Art

Concrete Art 2: Number As Material

Euclid defines line as ‘breadthless length’. The Skills You Need educational website, under the heading of ‘geometry’, defines ‘point’, ‘line’, ‘plane’, and ‘solid’...

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Henry Taylor at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

A review of American artist Henry Taylor's solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset...

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Concrete Art 1: Colour As Material

The distinction between primary and secondary qualities, as provided by John Locke, tells us that secondary qualities are accessible only to one mode of perception...

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Hardeep Sahota: Illuminating the Art of Dance

Dancer and researcher Hardeep Sahota discusses the art and origins of Bhangra, and his series of 'light paintings' at YSP...

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Cultured and Combined: Gilbert & George on Identity

Individuals have multiple identities and not all of them are self-ascribed; even the same identity can have differing social characteristics...

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Rachel Whiteread: Symbolism & Storytelling

A review of Rachel Whiteread's solo exhibition 'Internal Objects' at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London...

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Reflections, Refractions and Perspectives through Dylan Martinez

Whether through the physiology of sight or the psychology of the mind, I use glass as a mechanism of blurring those functions. - Dylan Martinez...

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Evanescent Imagery: Precarity and persistence in Gerhard Richter’s paintings

Paint, or a rudimentary version of it, was landed upon tens of thousands of years ago as a basic tool for mark-making. What else is there for Gerhard Richter to say?...

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Cydne Jasmin Coleby: Flawed Beauty

Millie Walton speaks to Bahamian artist Cydne Jasmin Coleby about her latest body of work and celebrating imperfections...

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Luciano Perna’s Luminous Still Lifes

A review of Italian artist Luciano Perna’s solo exhibition of still life photographs at Marian Goodman Gallery ...

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Blood Tracks Through Art: Hermann Nitsch

As an artistic material blood has long been considered too powerful for use, as blasphemy, and often prosecutable. Hermann Nitsch knows this. ...

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Drawing With Dust: History, Time and Place in Tacita Dean’s Chalk Drawings

Those old enough will recall the spine-tingling screech of chalk across classroom blackboards, the air full of dust. ...

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Heart of the Matter: Female Artists at Gillian Jason Gallery

A review of a group exhibition of British female contemporary artists at Gillian Jason Gallery, London...

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Jessica Rankin: The Language of Painting

Millie Walton speaks to Australian artist Jessica Rankin about the nature of thought, painting and embroidery in the context of a solo show at White Cube gallery in London...

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Take Me To Your Dealer and Save: Who is 241247?

An interview with 241247 / Dario Vigorito about using his creative process for chaos and meaning. ...

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The Fluid Sculptures of Richard Stone

Stone suggests almost endless textures and characteristics, requiring time and study to find the complementary partner to the artist’s vision...

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Expensive Materials

To what extent do materials dictate the end price of the artwork?...

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Trebuchet x Matt Berninger (The National) Ltd. Edition Print

Trebuchet and Matt Berninger (The National) collaborate on a limited edition print in celebration of the deluxe release of Serpentine Prison...

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Visual Stories: An Interview with Eileen Cooper

London-based artist Eileen Cooper speaks to Millie Walton about illustrating Angela Carter's writing, printmaking and the imagination...

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Walking the Space: Lucio Fontana

A new art book highlights the importance of the Argentine-Italian artist's spatial experiments, but fails to capture the radical spirit of his creativity...

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Things: Gail Olding

An excerpt from Trebuchet 9 : Materials. Conceptual Artist Gail Olding on the use of things. ...

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The Definite Line of Emma Coyle

Emma Coyle's current figurative work focuses on contemporary fashion magazine imagery to produce painterly paintings of a Fine Art standard...

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Invisibility and Everything to All: Gavin Turk

I think one of the interesting things about art as a project for me, is that I am trying to chase down ideas of reality or truth. Or the human condition...

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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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Grasping the Eternal: Tacita Dean’s ‘Fernsehturm’

Tacita Dean’s 44-minute long film ‘Fernsehturm’ records the passage and persistence of time as light passes through the interiors of the Berlin TV Tower restaurant...

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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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Gust(on) Winds of Wisdom

In this 120-page masterpiece, Philip Guston’s daughter, Musa Mayer, simply and effectively presents her father’s life and art as a kind of graphic novel triptych....

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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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Drawing Eccentricities: An Interview with Sverre Malling

Millie Walton speaks to Norwegian artist Sverre Malling about the meditative act of drawing, folkloric imagery and celebrating outsider culture...

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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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