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Ruin Lust : Tate Britain

Ruins can point towards futures, potentials, opportunities and constructions of the new, as well as to endings...

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Darren MacPherson : Interview

It’s never about the figure, always about the painting. I know some people will view it as erotica but I can’t control that.......

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Lorenzo Rudolph / Art Stage Singapore : Interview

People are now paying more attention to the region and more institutions are now working with and supporting Southeast Asian artists. Lorenzo Rudolph talks to Nicola Anthony about Art Stage Singapore...

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Hanging Offence : Erarta Zurich

Without controversy there would be no discussion. Without discussion there would be no mental growth, no change. Therefore it is crucial. Erarta, Zurich. Interview...

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Hanging Offence : David Roberts Art Foundation

The market attracts more and more accessory and opportunist professions that blur the definition of what art is....

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Hanging Offence : Hay Hill Gallery

'We don’t exhibit artworks - we showcase artists.' Hay Hill Gallery's Sarah Jones talks to Trebuchet...

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The Princely Treasures of Liechtenstein

My senses did register the location as a slightly jarring combination of old and new, however my impressions were still that of awe and gilded opulence. ...

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The Young Dürer : Courtauld Gallery

It is through drawing the figure, that the Young Dürer became the highly celebrated Dürer. Review...

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The Archive : Obsession, Festivals and Time

There are so many regulations. I think the way the UK is policed these days it would be very difficult to do free festivals...

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Hanging Offence : Rebecca Hossack Gallery

I'm not a fan of the notion that art is some unholy nexus of the fashion/marketing/money/sex industries. Art is about Life....

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Amazon ’s Newest Venture: Selling Art

This grouping together of 100 odd fine art galleries selling expensive artwork through one of the world’s largest corporations creates a very different experience for the buyer....

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Hanging Offence : Giulia Demichelis

'I often see hesitation in trusting the professionalism of the art business.' Independent curator Giulia Demichelis answers Trebuchet's questions...

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Less Than Zero Hours?

As the number of workers on 'zero-hours' contracts is estimated at over a million, new fees for employment tribunal claims put justice out of reach for many...

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Hanging Offence : Vitrine

'maybe it is time to start thinking about new ways of talking about how art operates and how we define quality'...

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The Rebirth of Nature : Louise McNaught

A magical world where animals are gods, magic exists, and things around us possess an ethereal, delicate yet simultaneously bold appearance. LouiseMcNaught at DegreeArt...

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Mystic Chemist: The LSD Biography of Albert Hofmann

' a chemist who does not get mystic looking at the wonders of creation that he's researching is not a real chemist' - Albert Hofmann...

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An ABC of Aesthetics

There is a distinction between art and entertainment, one of them being that art is meant to be hard work. ...

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Cob and Guts (and curation)

Life in dreams is magnified, multiplied and recycled to form a new visual language that drifts in and out of cognitive understanding. Francesca Goodwin investigates new curatorial approaches at Cob...

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Sarah Corbett: Interview (Part 1)

In part one of this interview, Trebuchet's Sarah Corbett speaks to the Craftivist Collective's Sarah Corbett about the growth of craftivism, practical issues and how craftivism can change and...

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Collecting Gauguin: Samuel Courtauld

Courtauld literally lived with his collections and so it was the physical composition of the work (such as Gauguin) itself wherein his main interests lay ...

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Henry Diltz Interview [Part 2]

It was all peace and love; let the universe decide, do it the right way. That’s the way life should be and maybe it will....

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Hanging Offence : Jerwood Charitable Foundation

It’s a travesty that political society, for the most part, doesn’t value artistic thinking and exploration as it should. This civilisation will be poorer in all ways as a result....

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Hanging Offence : Scream

'our aesthetic is bold, bright, high impact works with an emphasis on the skill or craft of creating works of art' ...

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In Defence of Art

They would then stalk, with a suitably knowing sneer creasing their upper lips, around the space and direct small troops of eager attendants to move paintings a little to the left or a little to the...

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Friends and Allies

Favourite companies, media agencies, pr, fellow travellers, blogs, bands, friends, saviours and distractions. Blogroll and Partner Links....

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Hanging Offence : Ruth Garde

'I'm not sure there is such a thing as an artistic controversy, but there have certainly been many controversies surrounding art' Ruth Garde, curator, talks to Trebuchet about Michaelangelo, Bernini...

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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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