Art

Cyril de Commarque Interview

Cyril de Commarque is an artist concerned with human development, hubris and potential, sharing his thoughts here with Trebuchet in lieu of his show 'Artificialis' at Saatchi Gallery....

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Modern Panic Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Modern Panic X will feature over 70 artists exploring the human psyche through pop surrealism, dark art, magic realism, and more....

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Artificialis at the Saatchi Gallery

Artificialis at the Saatchi Gallery takes as its starting point the Anthropocene era - the period when man first had an impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems - then looks towards the future,...

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Mark Leckey: O’ Magic Power of Bleakness

Mark Leckey is an influential multimedia artist, his show at the Tate Britain 'O' Magic Power of Bleakness' explores memory, identity and the uncanny aspects of British landscape....

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Joker, a Film to Fall Out Over?

The most affecting film of 2019 has created debate and controversy, Trebuchet takes a closer look examining these and the underlying message at its core. ...

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1-54 African Contemporary Arts Fair 2019

1-54 has established itself as a leading voice in the discussion on contemporary African art, bringing together a diverse set of perspectives from around the world....

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William Kentridge In Praise of Shadows

The pursuit of truth should not lead us to totalitarian certainty and William Kentridge proposes that art practice is the key to holding illusion and insight in balance. ...

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James Rosenquist: Visualising the Sixties

This essay looks at the work of James Rosenquist in terms of the pop art movement. Broadening its scope, we look at this artist's work against that of Ed Kienholz and Joseph Cornell....

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Van Gogh, Messiah & Madman Debunked

Reflecting on the expressionism of Van Gough and thinking about what it offers to the contemporary painter Natalie Andrews takes a critical view of the mad-messiah stereotype and reminds us whats...

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Unpicking The Expressive Fallacy

Can Hal Foster laugh authenticity out of existence? Revisiting 'The Expressive Fallacy', a rights of passage for artists....

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What is Authenticity After The Expressive Fallacy?

'The Expressive Fallacy' is an article from 1983 which still reverberates through the art world. ...

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Art Money August : Banksy, Banksy, and more

Love is in the Bin - Banksy. Sotheby’s claim it to be the first artwork created live during an auction....

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Fighting Art Forgery With Blockchain Weaponry

Originally interviewed for Trebuchet’s Art and Crime issue, dealers Thomas Crown Art have created a fascinating technological solution for the ever increasing issue of forgery in the art market....

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Hatice Besun: Portraits of Death [CAUTION GRAPHIC IMAGES]

Releasing the captured subject of death. Photographer Hatice Besun discusses the trauma and compulsion of working with tragic real events. ...

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Colour and Structure; Delightful abstract paintings in Paris

These paintings show quasi-geometrical structure of colour space. Together with a sensitivity to surface texture the abstract nature serves to point upa new kind of content - or one that is hidden...

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Seeing is Believing

Looking at paintings requires an ability to place works in the historical context of the medium. Only then can we see the human significance of the work. It is no good looking inward to brain...

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Nostalgia and Vibrant Imagery at 50th Rencontres d’Arles

This year, the organisers undertook the unprecedented task of identifying, ranking, and inventorying their vast archives to turn them into a major retrospective exhibition....

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Art Money July : British Landscape Painters Plateau at Sotheby’s

In the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition of 1808, J.M.W Turner made a rare misfire. British Landscape Painters Plateau at Sotheby’s: Trebuchet July Market Roundup...

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Time and Space in video art and installation: James Alec Hardy

Space, construction, dying technologies and the rich rituals at the end of all things - James Alec Hardy...

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Painting with time: Alex May

Digital capabilities and analogue expression in the work of Alex May....

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Time. Science. Erosion. Evidence: Fiona Crisp

Photographic entropy in work of Fiona Crisp...

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Art Money June : Unearthing Unseen Art

The International Art Market in June: Unearthing Unseen Art at London’s 20th Century Week and #MeToo Controversy at Art Basel...

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Flaneurism and Found Things

The collages of Richard Hill...

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TRA: Rosetta

Rosetta Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2019...

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Galerie da-End: What Ticks

Theatrical declarations and curated authenticity. Galerie Da-End: The mystery and the multidisciplinary...

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The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy

Andrew Edmunds deals in antique political prints. In this show at the Royal Academy, the works he shows stand up well to contemporary art and its political ambitions. ...

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Two Contemporary Women Concrete Artists

Two current exhibitions on opposite sides of the globe present work from two contemporary women artists; each, in her own way, a concrete artist. At RaumX, in north London, Katrina Blanin shows...

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Occupying: Les Enragés to Los Indignados

Occupying Space Across Time: Prof. Martin Lang investigates occupation from Les Enragés to Los Indignados...

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Photo London 2019

Now in its fifth edition, Photo London was founded in 2015 to give the city an international photography event befitting its status as a global cultural capital....

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Psychohorology: Jordan Baseman on using time as a canvas

Jordan Baseman's latest work Radio Influenza uses his technique of time and reportage to describe the progression of events that marked the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918...

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