House Announce Inaugural Art Prize

The prize winner will receive the funds to realise and present a major solo showcase at Soho Beach House Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2020. ...

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Bartholomew Beal (1989-2019)

Beal passed on Boxing Day 2019, aged 30. His legacy is an incredible body of work from 2012 onwards, and an outstanding inspiration to his contemporaries. ...

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Sadiq Khan to Review “The Diversity of London’s Public Landmarks”

Statues of slavers could be pulled down under the mayor’s new diversity plan, which will include historians as well as arts, council and community leaders. ...

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Black Sabbath: The Besmirched of England

Notwithstanding the likelihood of the gradual declines of both Black Sabbath and the Church of England as cultural touchstones, their impact will linger on for generations....

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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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Submissions Open for Isolation Mastered

A committee will make their selections based on whose work presents an innovative dialogue with this isolation period....

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The Other Art Fair Presents Online Studios

In partnership with online art gallery Saatchi Art, Online Studios will roll out city-specific features in line with the original spring fair schedule....

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London’s Lost Bohemia and the Three Graces of Soho

A recent interview with cult novelist Laura Del Rivo triggers memories of a lost poetess and a mysterious countess....

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Delhi Police Shut Down Protest Work At India Art Fair

The Wall: Community Art Building Mural (2020), which was painted live at the fair, was inspired by an ongoing demonstration against the 2019 Citizenship Amendment Act....

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Legendary Arts Venue The Horse Hospital Facing Closure

February marks the 27th anniversary of the venue's inaugural exhibition and also its forced closure if it cannot meet, or successfully contest, a 333% rent increase....

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Boots And Bombshells – Chase Rice Delivers The Future

Jack Daniels Showed Up followed, proving to be another instant crowd pleaser and was set to meet Jesus further down the set...

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The Ghost Inside the Artist

Patrick Tresset: Robotic Portraits. Understanding the purpose of art by design, an interview....

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An Election Waiting to Happen with Billy Bragg

Every generation has to find its own way to deal with the problems it faces. Red Wedge was our generation and it came out of a specific set of circumstances. Other generations will find other ways....

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French New Wave: A Revolution in Design

This meticulously researched book from Reel Art Press is an extensive collection of French New Wave posters, which were equally as innovative as the films themselves....

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Digswell Arts Supporting Creatives

Digswell Arts supports emerging artists and promotes art in the community; it opens its doors to the public on November 16th. ...

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Three-sided World; Interview with Stuart Jones

Natural forces and man-made spaces preoccupy the work of artist Stuart Jones. ...

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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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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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