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Trebuchet Talks – Episode 9 – Dark Arts – Bobby Acharya

A Podcast featuring an interview with Prof Bobby Acharya from King's College London on the 'Dark Sectors of the Universe'...

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Art Money August : Banksy, Banksy, and more

Love is in the Bin - Banksy. Sotheby’s claim it to be the first artwork created live during an auction....

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Helen Beard Largest Solo Exhibition to Date

It's Her Factory introduces a new body of Beard’s large-scale, vibrant works that examine contemporary portrayals of sexuality, and reclaim ownership over the body from the male gaze....

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Art Money July : British Landscape Painters Plateau at Sotheby’s

In the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition of 1808, J.M.W Turner made a rare misfire. British Landscape Painters Plateau at Sotheby’s: Trebuchet July Market Roundup...

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Galerie da-End: What Ticks

Theatrical declarations and curated authenticity. Galerie Da-End: The mystery and the multidisciplinary...

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Precious Nothing Pt 3: I Ching

Space-time contains value on all human levels of understanding so where do we sit with it? ...

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Precious Nothing Pt 2: Borges

Space-time contains value on all human levels of understanding so where do we sit with it? ...

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Precious Nothing Pt 1: Pi

Space-time contains value on all human levels of understanding so where do we sit with it? ...

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Shaun Greenhalgh: bargains and vulnerability in the Art underworld

The line between artist and forger an interview with Shaun Greenhalgh...

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Paintings, Flat Sculpture, and Non-Medium Specific Art

Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro...

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Science Fiction and New Dimensions in Art

Adam Dix: The subtle elevation of iconography and reality...

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Postcards from the Lost Generation: Picasso 1915-1925

Review of 'Pablo Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism 1915-1925' Ed. Berggruen and von Liechtenstein. ...

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Anselm Kiefer, God, Death, and Seven Tons of Lead

This exhibition comprises mainly large-scale paintings that are flooded with molten lead....

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In Search of Selfhood: Eddie Peake at White Cube

Artist Eddie Peake's autobiographical new exhibition at White Cube....

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Art that Bends the Mind: Fiumano Clase Gallery at London Art Fair

Contemporary gallerists Fiumano Clase showcase their chosen few at the 2018 London Art Fair....

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Tushauriane – Let’s Talk About It (Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga)

Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga transforms her history and memories into monumental wall-hanging sculptures that are sure to surprise ...

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A Painter of the Mind (Agnes Martin)

Her artwork can sometimes say as little as it can possibly say whilst still existing. But what an enormous statement that is....

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Hanging Offence : Ronchini Gallery

For me, a controversial work is unconventional, contradicts traditional methods of interpretation and provokes a reaction....

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Hanging Offence : NOW Gallery

Putting design in the space as art and treating them with equal love and attention. NOW Gallery's Jemima Burrill interviewed....

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Simon Heijdens : NOW Gallery

Using cutting-edge technology, Heijdens will animate the gallery space through clever manipulation of sunlight and the prevalent Greenwich Peninsula wind. ...

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Automatic Art : Human & Machine Processes Make Art

A historical overview of computation systems, the symbolic basis of process thought....

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Tolkien, Art & Metal: Paul R. Gregory Interview

This year Bloodstock is summoning visions of the dark lord through an onsite exhibition by Bloodstock festival founder and painter Paul Raymond Gregory....

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Contemporary Sculpture, Zabludowicz Collection

At the Zabludowicz Collection, it is not just our perception of different media that is challenged, but also our relationships to time, scale, colour, form and materials...

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British Folk Art at Tate Britain

Challenging our perceptions of art and viewing rituals in art galleries : British Folk Art....

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Loitered Lens: Throne

Pictures of Throne live at the Cob Gallery, London...

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Dale Chihuly : Halcyon Gallery

Going Beyond the Object into Shadows of Pure Colour: Dale Chihuly’s Glass Sculptures at the Halcyon Gallery...

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Matisse Live : Tate Modern

Here art is about joy, tranquillity and hope. Not all art can be like this, but when it is, it is often at its most beautiful and poignant...

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Kenneth Clark : Looking for Civilisation

Behind the carefully enunciated words, is a man whose whole existence revolves around art, and that each phrase is born of a lifetime’s experience and understanding....

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Broad Vision : Future Human at GV Art

Integrating art and science, Future Human plays with the possible, the probable and the implausible through a collection of interdisciplinary artworks, experiments and speculative designs...

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Welcome to Iraq : South London Gallery

The attempts made to create safety and security for the Iraqi home have been staged. Just like the space in South London Gallery, they represent the crippled reality of political impotence....

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