Category: Features

The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev....

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The Optics and Shine of Chris Levine Pt 2

An interview with famed photographer and light artist Chris Levine. ...

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The Optics and Shine of Chris Levine

An interview with famed photographer and light artist Chris Levine. ...

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Conceptual Art and the Danceful Process of Dialogue: Paul Sietsema Pt 1

Labours of meaning, stances of distances - an interview with Paul Sietsema. Part One....

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Ghost Like Traces: Between the Ephemeral & the Permanent

A playful web of philosophy, cultural semiotics, and gentle manifestations of joy....

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 1

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 1...

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People, History, Paint: The Rise of Gisela McDaniel Pt 1

An interview with diasporic, indigenous, Chamorro artist Gisela McDaniel on what narrative means. Part 1...

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The Crossroad Blues and High Vantages of Oli Kellett Pt 1

An interview with Oli Kellett, the artist behind the award-winning Cross Road Blues photographic series. ...

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What is Sculpture? Nairy Baghramian

Exclusive interview with 2022 Nasher Prize Laureate Berlin based sculptor Nairy Baghramian...

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The Politics of Genre: Shahzia Sikander

"Art history is deeply Eurocentric and tends to place art that doesn’t sit comfortably within its canon as the ‘other’ and never as ‘avant-garde’."...

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Kings Never Die: Christian Boltanski’s Esprit

The Manege's Central Exhibition Hall holds Esprits, Christian Boltanski’s first-ever solo exhibition at St Petersburg....

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Primordial Whispers at Arusha Gallery

An epistemological exhibition on forbidden philosophies, folk knowledge and intuitive spirits via Arusha Gallery...

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Cross My Heart: Franko B

Insight into Franko B's solo show at New Arts Project ...

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Art, Activism & Architecture: Sofia Karim

British artist Sofia Karim on how she started a global resistance movement with samosa packets...

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Eat It Now: The New Immaterialism

Art’s race with advertising, reduced to comparisons about slogan and the direct message, seems to be reaching its conclusion. ...

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Spray Paint with Sickboy

Brand and street symbols in the work of Sickboy ...

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The Shape, Sound and Feeling of Words: Ed Ruscha

An analysis of fluid text in the work of artist Ed Ruscha...

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Flash Nails and Glamour: SYRETT

The challenge of SYRETT is that it feels punkish and out of step with what we’re used to seeing within contemporary art. Good....

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The Suitability of Neon: Cerith Wyn Evans Interview

Interview with the conceptual artist, Cerith Wyn Evans who embraces the use of neon as a medium of immanent exchange....

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Courting the Forest of History

Interview with mixed-media artist Gerald Chukwuma on Eve of his exhibition Eclipse of the Scrolls. ...

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The Weight of Canon

Canon, Fandom and Creative Paralysis. Much of the media we consume today, especially genre media, takes the form of such franchises. Art might be no different? ...

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Celebrity as Material

Celebrity as Art Material: Once art ceases to be mimetic, portraiture as representation becomes destabilized, enabling it to investigate concepts such as celebrity as well as appearance. ...

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Timothy Taylor Gallery Presents its Annual Group Exhibition “IRL (In Real Life)”

The exhibition will include paintings, sculpture and textile-works by twelve early career artists whose practices explore social and sensory experiences...

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Directing Enter Art Fair

Trebuchet interviews Enter Art director Julie Alf about the inspiration behind the fair....

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Bridget Riley: Past into Present

A solo show of new works by the famed British painter opens at David Zwirner's London gallery on 3 June 2021...

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Tahnee Lonsdale: Painting Vulnerability

Millie Walton speaks to British painter Tahnee Lonsdale about her current solo exhibition at Cob Gallery in London...

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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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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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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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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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