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Cathrin Hoffmann Debut Solo Exhibition

IT STILL SMELLS OF NOTHING features installation and sculpture by Hoffmann for the first time, alongside some of the artist’s largest and most ambitious paintings to date. ...

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Jade van der Mark: We’re All Human

Dutch artist's first London solo show explores contemporary society both before and after the pandemic, and examines the dichotomy of crowds and human intimacy....

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Conrad Jon Godly: Nevertheless

Godly's second show at JD Malat Gallery represents a return to the artist's favourite subject matter: the awe, terror, beauty, and suspense of the mountains. ...

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Soft Power in the Political Art of Annya Sand

An interview with London based painter Annya Sand on painting and politics. ...

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The Last Faust Gesamtkunstwerk

Artist Philipp Humm uses Goethe’s narrative as the compass for his own retelling of the Faust legend, as he continues to create a total body of work....

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Grove Square Galleries Launches With Lockdown Paintings by Christopher Kieling

Sierra, a significant body of new paintings, was created during the lockdown of spring 2020 and presents a visual reduction of the artist's surroundings....

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MSCHF Recreate Medical Bills and Sell to Erase $73,000 Debt

The Brooklyn-based group sold each work at a price equal to the amount of each individual’s debt, with the profits sent to the bill owners in full....

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Feel Flows: Richard Stone & Lorena García Mateu

A review of joint contemporary art exhibition, A Splendour Amongst Shadows, at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London Bridge. ...

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Decoding our futurist longings in the work of Tullio Crali

An exploration of the talent, impact and vision of futurist aeropainter Tullio Crali...

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Axel Stocks: Blood Painting Genealogist

Axel Stocks: A Blood Painter and Genealogist by Jeffrey Wengrofsky...

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Lisa Sanditz: Mud Season

Paintings made during lockdown reimagine and rework the tradition of the Romantic landscape in the time of global health pandemics and Trump-era America....

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Tommy Fiendish: FAITH

Box Galleries kickstart their spotlight on emerging artists with Fiendish's unflinching reflection of politics and the human condition through the converging aesthetics of modern baroque and street...

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Ian Cumberland: Presence in Absence

Best known for his hyperrealist portraits of isolated subjects in detailed interiors, Cumberland explores themes of mass media culture, surveillance and the notion of the human self....

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Lovecraft, AI, and the Limits of Human Imagination

The question highlights the field of discourse for how humans work with AI-generated content...

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Screen Grabs and Future Constructs in the Work of Ian Francis

Prismatic Reality Distortions: An intervirew with Painter Ian Francis. ...

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Surrealism, Over, Yet Everywhere: Mica McDonald and Sofia Mitsola

“And now consider how passing a child on a swingCalling higher, higherCan bring back all that tender trauma of childhoodRealising that we don’t leave the past behindBut that it leaves...

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The Golden Age of Spanish Modern Art

Colnaghi, London, present a survey of painting by Spanish artists of the late 19th and 20th centuries....

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Paintings Showing First Gay Kiss in UK Theatre Acquired for the Nation

Leonard Rosoman’s paintings of John Osborne's 1965 play A Patriot for Me shine light on a stage production that was an important chapter in LGBTQ+ history....

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Bartholomew Beal (1989-2019)

Beal passed on Boxing Day 2019, aged 30. His legacy is an incredible body of work from 2012 onwards, and an outstanding inspiration to his contemporaries. ...

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Trebuchet Talks – Episode 10 – Real Portraiture – Charlie Schaffer

This episode features an interview with 2019 BP Portrait Award winner Charlie Schaffer talking about how and who he paints in 'Real Portraiture', and a snippet from our next print issue on...

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Kent Monkman Apologises for Controversial Justin Trudeau Painting

Following outcries against the work on social media, the Cree artist says that the image 'failed' in its message to address the victimisation of indigenous women....

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Artist Releases Paintings Responding to the Coronavirus From Lockdown

David Downes, a landscape painter who amplifies the sense of place and time through the lens of autism, is painting one piece a day throughout isolation....

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In Sight of History

John Claridge: Being Aware. An interview with a legend on the photographing of legends...

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Debut Solo Show by Fresco Painter Ella Walker

Cosmati Floor and Wax Fruit draws on a collected archive of varied imagery, and explores notions of stage, spectacle, desire and design....

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Growing an Identity

Dr. Heba El Aziz: Petri Portraits. Interview on Bio-art and the new portraiture....

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Alienated Ambiguity

Hedley Roberts: Unknown faces, arch pleasures. An interview on the harsh light of creative vision...

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Tearing the mouth of language

Nieto: Linguistic chaos. An interview with the most perverse artist in history, maybe....

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Keys and Red Herrings

Nigel Grimmer: this is not what you're looking for. An interview with the mercurial. ...

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Portraits in the marketplace

Strident Sitters: Portraits in the Marketplace. Who's buying...

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Hunter Potter Debut UK Solo Exhibition

I Ain’t Half The Man I Wanted To Be revolves around the artist's personal meditation on the expectations of masculinity....

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