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The decadent and defiant paintings of Nick Brown

The drips that flow from Brown’s landscapes don’t just enhance the unceasing presence of movement that circulates through his work, but they exude a ghostly aura that brings to mind the passing...

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Dexter Dalwood : ‘London Paintings’

Whereas his previous work featured imagined interiors and locations acting as memorials to real people, here it is the narratives which are imagined...

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Late Turner : Painting Set Free

Tate Britain’s Late Turner keeps Turner on the stage rather than focusing on his exit. As co-curator Sam Smiles said, these are “paintings with subjects that have resonance”. ...

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Painting Now : Tate Britain

“The state of painting now” is a tired topic. The premise – that painting has lost its lure because of new media, which in their very newness enable their users to conquer new territory in the...

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SUPERPAINTINGS at Transition Gallery

They're laughing. Are we?...

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Ecological Mutiny: The Paintings of Adam Bloom.

Adam Bloom’s paintings of blood and bone are a strange attractor, holding the viewer quiet and nervous with their dreamlike and symbolic depictions of humanity. The imagery is at once horrific...

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Iron & Light: Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan speaks to both the natural and industrial worlds with his new sculpture at Château La Coste....

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The Risks of Abstraction: Orlanda Broom

With the risks of Abstract art it's a bold artist that doubles down. Orlanda Broom at Grove Square Galleries. ...

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Safety in Michael Rumsby’s Nature

Michael Rumsby on landscapes, loving life & joy in painting....

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Blood on the Tracks: Bob Dylan

Noble Laureate Bob Dylan exhibits his sculptures in the South of France ...

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Conceptual Art and the Danceful Process of Dialogue: Paul Sietsema Pt 2

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

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A Conversation Between Body & Object: Lee Ufan

The Korean artist prepares himself mentally and physically to begin each work and adopts specific bodily postures during the making process ...

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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 Knight Divided, Nature Interrupted

The Twin Exhibitions of Richard Stone and Celina Teague ...

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 2

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 2...

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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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Faces of Consequence: Tae Kim Pt 2

Korean artist Tae Kim on the portraits she draws from cyberculture. Part 2...

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New Folk for Old Tunes: Richard Thompson

A review of the rerelease of Richard Thompson's 1976 collection of rare and unreleased material (Guitar/Vocal)...

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undo undo undo: Vivien Zhang

Colliding motifs generate a sense of fluctuation and ambivalence, against a backdrop of repetition and certainty. 'undo undo undo' by Vivien Zhang questions our technological world making. ...

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Faces of Consequence: Tae Kim Pt 1

Korean artist Tae Kim on the portraits she draws from cyberculture. Part 1...

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People, History, Paint: The Rise of Gisela McDaniel Pt 2

An interview with diasporic, indigenous, Chamorro artist Gisela McDaniel on what narrative means. Part 2...

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Sunphase: Aubrey Williams

Uniquely evolved expression of abstraction in Caribbean art, Sunphase is a chance to see Aubrey Williams' rare works on paper...

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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 2

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

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Ploughing Landscapes: Rachel Rose

Eggs, time transformation. Classical landscapes tilled for revolution in Rachel Rose's Enclosure....

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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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Inside Our Nostalgia: Eleanor May Watson

A review of Eleanor May Watson’s exhibition Curtains Drawn at Wilder Gallery...

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Everything is in the Artist’s Favour: Danny Casale

Danny Casale on NFT’s, Positivity, and How to Make a $1000 Cup of Coffee ...

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The Empowered Salon of the Queer

A review of imagery and technique at Guts Gallery’s Salon...

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