exhibitions

Is It OK if I Take A Quick Shot? The Trials of Curation

Art, controversy, exhibition. In introduction to the curator's metier...

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The Beauty of the In-Between: String of Subsequence

Discovering the intricate beauty of the in-between...

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The Straight, White Canon, and How to Evade It (Interview with Collective Creativity)

Something Human curator Annie Jael Kwan talks to Collective Creativity members...

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I wanted to actually capture some of the sky. (Interview: Nicola Anthony)

'As a species we adapt. Many suffering, and others denying. This is a classic reaction to trauma.' ...

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Krisis, Contribution, Conversation: Talking Photography (Interview with John Clang and Sama Alshaibi)

Art - asking the early and meaningful questions society is not ready to address...

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Building Her Own Wonderland: Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro Gallery

Unpredictable and undiminished, art's grande doyenne trailblazes through her ninth decade...

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Heads Up For a Load of Hieronymous Bosch

Sneaky September Madrid getaway? Add Bosch at the Prado for some cultural heft...

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Subverting the Domestic: The 2:1 show at Safehouse 2

A shattered yet still comforting vision of domesticity conveys the reality of contemporary urban life. Review...

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For the Love of Carmine (Lena Moross)

With offhand virtuosity, painter Lena Moross captures her intriguing muse. Preview...

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Protests, Parties, Pointillism. (Römer + Römer)

Berlin-based neo-pointillist duo appear at Hastings festival in September. Preview...

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Sprinkled Doughnuts, Venus and Furs. The Complex Candy of Dorielle Caimi

Irreverent and provocative, whilst retaining a rare humour, Dorielle Caimi's paintings interpret women's lives with verve and wit...

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Hanging Offence: Lily Brooke

Examining substantiality by (seemingly) avoiding the conceptual - curator Lily Brooke answers Trebuchet's questions...

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Maser Lazar: Orbiting on the Periphery (Maser at Lazarides)

Swapping the street art of Dublin for Fitzrovia's Lazarides Gallery, Maser comes in from the cold...

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What Lies Twixt Production and Reproduction: The Original Image

Investigating the space between original art and its many reproductions, The Original Image demands full attention...

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Hanging Offence: Jo Melvin (Director of the Estate of Barry Flanagan)

Dr Jo Melvin, Director of The Estate of Barry Flanagan expounds on curation, controversy and the responsibilities of maintaining an artist's legacy....

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Electrified, Stupefied, Exhilarated. Art Basel Miami

In the heat and glitz of Miami Beach, Art Basel Miami engulfs the senses and threatens to overwhelm the unwary. It's worth it though. Review...

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(Turk) (Must) (Do) (Better) A Critical Review of Wittgenstein’s Dream

Can we safely dismiss Freudian psychoanalysis with the lancet of irony? Or does the attempt fail? Gavin Turk at the Freud Museum ...

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Hanging Offence: Bjorn Geldhof (YARAT)

Artistic and Strategic Director Bjorn Geldhof answers Trebuchet's questions about YARAT art space and his intentions there....

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Tick, Tock, The Biological Clock. Torshlusspanik at Vitrine (Charlie Godet Thomas)

Objects which are normally solid seem malleable and aging in Charlie Godet Thomas' current exhibition...

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Photoreal Lines, Kaleidoscopic Colour (Joshua Roman)

Los Angeles' Joshua Roman has a touch with colour which intrigues the eye...

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Peter Sellers – Behind the Camera. The Photography of a 60s Icon

Peter Sellers – Behind The Camera showcases the photographic work carried out by one of the world’s greatest comedy actors....

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‘The denseness of the work creates a mystery’ Russell Miller’s Dark Art

After his exhibition at Studio 73 in London, we catch up with the dark and macabre comic artist, Russell Miller ...

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David Sinclair Jazz Photography, Royal Albert Hall

Retrospective exhibition of one of Europe’s most highly collected jazz and music photographers...

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An Uncanny Phenomenon: Wild Kingdom (Clayton Campbell)

Los Angeles media artist Clayton Campbell unveils a difference in perception between today’s society and past generations'...

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Great Things – Rebecca Pelly-Fry, Griffin Gallery [Interview]

I guess there is an element of wanting to put our stake in the ground and say that we believe the artists we show are going to go on to great things....

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The Other Garden

Four artists explore themes of temptation and paradise lost, voyeurism and privacy, curiosity, obsession and gratification...

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Artist or designer? [Alexander McQueen retrospective]

McQueen wraps the girls up protectively, in fabrics fitted so elegantly and perfectly that you begin to wonder if the clothing is meant to be like a shield....

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A mixture of figuration and abstraction. Interview [Bernie Clarkson]

'It was such a surprise to win the trip and exactly the sort of prize I would have chosen for myself'...

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Free-fall bliss of the iris [Richard Diebernkorn]

Diebenkorn himself has said that he was unaware of his surroundings as an artist...

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Arboretum : Royal West of England Academy

Fittingly, many of the paintings also included in this show are left raw and unframed, exposed to the elements – and artistic scrutiny....

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