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Martha Parsey : Interview

Trebuchet interviews the bold force of contemporary painting Martha Parsey ...

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Geographies of War [Exhibition]

The first lesson taught by physically tasting war is that ruination is the essence of all being. Death has no meaning and everything can be reduced to nothing in seconds....

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Hanging Offence : Karin Janssen Project Space

There is sometimes a tendency to overwrite, overanalyse, overcomplicate and over-theorize art. This might be an English thing, I’m not sure about that. Hanging Offence : Karin Janssen Project Space...

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New York Finds Cool Again: Fountain Art Fair

'It was the hippest New York scene outside of the eastbound L train you’ll find until next year.' Scott Laudati reports from New York's Fountain Art Fair...

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Meg Cranston & John Baldessari [Interview]

'Instead of Catholicism or religion, now we are programmed by the corporations' . Artists Meg Cranston and John Baldessari talk to Trebuchet's own artist in residence - Nicola Anthony...

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Roy Lichtenstein : A Retrospective

Tate Modern offers a complete picture of Lichtenstein and his development as an artist, including pieces from late 1950s right up to the mid 1990s....

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Hanging Offence : James Hyman Gallery

Controversy assumes that what artists are producing really matters. Otherwise, all it is is marketing or publicity....

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Caroline Jane Harris : Interview

I connect with the notions of the skilled hand, patience and emphasis on detail present in traditional Chinese arts. ...

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I have not gone out of my way to mythologise myself, but… Michael Finnissy

dropcap style=”font-size:100px;color:#992211;”S/dropcapince the late 60’s Michael Finnissy has been composing classical work that challenges, shakes and agitates the listener from...

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Becoming Picasso : Courtauld Gallery

Picasso responded immediately to the art and culture that surrounded him in Paris – in the first part of 1901 he devoured the sights and excitement of the city and its artists. In the second part...

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Interview: Reptile Youth

'if you have a country where the same old guys have been in power for a long time then it’s going to be a shit country'...

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Martha Parsey: If 6 was 9

Parsey 's palette still has strongly sepia tonality and again dials into the mythic feminine figure, however there is a technical development in these works that we haven't seen before....

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Our Ancestors: Social Climbers or downright loafers?

Did humans really come down from the trees or did we have to come down from the trees to become human? ...

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Hanging Offence: Degree Art

Certain elements of the Art World feel the need to exclude others by making them feel unworthy of enjoying it. Great art will never require smoke and mirrors to achieve its deserved attention....

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Hanging Offence: Debut Contemporary

Opportunities are immense, they are global and with a little bit more planning and strategizing, a bit more knowledge, information and know-how when it comes down to how to navigate the art system,...

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Hanging Offence: Breese Little

We work on the premise that the gallery should always operate with increasing momentum, growing in step with the careers and aims of the artists we work with...

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A Case For Culture

The arts can engage everyone. Most of all, surely, we want those who may not otherwise be able to join in, to find the world of art available and open to them - whether for simple enjoyment or for...

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Into the Appalachians [Tour Diary]

'A single lane road etched through this land that’s not the north, or south, that's forgotten by the east but far from the west. If you pointed a rifle at the vast nothing that encompasses the...

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Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal

A 2 year voyage for this, the largest ever collection of Andy Warhol works in Asia, which will tour from Singapore to Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing Tokyo. ...

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Tate Modern: William Klein/Daido Moriyama

I am obviously a little biased toward William Klein and there are those who will no doubt love the Moriyama section of this exhibition; it is after all an impressive and diverse display of...

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Emma Sywyj: China [Photography]

Sywyj's China series is as colourful and eclectic as one would expect of the location, but dispenses with the more obvious depictions of new-urban environments, ancient aesthetics and displaced...

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Araxie Kutchukian: Beyond

Araxie likes to keep it fresh, sees her paintings as a platform, a stage for the contemporary and antique at the same time. Changing scales and working against the viewer’s expectations make her...

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Korean Eye 2012: Saatchi Gallery

This month there are many things inspiring me, but one that really catches the eye is the arrival of contemporary Korean art from 33 artists including Debbie Han, Seon Ghi Bahk, Ji Yen Lee and Myung...

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Ben Young: Victory Gallery, Oregon

Ben Young i think i’m free When I was given the role of art writer for Trebuchet magazine I knew instantly that I wanted to write about new and emerging artists to relay exhibitions that people...

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Invisible in London: Understanding Invisible Art

Anyone living in London will have noticed that in preparation for the Olympic Games, a myriad of shiny new buildings, facades and artworks are materializing all over our City. This weekend I...

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Kids Company: Royal Academy of Arts

Homelessness, abuse, poverty. Who do you envisage? How can they put themselves in this situation? Why don’t they just get a job like everyone else? Today’s society has become accustomed to these...

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Yann Novak/Robert Crouch: Fata Morgana

Yann Novak’s last artwork, the album Presence, was an impressive tableau of ambient noise, deeply evocative and intriguing, yet desperately missing a visual element. A multimedia artist working...

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Tinsel Edwards & Twinkle Troughton: A Mini Retrospective

A kidnapped banker, an some escaped fairies and a body of work that has sprung from a duo of artists who’ve collaborated since childhood…. Until the 19th July, artists Tinsel Edwards...

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Pandamonium : Signal Gallery

The rather cheeky Signal Gallery has challenged all of us, from the panda lovers to the miserable cynics, to see this exhibition and remain with our hearts unmelted. They believe it can’t be...

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Ian Francis: 10,000 Years from Now

The degraded space shown in Francis' work appears aged, as the layered scenes hang on the canvas, caught in motion, peeling with time and abrasive in action. ...

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