Author: Trebuchet Magazine

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. - Aristotle

Majesty: A Tribute to the Queen

A life refracted: New exhibition explores the work of three royal artists who have immortalised Her Majesty the Queen in their portraits. 28th September – 12th October, 2022...

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Geometry, Dreams and Parables: Nazir Tanbouli

A preview of Nazir Tanbouli's exhibition Tales from the Golden Forest at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London...

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Art is like a Love Affair: Tina Grønning

An interview with Art collector Tina Grønning ...

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The Vision of Enter Art 2022 by Kirsten Eggers

An interview with the Head of Art Advisory at Enter Art Fair Kirsten Eggers...

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Child in Time: Sculptor Emily Young

An interview with sculptor Emily Young...

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The Concrete Uncanny: Jeff Muhs, Part two

An interview with pioneering artist Jeff Muhs. Part two...

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The Concrete Uncanny: Jeff Muhs

An interview with pioneering artist Jeff Muhs...

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Routes of Life, Ghosts of History

Post-colonialism is alive and well. As a discourse it has parallel pathways to power and capital through institutions and histories. It is a lens to scrutinise how facts are used to build myths and...

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A Simple Feast: Kristof Santy

La Grande Bouffe includes 17 paintings by Kristof Santy that iconise the ordinary and celebrate the ubiquitous act of cooking...

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Forever Changed: Various Giant Artists

FOREVER: CHANGED comments directly on how mass media, culture and production had previously been held at a critical distance....

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Black Sabbath Rest: Heavy Metal’s Creation Myth

Black Sabbath, the heroes of non-music....

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From Here to Where? Michael Kagan

It Lasts Forever is the first London show at Almine Rech by Michael Kagan, a Brooklyn-based artist known for producing oil paintings with large, expressive brush strokes. ...

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The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev. Part Two

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev. Part two....

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The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev....

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The Risks of Abstraction: Orlanda Broom

With the risks of Abstract art it's a bold artist that doubles down. Orlanda Broom at Grove Square Galleries. ...

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The Optics and Shine of Chris Levine Pt 2

An interview with famed photographer and light artist Chris Levine. ...

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The Optics and Shine of Chris Levine

An interview with famed photographer and light artist Chris Levine. ...

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The Unquenchable Fire of Killing Joke 

Refusing defeat, Killing Joke conquer Hammersmith. Live Review 9th April 2022. ...

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Conceptual Art and the Danceful Process of Dialogue: Paul Sietsema Pt 2

Labours of meaning, stances of distances - an interview with Paul Sietsema. Part two....

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A Band Beyond Definition: Billy Strings

A review of Billy Strings, Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK. 26th and 27th March 2022....

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Cultural Messengers: Midnight Oil Keep Burning

Moods stretch from the wilderness reverie of ‘Tarkine’ and the poignant ‘Lost At Sea’ to the anthemic protest celebration...

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Conceptual Art and the Danceful Process of Dialogue: Paul Sietsema Pt 1

Labours of meaning, stances of distances - an interview with Paul Sietsema. Part One....

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The Knight Divided, Nature Interrupted

The Twin Exhibitions of Richard Stone and Celina Teague ...

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Music from Weird Masses: Jarboe

Experimental icon Jarboe remasters and rereleases her 1986 record Blood Women Roses. ...

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 2

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 2...

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 1

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 1...

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Faces of Consequence: Tae Kim Pt 2

Korean artist Tae Kim on the portraits she draws from cyberculture. Part 2...

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History and Appropriation: Oh Myung Hee

Oh Myung Hee's 'The Days were Snowy but Warm' exhibition to show in Venice 2022...

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undo undo undo: Vivien Zhang

Colliding motifs generate a sense of fluctuation and ambivalence, against a backdrop of repetition and certainty. 'undo undo undo' by Vivien Zhang questions our technological world making. ...

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Fire and Guitars: The Undertones

Punk Rock and Roll. A review of legendary band The Undertones at the Electric Ballroom...

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