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British Art Show 9: List of Artists and New Dates

Hayward Gallery Touring announce the artists for British Art Show 9, now opening in Wolverhampton in March 2021 and touring to Aberdeen, Plymouth and Manchester....

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Petr Davydtchenko Eats Live Bat in Big Pharma Protest

According to a spokesman, the video shows the performance artist eating a bat that was procured from a cave in the south of France....

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Amon Tobin’s Two Finger Step Out With Nomark

An interview with electronic pioneer Amon Tobin on his venture away from seminal label Ninja Tune to stand by his own beats. ...

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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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Surviving Lockdown: On Community and Inclusivity

Part five of Surviving Lockdown talks creating strong community groups to help rebuild society post-pandemic, with anti-racism as an intrinsic part of a new future. ...

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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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Painting With Velocity

Marcus Aitken is a gestural artist and drummer who sweeps his paintings with the same spirit and energy as the music he listens to. ...

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Van Gogh and Gauguin Brothel Letter Sells for €210,000

The letter will be part of an exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum this October entitled Your Loving Vincent: Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters....

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Trebuchet Talks – Episode 10 – Real Portraiture – Charlie Schaffer

This episode features an interview with 2019 BP Portrait Award winner Charlie Schaffer talking about how and who he paints in 'Real Portraiture', and a snippet from our next print issue on...

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Radical Black Resistance

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, a new show explores the impact of Angela Davis' visit to East Germany in 1972. ...

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StoryFutures Academy Funds VR Violence

Shola Amoo's new virtual reality work re-contextualises the notion of violence, by examining it through the lens of state oppression against marginalised and subaltern groups....

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21 Years in Hell: Marilyn Manson by Perou

A stylish photo study that's at least as much of a charm thanks to how photographer Ralph Perou places each image into context in his own inimitable way. ...

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Study Suggests Brain Unable to Distinguish Digital Reproduction of an Artwork From the Real Thing

Analysis found the differences in brain activity were insignificant, suggesting the aesthetic experience is not denigrated by being filtered through AR and VR....

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Sadiq Khan to Review “The Diversity of London’s Public Landmarks”

Statues of slavers could be pulled down under the mayor’s new diversity plan, which will include historians as well as arts, council and community leaders. ...

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Black Sabbath: The Besmirched of England

Notwithstanding the likelihood of the gradual declines of both Black Sabbath and the Church of England as cultural touchstones, their impact will linger on for generations....

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When Gonzo Met Farce

Conception unknown, The Buried Spitfires of Burma: A ‘Fake’ History is a tortured love child of Thompson’s Rum Diary and Poe’s "Gold Bug". ...

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The Healing Power of Painting

Abstract artist, Mona Lerch, shapes her paintings with her life experiences. She explores her emotions whilst working and embodies them into her artwork. ...

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Unknown Hemingway Story Published for First Time

"Pursuit As Happiness" will be included in a new edition of The Old Man and the Sea, which was originally written in 1951....

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Isolation Walks: A Visual Meditation

If we are ever to emerge from this dystopian vision with poise, we will have to be extra humble, strong and empathetic. ...

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Kraftwerk’s Home Computer Gets Video Makeover

The video incorporates elements previously used by Kraftwerk, including an animation of a computer, taken from the cover image of their classic 1981 album, Computer World....

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