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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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Cutting his Way to Freedom: Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs is a must-see for so many different reasons. The Tate director, Nicholas Serota, claims it will be “the most evocative and compelling show that London has ever seen”....

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Late Turner : Painting Set Free

Tate Britain’s Late Turner keeps Turner on the stage rather than focusing on his exit. As co-curator Sam Smiles said, these are “paintings with subjects that have resonance”. ...

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Brett Armory : Lazarides Gallery

Waiting series examines the social disconnect of individuals on public transport and in public spaces, always waiting, never being....

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A Dialogue with Nature : Courtauld Gallery

Landscape embodied a mysterious border space to combat the creeping rise of social industrialisation and cultural European realism...

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Matter and Memory : Alison Jacques Gallery

Unassuming yet powerful provocations to our innate memories of what it is to be a human within the matter of the world...

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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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Chinese New Year Art Show

From the group that brought you the Big Deal art show comes a very special art show for the Chinese New Year....

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Arts Catalyst : Republic of the Moon

An exhibition about the moon that proposes a Manifesto should by rights fall apart in great steaming chunks of hubris, but it doesn’t, it has value and holds interest by raising lasting questions. ...

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Charlie Billingham : Tender

It is this sense of paradoxical delight which pervades the playful tones of Charlie Billingham’s latest installation of paintings, marching uniformly across the red grid of the gallery walls. ...

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NOISE & whispers : GV Art

Produced partly in response to open call for sound works dealing with the interface between art and science, the show gives an overview of some of the main tendencies in contemporary sound art...

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Tom De Freston : The Charnel House

De Freston’s is a primarily personal painterly vocabulary of translated - rather than quoted - cultural references...

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Novelty : Asylum Chapel

Is an artwork good just because it exhibits newness?...

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Painting Now : Tate Britain

“The state of painting now” is a tired topic. The premise – that painting has lost its lure because of new media, which in their very newness enable their users to conquer new territory in the...

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Connect : A-Side B-Side Gallery

Interweaving visual and auditory dialogues of installation, painting, music, spoken word and sculpture which invite the viewer to engage with the sensuality of creative expression....

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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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Hanging Offence : Arebyte Gallery

'We intend to make Arebyte a space dedicated to research and the practice of New Media and Performance arts.' Nimrod Vardi talks to Trebuchet...

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Liu Xiaodong at Lisson Gallery

There is a modesty and complexity in the self-aware theatricality of his approach that eschews any defined categories or cultural heritage...

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Generation : GV Art

'Motherhood in a sense is a performance, that the artists too are re-rehearsing'. Trebuchet reports on Generation at London's GV Art gallery....

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Robert Mapplethorpe : Fashion Show

obert Mapplethorpe: Fashion Show Caution: Borderline NSFW image appears mid-way through text His delicate gaze saw with clarity what others did not Poignant, Touching and Reflective are not usually...

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Gromit Unleashed (RWA, Bristol)

The Gromit trail acted as an excuse to explore the diverse areas of Bristol. It encouraged us to walk round the city, disguising exercise as fun entertainment. ...

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