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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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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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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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Things: Gail Olding

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

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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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Spectral Illuminations

Light and perception experiments in the work of Barbara Kasten...

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The Edge of Perception: An Interview with Kenturah Davis

LA-based artist Kenturah Davis speaks to Millie Walton about her layered approach to image making and challenging conventional ways of seeing...

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Faye Toogood’s Assembled Artworks at NGV Triennial

As the NGV Triennial opens in Melbourne, participating artist Faye Toogood discusses light, materiality and how the Dutch Masters inspired her installations...

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Painting the Collective: An Interview with Nengi Omuku

As Nengi Omuku’s solo exhibition 'Gathering' reopens in London, the artist discusses how her interest in crowds was inspired by protests in Nigeria and her own isolation ...

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Shot To Fame: Remembering Terry O’Neill

'One Year On' Box Galleries highlights the late photographer Terry O'Neill's eternal talent. ...

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The Digital Journey of Marjan Moghaddam

Marjan Moghaddam is a digital pioneer whose work has stayed true to the revolutionary premise art should never be wholly expected....

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Dominic Harris: Life as Art as Interaction

Digital artist Dominic Harris creates beautiful work that captures the viewer’s attention with precise detail and vibrant colour, but it is only as we move closer that they come to life. ...

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The Surrealist Practice of Twenty-First Century Populism

‘Surreal’ is a word that many increasingly reach for, a (hopelessly inadequate) description for the daily cavalcade of cataclysmic and bizarre events we’re confronted by....

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Decoding our futurist longings in the work of Tullio Crali

An exploration of the talent, impact and vision of futurist aeropainter Tullio Crali...

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Material Bodies Moving in Space

The fabric of being in the work of Daisy Collingridge. An interview with a unique artists whose multimedia work combines, psychology, theatre, performance, and installation....

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The Massurreal Deconstruction of Prof. Nadia Wahdan

Interview with multimedia artist Prof. Nadia Wahdan. ...

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Lovecraft, AI, and the Limits of Human Imagination

The question highlights the field of discourse for how humans work with AI-generated content...

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Screen Grabs and Future Constructs in the Work of Ian Francis

Prismatic Reality Distortions: An intervirew with Painter Ian Francis. ...

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The Roots and Ramifications of Boundaries

Surrealist Lessons in Freedom of Speech. The Roots and Ramifications of Boundaries...

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Massurrealism: Coining a Term, Founding a Movement

Multi-platform, multi-media, post-modern and New York! An interview with the founder of Massurrealism James Seehafer on pop art technology and the future....

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The Art Market and Surrealism

Collecting Surrealism? There's so much choose from at an auction near you, wherever you are. Notes on the Art Market. ...

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Surrealism, Over, Yet Everywhere: Mica McDonald and Sofia Mitsola

“And now consider how passing a child on a swingCalling higher, higherCan bring back all that tender trauma of childhoodRealising that we don’t leave the past behindBut that it leaves...

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Benji Reid: Beyond This Space

The transcendent choreo-photolist work of Benji Reid...

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Benji Reid announced as cover artist for Trebuchet Eight

No gravity, upward visions. Manchester artist Benji Reid announced as cover artist for Trebuchet Eight: Contemporary Surrealism...

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DYN: A Self-styled Rival to Surrealism’s Gaudy Dominance

Farewell to Surrealism - The Dyn Circle in Mexico traces the attempts of artist Wolfgang Paalen to escape history and reshape experience from the unlikely location of Mexico City, during the Second...

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Bartholomew Beal (1989-2019)

Beal passed on Boxing Day 2019, aged 30. His legacy is an incredible body of work from 2012 onwards, and an outstanding inspiration to his contemporaries. ...

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Blaxploitation and Black Beauty: Mickalene Thomas – beautés du mois

This essay looks at the conception of black beauty in the 70s in terms of contemporary art. Mickalene Thomas' work draws upon popular culture and makes beautiful paintings from it....

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