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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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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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Miranda Donovan : Walls

Miranda Donovan is more than a standard graffiti artist - she constructs the walls upon which she paints. Her third exhibition at Lazarides opens in March...

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Hanging Offence : Lahd Gallery

I got involved with the art world in the beginning just so that I could give the women artists from the Gulf, who were under-represented at the time, a chance to show their works and to have a bigger...

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Mariko Mori : Royal Academy

What would happen if I sat in the same gallery space at the Royal Academy, gazing and pondering this work for a whole hour? Here’s how it went:...

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Freya Pocklington : Wolves Find Dogs Delicious

These were stories that would have been told if the Brothers Grimm had been two daschunds...

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Becoming Picasso : Courtauld Gallery

Picasso responded immediately to the art and culture that surrounded him in Paris – in the first part of 1901 he devoured the sights and excitement of the city and its artists. In the second part...

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Martha Parsey: If 6 was 9

Parsey 's palette still has strongly sepia tonality and again dials into the mythic feminine figure, however there is a technical development in these works that we haven't seen before....

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Hanging Offence: Degree Art

Certain elements of the Art World feel the need to exclude others by making them feel unworthy of enjoying it. Great art will never require smoke and mirrors to achieve its deserved attention....

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Hanging Offence: Debut Contemporary

Opportunities are immense, they are global and with a little bit more planning and strategizing, a bit more knowledge, information and know-how when it comes down to how to navigate the art system,...

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Hanging Offence: Breese Little

We work on the premise that the gallery should always operate with increasing momentum, growing in step with the careers and aims of the artists we work with...

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A Case For Culture

The arts can engage everyone. Most of all, surely, we want those who may not otherwise be able to join in, to find the world of art available and open to them - whether for simple enjoyment or for...

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Vhils: Devoid

Regardless of any predisposition against doors, Vhils latest exhibition is deep, rich and amazingly crafted. ...

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Shoot! Existential Photography

An exhibition tracing the history of a fascinating fairground sideshow that sprung up following World War 1: the photographic shooting gallery. ...

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Hanging Offence: TJ Boulting Gallery

Controversial ideas are often the more important and interesting ones. But no, controversy is a byproduct, not the end point. ...

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Singapore’s Affordable Art

I’ve been slowly unraveling the mazes of subtle complexities in the art world here, and one of the first events to land on Singaporean soil as I did was the Affordable Art Fair....

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Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal

A 2 year voyage for this, the largest ever collection of Andy Warhol works in Asia, which will tour from Singapore to Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing Tokyo. ...

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Lazarides: A Street Art Empire

“You either close up a shop and cry behind closed doors for the next five years or you have a go and see what you can do next.” Steve Lazarides refuses to be daunted by economic crisis....

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Tate Modern: William Klein/Daido Moriyama

I am obviously a little biased toward William Klein and there are those who will no doubt love the Moriyama section of this exhibition; it is after all an impressive and diverse display of...

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Hanging Offence: Little Black Gallery

'The UK is far behind the USA and France in the photography market and needs to catch up.' ...

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Hanging Offence: Wapping Project Bankside

It is not an annex of The Wapping Project, it is a separate entity informed by all of the wild things I have done over the years at The Wapping Project....

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Hanging Offence: Heartbeat Gallery

A successful and well-established commercial space that is known for it’s unpretentious, welcoming environment that evokes familiarity within visitors and erases any notions of elitism commonly...

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Mitra Tabrizian: Another Country

Characters and places that seem to be taken from a parallel universe; an alien world full of familiar objects and people. Only, those people seem strangely detached and isolated, frozen in artificial...

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Henrik Schrat, IMT Gallery: Interview

'Cultural producers detect and create a certain cultural temperature which gives a social climate a voice' Henrik Schrat, interview...

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Call For Artists: UNHINGED

All artists involved will be featured on our website and be promoted as part of the Unhinged Collective (if they would like to)....

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Hanging Offence: Transition Gallery

'We are always looking for new ideas and artists to show. There is no point in us doing what the big galleries do'. Transition Gallery's Cathy Lomax talks to Trebuchet ...

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Hanging Offence: Charlotte Jansen [Art]

Trebuchet: What do you dislike most about art? Charlotte Jansen: Pretentiousness....

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