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Hanging Offence : Jester Jacques

Not being able to have a physical gallery space has been challenging. But it in a way it is good, as it forces us to always look for projects that we wouldn’t otherwise and some pretty cool...

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Graham Nash : Life on the Road

Photographic Exhibiton : Graham Nash | Life on the Road. 3rd April – 26th May 2013 - Proud Galleries Camden...

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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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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 : Lahd Gallery

I got involved with the art world in the beginning just so that I could give the women artists from the Gulf, who were under-represented at the time, a chance to show their works and to have a bigger...

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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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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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Hanging Offence: Arts Canteen

Arts Canteen is a new UK-based arts venture that explores intercultural artistic relationships between the Middle East and the UK. Trebuchet meets Kelvin De Veth, curator and link-maker....

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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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Shoot! Existential Photography

An exhibition tracing the history of a fascinating fairground sideshow that sprung up following World War 1: the photographic shooting gallery. ...

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Hanging Offence: TJ Boulting Gallery

Controversial ideas are often the more important and interesting ones. But no, controversy is a byproduct, not the end point. ...

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Singapore’s Affordable Art

I’ve been slowly unraveling the mazes of subtle complexities in the art world here, and one of the first events to land on Singaporean soil as I did was the Affordable Art Fair....

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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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Better Beats

Cleared samples, loops, breaks and beats. Tons of them. Played by a master, Keith LeBlanc. One single dollar charge....

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Hanging Offence: Little Black Gallery

'The UK is far behind the USA and France in the photography market and needs to catch up.' ...

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Mitra Tabrizian: Another Country

Characters and places that seem to be taken from a parallel universe; an alien world full of familiar objects and people. Only, those people seem strangely detached and isolated, frozen in artificial...

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Henrik Schrat, IMT Gallery: Interview

'Cultural producers detect and create a certain cultural temperature which gives a social climate a voice' Henrik Schrat, interview...

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Hanging Offence: Transition Gallery

'We are always looking for new ideas and artists to show. There is no point in us doing what the big galleries do'. Transition Gallery's Cathy Lomax talks to Trebuchet ...

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Nina Stewart Artist Residency

Rent-free accommodation in the South London Gallery’s Outset Artists’ Flat. A rent-free studio in SPACE’s studio complex on Haymerle Road, SE15. A bursary of £5,000 towards living expenses...

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The Fouth Height and Urs Bigler bring The Crown to London

Erarta Galleries London with The Fourth Height + Urs Bigler bring The Crown to Diamond Jubilee London. The photographic exhibition is “the multicultural trash- dreaming” vision of The...

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Bedwyr Williams bound for Venice Bienniale

Bedwyr Williams in a project jointly curated by Mostyn and Oriel Davies and supported by the Arts Council of Wales will be the artist to represent Wales at the 55th Venice Biennale 2013 International...

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CONCEPTION: An exhibition to create dialogue and duplicity

Two artists, two cultures, two cities, two media. In this two-part exhibition spanning London and Belfast, the vibrant, acid coloured figurative canvases of Darren MacPherson are hung alongside...

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Newark State of Mind

'They say Newark is the new Brooklyn, which was the new East Village, a re-birthed and post-cool SoHo.' Scott Laudati sums up the Newark art scene....

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Transition Gallery’s ‘First Thursdays’

As we approach the end of February, the galleries of East London start buzzing in anticipation for the First Thursday of the month – the day it all happens. I talk to the Director of Transition...

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The Other Art Fair

Seduced by art: From art virgin to art collector It sparks off debates, encourages us to take a look at topical issues, delves inside the subconscious, and allows us to have a laugh at the world and...

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From Shiny Things to Silliness – Frieze Overview

Frieze was a fantastic opportunity to see a so many of the world’s top artists and galleries in one place. With a multitude of  styles and genres on show from over 170 galleries from...

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Kid Koala – Space Cadet

Typical. You wait all year for an album playing on the sound of the internal mechanisms of the piano, and then two turn up within a fortnight.  On first impressions, Kid Koala's Space Cadet...

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Art, Money and Shredded Credit Cards at Frieze 2011

October is the shining pinnacle of the art world calendar, and you cannot have failed to notice that Frieze, the biggest beast of all art fairs, unveiled it’s glistening art delights this...

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Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad

Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad...

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