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Grove Square Galleries Launches With Lockdown Paintings by Christopher Kieling

Sierra, a significant body of new paintings, was created during the lockdown of spring 2020 and presents a visual reduction of the artist's surroundings....

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UK Galleries Mount Virtual Shows on Lockdown Using New Digital Tool

Art UK's Curations initiative enables 'anyone anywhere with internet access' to create an exhibition using the national image database....

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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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Hong Kong Galleries Band Together Against Coronavirus Fears

The Hong Kong Art Gallery Association released a statement of support for the region as well as the decision Art Basel makes regarding its Hong Kong fair....

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Proud Galleries Present The Dior Collection

An exhibition of fashion photography explores the heritage and metamorphosis of Christian Dior throughout its early years, as well as its legacy and impact on the fashion industry....

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Short Skirts, Sharp Suits. Proud Galleries present the photography of Terry O’Neill

Proud Galleries focus on iconic sixties photographer Terry O'Neill in their April exhibition of Rolling Stones photos...

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Hanging Offence : Proud Galleries

Classic, limited edition printed photography in an age where most people have cameras in almost every electronic device they own...

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Hanging Offence : Erarta Galleries

'although much of the popular appeal of contemporary art is in its ability to provoke, we need to be mindful of the media, politicians and governments in relation to the arts' Erarta Galleries' Beth...

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Hanging Offence : Galleries Goldstein

I think it's very hard to be controversial any more, it's just become irrelevant and usually any one trying to do this with their work is doing it to get noticed, which usually, in my opinion, makes...

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The Body as Material: An Interview with Annegret Soltau

German visual artist Annegret Soltau speaks to Millie Walton about motherhood, brutality and bodily experience...

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Gallery No. 32 & The Rise of DIY Artists

Outdoor artist-led exhibition space Gallery No. 32 was born in response to the pandemic, but it also signals a wider shift away from the art world's hierarchical structures ...

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State of the Art with Lorenzo de Medici

Interview with Lorenzo De Medici on the artistic impetus to create and appreciate art....

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A Less Lonely Experience of Viewing Art Online

'Me, Family', a digital art platform commissioned by Mudam Luxembourg, invites its viewers to interact as avatars...

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Faye Toogood’s Assembled Artworks at NGV Triennial

As the NGV Triennial opens in Melbourne, participating artist Faye Toogood discusses light, materiality and how the Dutch Masters inspired her installations...

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Credit Opens the Doors to London’s Emerging Art Scene

A collaborative project by Modern Forms, Central Saint Martins and Kingston School of Art promotes new paths through London's art world...

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Shot To Fame: Remembering Terry O’Neill

'One Year On' Box Galleries highlights the late photographer Terry O'Neill's eternal talent. ...

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Rare Picasso Platter Set to Make UK Debut

Each of the limited-edition works feature a different design, which draw upon three recurring themes in the artist’s oeuvre: bullfighting, Jacqueline Roque, and Henri Matisse....

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Soft Power in the Political Art of Annya Sand

An interview with London based painter Annya Sand on painting and politics. ...

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Perrotin Gallery Launches Art Treasure Hunt in Paris

Wanted! Art is Yours, a prestigious art treasure hunt featuring 20 hidden works by 20 artists, takes place at the Grand Palais in Paris next weekend. ...

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First Government Grants for UK Art Spaces Announced

Arts Council England has awarded £257m in Covid rescue grants to 1,385 museums and other organisations across England as part of the government’s £1.57bn Cultural Recovery Fund....

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The Digital Journey of Marjan Moghaddam

Marjan Moghaddam is a digital pioneer whose work has stayed true to the revolutionary premise art should never be wholly expected....

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Tommy Fiendish: FAITH

Box Galleries kickstart their spotlight on emerging artists with Fiendish's unflinching reflection of politics and the human condition through the converging aesthetics of modern baroque and street...

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Strike Action Looms at Tate and Southbank Centre

Unions fight restructuring plans that will see around 600 jobs axed across both sites as financial fallout from coronavirus pandemic intensifies....

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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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Subscriber Print

Building an Art Collection Recently Trebuchet started a discussion about how artists could reach a broader audience and how we might help facilitate building a network of fledgling art collectors....

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The Golden Age of Spanish Modern Art

Colnaghi, London, present a survey of painting by Spanish artists of the late 19th and 20th centuries....

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British Art Show 9: List of Artists and New Dates

Hayward Gallery Touring announce the artists for British Art Show 9, now opening in Wolverhampton in March 2021 and touring to Aberdeen, Plymouth and Manchester....

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Amon Tobin’s Two Finger Step Out With Nomark

An interview with electronic pioneer Amon Tobin on his venture away from seminal label Ninja Tune to stand by his own beats. ...

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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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Study Suggests Brain Unable to Distinguish Digital Reproduction of an Artwork From the Real Thing

Analysis found the differences in brain activity were insignificant, suggesting the aesthetic experience is not denigrated by being filtered through AR and VR....

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