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Sarah Sense : Weaving Water

Photography in Weaving Water acts as a political statement, and stands for the social and technological integration of different cultures. ...

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George Catlin and the Indians

An affecting impression of a man and the affinity which he found with his subjects, though always remaining on the outside. ...

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Mosaic Syria Exhibition

Some of the exhibited work has been smuggled out of Syria and will be exhibited abroad for the first time. Mosaic Syria at the P21 Gallery...

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Word. Sound. Power. (Tate Britain)

We are in collaboration with the artists. Where work is subtitled we begin to demand the presence of a voice and find ourselves clutching at headsets for dear life. We begin to translate our familiar...

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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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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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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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L.S. Lowry : Tate Britain

Beloved by many, but seen as a novelty act with shaky technique by others, L.S. Lowry has never quite fitted into the art establishment despite his enduring popularity....

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Jan Kempenaers : Breese Little Gallery

Jan Kempenaers presents man-made and natural monuments; formed and found stone....

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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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Broad Vision: Inspired by… Images from Science

So often in art/science collaborations it is clear how the process has benefited the arts practitioners; it is often more opaque what benefit the scientists have gained....

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Mumbojumbo and Gobbledygook: The Language of Art Terminology

Sometimes I invent new terms and insert them into conversations just to see who pretends they understand...

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Saloua Raouda Choucair : Tate Modern

It is her unique position as an outsider that has allowed the structures to develop - rather than the over-stipulation of an omnipotent artist...

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Turner Prize 2013 Shortlist Announced

Turner prize shortlist...

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Celina Teague : Brave New World Hits a Glitch

Teague applies a moral surface to the artwork, as such, she reveals herself as an activist and her paintings become personal tales of her protests...

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Metal Machine(gun) Music : DISARM

DISARM, currently showing at the Lisson Gallery in London features playable musical instruments created from illegal firearms and artworks of sci-fi sonic weapons...

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GV Art and Mind Symposium

GV Art, in partnership with Art and Mind, announce the attendance of Charles Ferneyhough at the GV Art and Mind Symposium 16 on May 7th....

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Hanging Offence : Erarta Galleries

'although much of the popular appeal of contemporary art is in its ability to provoke, we need to be mindful of the media, politicians and governments in relation to the arts' Erarta Galleries' Beth...

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Miranda Donovan : Walls [Review]

The viewer comes away seduced - seduced by surface, seduced by tactility and seduced by craftsmanship – and all there was to be seen were walls....

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Rob Moreton : Interview

Rob Moreton talks to Trebuchet about colour, music and art....

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Martha Parsey : Interview

Trebuchet interviews the bold force of contemporary painting Martha Parsey ...

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Hanging Offence : Karin Janssen Project Space

There is sometimes a tendency to overwrite, overanalyse, overcomplicate and over-theorize art. This might be an English thing, I’m not sure about that. Hanging Offence : Karin Janssen Project Space...

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Hanging Offence : Galleries Goldstein

I think it's very hard to be controversial any more, it's just become irrelevant and usually any one trying to do this with their work is doing it to get noticed, which usually, in my opinion, makes...

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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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Hanging Offence: GV Art

'I am often attracted to art that is so challenging it feels as though it has hit me in the gut leaving me speechless and tangled in thoughts'...

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Meg Cranston & John Baldessari [Interview]

'Instead of Catholicism or religion, now we are programmed by the corporations' . Artists Meg Cranston and John Baldessari talk to Trebuchet's own artist in residence - Nicola Anthony...

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Loitered Lens : Roy Lichtenstein

Arty photos of artworks by an artist making art about art....

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