Author: Nicola Anthony

Surviving Lockdown: Daryl Goh on Self-Judgement

Up next in the series, Nicola Anthony examines guilt, and how artists can objectively evaluate their own work whilst ignoring the niggling voice of self-judgement. ...

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Surviving Lockdown: Tabish Khan and the Inner Critic

Part three explores the feelings of self-lambasting that many people experience when given the time and space to turn the critical eye upon their lives. ...

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Surviving Lockdown: What Do We Surround Ourselves With?

The next instalment in our series of interviews to pick up tips from the arts to help get through this unusual period....

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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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Edible Art Movement (Singapore) : Rice

Edible Art Movement undertake to grow rice in central Singapore....

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Lorenzo Rudolph / Art Stage Singapore : Interview

People are now paying more attention to the region and more institutions are now working with and supporting Southeast Asian artists. Lorenzo Rudolph talks to Nicola Anthony about Art Stage Singapore...

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The Princely Treasures of Liechtenstein

My senses did register the location as a slightly jarring combination of old and new, however my impressions were still that of awe and gilded opulence. ...

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Burton Morris : Poptastic

When I paint a coffee cup it is because it represents the coffee shop culture as a whole. Something that is very much a part of my daily life....

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The Rebirth of Nature : Louise McNaught

A magical world where animals are gods, magic exists, and things around us possess an ethereal, delicate yet simultaneously bold appearance. LouiseMcNaught at DegreeArt...

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Mumbojumbo and Gobbledygook: The Language of Art Terminology

Sometimes I invent new terms and insert them into conversations just to see who pretends they understand...

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Meg Cranston & John Baldessari [Interview]

'Instead of Catholicism or religion, now we are programmed by the corporations' . Artists Meg Cranston and John Baldessari talk to Trebuchet's own artist in residence - Nicola Anthony...

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Caroline Jane Harris : Interview

I connect with the notions of the skilled hand, patience and emphasis on detail present in traditional Chinese arts. ...

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Mariko Mori : Royal Academy

What would happen if I sat in the same gallery space at the Royal Academy, gazing and pondering this work for a whole hour? Here’s how it went:...

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A Case For Culture

The arts can engage everyone. Most of all, surely, we want those who may not otherwise be able to join in, to find the world of art available and open to them - whether for simple enjoyment or for...

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Singapore’s Affordable Art

I’ve been slowly unraveling the mazes of subtle complexities in the art world here, and one of the first events to land on Singaporean soil as I did was the Affordable Art Fair....

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Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal

A 2 year voyage for this, the largest ever collection of Andy Warhol works in Asia, which will tour from Singapore to Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing Tokyo. ...

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Korean Eye 2012: Saatchi Gallery

This month there are many things inspiring me, but one that really catches the eye is the arrival of contemporary Korean art from 33 artists including Debbie Han, Seon Ghi Bahk, Ji Yen Lee and Myung...

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Invisible in London: Understanding Invisible Art

Anyone living in London will have noticed that in preparation for the Olympic Games, a myriad of shiny new buildings, facades and artworks are materializing all over our City. This weekend I...

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Tinsel Edwards & Twinkle Troughton: A Mini Retrospective

A kidnapped banker, an some escaped fairies and a body of work that has sprung from a duo of artists who’ve collaborated since childhood…. Until the 19th July, artists Tinsel Edwards...

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Pandamonium : Signal Gallery

The rather cheeky Signal Gallery has challenged all of us, from the panda lovers to the miserable cynics, to see this exhibition and remain with our hearts unmelted. They believe it can’t be...

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CONCEPTION: An exhibition to create dialogue and duplicity

Two artists, two cultures, two cities, two media. In this two-part exhibition spanning London and Belfast, the vibrant, acid coloured figurative canvases of Darren MacPherson are hung alongside...

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Morocco [Photos]

Looking at the world through the sunset in your eyes Traveling the train through clear Moroccan skies Ducks and pigs and chickens call Animal carpet wall to wall American ladies five-foot tall in...

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Polymath

Polymath, 14th April 2012, GV Art Gallery, 49 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London W1U 6LY ....

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IMPRINT at the Serpentine Gallery 2012

The Fabelists – coming together to launch an event that crossed many boundaries.Serpentine Gallery’s Centre for Possible Studies, 21 Gloucester Place, 
London W1U 8HR...

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Yayoi Kusama: An Explosion of Stickers

Installation views of The obliteration room 2011 as part of ‘ Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever’, Brisbane Gallery of Modern Art, 2011 ...

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The Other Art Fair

Seduced by art: From art virgin to art collector It sparks off debates, encourages us to take a look at topical issues, delves inside the subconscious, and allows us to have a laugh at the world and...

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Art, Money and Shredded Credit Cards at Frieze 2011

October is the shining pinnacle of the art world calendar, and you cannot have failed to notice that Frieze, the biggest beast of all art fairs, unveiled it’s glistening art delights this...

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Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad

Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad...

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‘Dear Curator’: Exhibition Do’s and Don’ts with Sara Raza

Artists want to be curators & curators want to be artists....

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