Tag: hanging offence

The Unquenchable Fire of Killing Joke 

Refusing defeat, Killing Joke conquer Hammersmith. Live Review 9th April 2022. ...

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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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Hanging Offence: Lily Brooke

Examining substantiality by (seemingly) avoiding the conceptual - curator Lily Brooke answers Trebuchet's questions...

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Hanging Offence: Jo Melvin (Director of the Estate of Barry Flanagan)

Dr Jo Melvin, Director of The Estate of Barry Flanagan expounds on curation, controversy and the responsibilities of maintaining an artist's legacy....

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Hanging Offence: Sophia Contemporary Gallery

Building bridges between Middle Eastern and Western cultures by showing what they have in common rather than what divides them. Sophia Contemporary Gallery interview...

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Hanging Offence: Bjorn Geldhof (YARAT)

Artistic and Strategic Director Bjorn Geldhof answers Trebuchet's questions about YARAT art space and his intentions there....

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Hanging Offence: Kristin Hjellegjerde

I think it is often necessary for art and literature to touch on subjects that can be difficult. If people in arts don’t do it, who will?...

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Hanging Offence : Viktor Wynd [Museum of Curiosities]

I hope to see things that perhaps others neglect, so if everyone's momentarily interested in an artist I will look elsewhere....

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Hanging Offence : von Bartha

More and more people will only buy with their ears and not their eyes. Therefore we must work very hard to educate people about artists and the importance of art in culture and society...

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Hanging Offence : Woodrow Kernohan

Woodrow Kernohan, Curator of Ireland's Venice Biennal Exhibition talks to Trebuchet...

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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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Hanging Offence: Parallax Art Fair

Art objects do not have “magical healing” properties either. They cannot make people feel better or worse; informed or misinformed. That is wishful thinking. ...

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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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Hanging Offence : David Roberts Art Foundation

The market attracts more and more accessory and opportunist professions that blur the definition of what art is....

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Hanging Offence : Hay Hill Gallery

'We don’t exhibit artworks - we showcase artists.' Hay Hill Gallery's Sarah Jones talks to Trebuchet...

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Hanging Offence : Large Glass

What do you dislike most about art? That it can get away with it…!...

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Hanging Offence : Fiumano Fine Art

I dislike the notion that you have to be an expert to enjoy art. We all have eyes, a mind and a soul. ...

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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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Hanging Offence : Vitrine, Bermondsey Street

There is nothing better than entering an artist’s studio and just knowing that by collaborating with this person something amazing can be created...

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Hanging Offence : Rebecca Hossack Gallery

I'm not a fan of the notion that art is some unholy nexus of the fashion/marketing/money/sex industries. Art is about Life....

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Hanging Offence : Giulia Demichelis

'I often see hesitation in trusting the professionalism of the art business.' Independent curator Giulia Demichelis answers Trebuchet's questions...

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Hanging Offence : Vitrine

'maybe it is time to start thinking about new ways of talking about how art operates and how we define quality'...

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Hanging Offence : Proud Galleries

Classic, limited edition printed photography in an age where most people have cameras in almost every electronic device they own...

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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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Hanging Offence : The Residence Gallery

I want this gallery to see through the golden cage of the absolute to the highest realms of freedom and possibility....

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Hanging Offence : Charlie Dutton Gallery

'communications between gallerists, artists and the viewers can become misunderstood: rudeness, anxieties and insecurities are a lethal cocktail'...

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Hanging Offence : Ruth Garde

'I'm not sure there is such a thing as an artistic controversy, but there have certainly been many controversies surrounding art' Ruth Garde, curator, talks to Trebuchet about Michaelangelo, Bernini...

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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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