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Nina Stewart Artist Residency

Rent-free accommodation in the South London Gallery’s Outset Artists’ Flat. A rent-free studio in SPACE’s studio complex on Haymerle Road, SE15. A bursary of £5,000 towards living expenses...

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Araxie Kutchukian: Beyond

Araxie likes to keep it fresh, sees her paintings as a platform, a stage for the contemporary and antique at the same time. Changing scales and working against the viewer’s expectations make her...

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Korean Eye 2012: Saatchi Gallery

This month there are many things inspiring me, but one that really catches the eye is the arrival of contemporary Korean art from 33 artists including Debbie Han, Seon Ghi Bahk, Ji Yen Lee and Myung...

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Ben Young: Victory Gallery, Oregon

Ben Young i think i’m free When I was given the role of art writer for Trebuchet magazine I knew instantly that I wanted to write about new and emerging artists to relay exhibitions that people...

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Invisible in London: Understanding Invisible Art

Anyone living in London will have noticed that in preparation for the Olympic Games, a myriad of shiny new buildings, facades and artworks are materializing all over our City. This weekend I...

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Kids Company: Royal Academy of Arts

Homelessness, abuse, poverty. Who do you envisage? How can they put themselves in this situation? Why don’t they just get a job like everyone else? Today’s society has become accustomed to these...

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Ian Francis: 10,000 Years from Now

The degraded space shown in Francis' work appears aged, as the layered scenes hang on the canvas, caught in motion, peeling with time and abrasive in action. ...

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CONCEPTION: An exhibition to create dialogue and duplicity

Two artists, two cultures, two cities, two media. In this two-part exhibition spanning London and Belfast, the vibrant, acid coloured figurative canvases of Darren MacPherson are hung alongside...

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Rashid Rana: NAE at Hyson Green

Rashid Rana’s: Everything Is Happening At Once ...

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Tate Modern: Yayoi Kusama

A review of Yayoi Kusama 2011 Tate show by UK artist Nicola Anthony...

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IMPRINT at the Serpentine Gallery 2012

The Fabelists – coming together to launch an event that crossed many boundaries.Serpentine Gallery’s Centre for Possible Studies, 21 Gloucester Place, 
London W1U 8HR...

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Yayoi Kusama: An Explosion of Stickers

Installation views of The obliteration room 2011 as part of ‘ Yayoi Kusama: Look Now, See Forever’, Brisbane Gallery of Modern Art, 2011 ...

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The Other Art Fair

Seduced by art: From art virgin to art collector It sparks off debates, encourages us to take a look at topical issues, delves inside the subconscious, and allows us to have a laugh at the world and...

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Artists: what are we worth?

The economic crisis has meant an economic armageddon for artists. What are we worth? was a panel discussion led by DACS and Artquest that considered how artists can create income in support of their...

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Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad

Creative Journey: How to Curate Abroad...

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‘Dear Curator’: Exhibition Do’s and Don’ts with Sara Raza

Artists want to be curators & curators want to be artists....

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Watch the Pretty Birdy: Sage Vaughn

Sage Vaughn’s press bio is a juxtaposition of culture and wildness, of knowing clichés and their subversion, bold phrases that beg repetition, and suggestions of a contemplative day trip...

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Polly Borland – Smudge

Entering Polly Borland's Smudge exhibition is like entering a nightmarish Studio Ghibli theme park...

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Trappings, Friezes and Being Female.

Kleio Gizeli, Lisa Holden, Martha Parsey, Carol Robertson, Susan Gunn, Rana Begum. Crossroads, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, March 2011 – June 2011. UK Female Artists...

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Miranda Donovan – The Home Unleashed

Miranda Donovan - The Home Unleashed - Lazarides Gallery, 24th Feb – 23rd March 2011...

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Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. Two

This review is the second chapter in my critical assessment, Part 1 examined Future Map 10, a pretentious and ostentatious shindig overly concerned with prestige. In this second chapter I am...

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Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. One

Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. One...

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Forget the Art World in the Oubliette Art House

Art house squatters the Oubliette transform a Soho ex-nightclub into an emporium of delights. The Oubliette is a curious initiative. When I first encountered it two years ago it was in an old embassy...

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Trouble with Curating?

Ben Street’s Gifted at the Josh Lilley Gallery answers the ICA’S question; why do we need curators? December 2010. Outside the great student fees debate rages. Placards set to one side, a...

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‘I Want to Fuck You’ – Derrick Santini

The Maurice Einhardt NEU Gallery 10/12/10 to 29/01/2011. Redchurch Street, Shoreditch A crowd is gathered in Redchurch Street. This is not uncommon, nor is it rare for the crowd to be enjoying an art...

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Above the line: Stuart Semple

Trebuchet interviews : Stuart Semple, an established artist who reviews ephemeral media images through his painting, placing them in the context of an emotional historical collage....

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