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We Are Nrvs: A View

Audio visual resistance punk duo NRVS present their manifesto of digital primitivism. ...

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Earth Day Prompts First Ever Global Stealth Street Art Event

For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, more than 500 artists bring passion and protest to the first ever global stealth street art event....

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UK Science Museum Group Building Coronavirus Collection

Curators are amassing material and considering how to “collect important objects on behalf of the nation as a record of the medical, scientific and cultural responses to the outbreak”....

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Andrew Renton on Roy Oxlade

Andrew Renton discusses the work of Roy Oxlade at the Alison Jacques Gallery London. ...

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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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Henry Hussey, We Live in the Remains of the Gods

The transformative power of creative practice and its potential to remodel the artist and his audience are explored in Henry Hussey's new show. ...

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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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The Platform Graduate Award 2019

The Platform Graduate Award is showing the work of talented emerging artists throughout November at the MK Gallery. ...

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Amy Bessone at the Alison Jacques Gallery

Amy Bessone imbues the campy and kitsch with a soft and enigmatic humanity bringing depth where there was none. ...

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Ken Nwandiogbu ‘Contemporealism’

Hyper real painting is given a contemporary African twist at The Brick Lane gallery with a show of work by Ken Nwadiogbu....

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Pacific an Exhibition by Sax Impey

The work draws upon the unique experiences of the 60 day voyage, including both extraordinary landfalls and the time spent sailing one of the most remote parts of the ocean....

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Anticipating John Hoyland at the Tate

Anticipating John Hoyland at Tate, Natalie Andrews is thinking about the contemporary relevance of slow art. ...

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Firmament by Niccolo Moronato

Firmament by Niccolo Moronato is an ongoing artistic exploration of an alternative “side” of the sky. ...

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First Waves Marks 50 Years Since Race Relations Act

Westminster exhibition captures the stories of generations directly impacted by the Acts, who may have had little opportunity to have their voices heard in Westminster. ...

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Is the Classic Rock sound making a comeback?

Lancastrian Rockers Massive Wagons charge the charts with new release 'Full Nelson'...

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A New Figurative Art

Presenting a large number of iconic works, this exhibition explores a crucial phase of Italian art history that remains little-known outside its native country. ...

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Jankrowville, Walking Between Worlds

In urban slang or MLE (mixed London English) as it’s come to be known the term Jankrowville means an undesirable or dangerous place, we may be living in one....

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Marie-Louise von Motesiczky at the Freud Museum

Like the Freuds, Marie- Louise and her mother fled Austria immediately after the Anschluss in 1938. They arrived in England in 1940 where they spent the rest of their lives....

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Aftermath, Art In Troubled Times

The art of the inter war period is strangely relevant, brutality, banality and morons everywhere. ...

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Exposing The Extreme Centre

While concerns regarding extremists are important they do obscure the real core of power a machine that requires more than finger wagging and posturing to counter it....

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Six Limited Edition Banners From Ai Wei Wei

The refugee crisis is again an inspiration for the artist Ai Wei Wei, who is determined to remind us of the suffering of desperate peoples. ...

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Blaze at the Glasgow School of Art

The second fire to wreak the Scottish art school in four years, will they fix it again?...

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St Albans Museum + Gallery, Opens

A new centre for arts and culture has opened in St Albans City....

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Stealing Stanley Spencer

Stanley Spencer is an important British artist and any excuse to pay tribute to him is worth while, following the recovery of a stolen painting he is in the news. ...

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No More Casual Sex for Tinder Users!

Using Tinder doesn't result in more casual sex ...

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Transhuman? Cyborg? Digital Immortal Or Dust in the Wind

You may be able to live forever, but would you want to?...

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Are The Working Class Kept Away From The Arts?

Have you ever felt that your less then welcome in the creative industry? Check your accent!...

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Luton Upcoming Art Location

Luton could be the place you keep your creative ambitions alive and bring them to fruition....

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Beyond Factual Ecology: Object Oriented Ontology

Hyper-objects, which are meta-objects that behave as manifest concepts. These ideas may help us to deal with the pressing issues of our time!...

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Why Do We Have Eyebrows? Finally We Have an Evolutionary Explanation

Why expressive brows might have mattered in human evolution...

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