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Justin Adian : Skarstedt London

Strangers, the first U.K exhibition by American artist Justin Adian...

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Caroline Piteira [Interview]

'almost everyone only ever encounters the 'cover' when meeting others, whereas I want to go behind everyone's mask and see who everyone really is'...

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Automatic Art : Human & Machine Processes Make Art

A historical overview of computation systems, the symbolic basis of process thought....

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Tolkien, Art & Metal: Paul R. Gregory Interview

This year Bloodstock is summoning visions of the dark lord through an onsite exhibition by Bloodstock festival founder and painter Paul Raymond Gregory....

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Kazimir Malevich : A Beautiful Mind

His work is the exteriorisation of the infinite space within our minds regardless of time and space, regardless of whether we are in Gaza, Duma, Mosul or Kiev....

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Takahito Irie : Interview

I like the Sci-fi stuff. We always harbour desire and imagination for future life, and humans are making it real....

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Dale Chihuly : Halcyon Gallery

Going Beyond the Object into Shadows of Pure Colour: Dale Chihuly’s Glass Sculptures at the Halcyon Gallery...

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Kenneth Clark : Looking for Civilisation

Behind the carefully enunciated words, is a man whose whole existence revolves around art, and that each phrase is born of a lifetime’s experience and understanding....

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Hormazd Narielwalla

Hormazd Narielwalla’s work is a celebration of both ancient tailoring techniques, collage and the human form. ...

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Welcome to Iraq : South London Gallery

The attempts made to create safety and security for the Iraqi home have been staged. Just like the space in South London Gallery, they represent the crippled reality of political impotence....

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Art Belongs to the People : Ashmolean Museum

A show focussed on a previously overlooked dynamic between the grandfather of the post-war avant garde, Joseph Beuys, and his politically mobilized student at the Dusseldorf Academy: Jörg...

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Late Turner : Painting Set Free

Tate Britain’s Late Turner keeps Turner on the stage rather than focusing on his exit. As co-curator Sam Smiles said, these are “paintings with subjects that have resonance”. ...

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Ruin Lust : Tate Britain

Ruins can point towards futures, potentials, opportunities and constructions of the new, as well as to endings...

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Brett Armory : Lazarides Gallery

Waiting series examines the social disconnect of individuals on public transport and in public spaces, always waiting, never being....

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Darren MacPherson : Interview

It’s never about the figure, always about the painting. I know some people will view it as erotica but I can’t control that.......

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A Dialogue with Nature : Courtauld Gallery

Landscape embodied a mysterious border space to combat the creeping rise of social industrialisation and cultural European realism...

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Matter and Memory : Alison Jacques Gallery

Unassuming yet powerful provocations to our innate memories of what it is to be a human within the matter of the world...

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Charlie Billingham : Tender

It is this sense of paradoxical delight which pervades the playful tones of Charlie Billingham’s latest installation of paintings, marching uniformly across the red grid of the gallery walls. ...

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Painting Now : Tate Britain

“The state of painting now” is a tired topic. The premise – that painting has lost its lure because of new media, which in their very newness enable their users to conquer new territory in the...

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Drifting through Frieze

Checking out Dürer, Richard Serra and Richard Silver, Trebuchet's art correspondent finds much to interest her outside of Frieze....

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Sean Molloy [Interview]

The area I live in, in a way, motivates me to work on ways to overcome its inherent ugliness. ...

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Liu Xiaodong at Lisson Gallery

There is a modesty and complexity in the self-aware theatricality of his approach that eschews any defined categories or cultural heritage...

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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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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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Restless Ribeiro : An Indian Artist in Britain

A leading painter during the 60s and 70s, he was considered THE leading Indian artist resident in the UK until he was overshadowed by changing tastes and the epic rise of Anish Kapoor...

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Oliver Sin, Artist : Interview

Everybody has a unique perspective to sense and communicate. Mine is mostly comes from my musical heritage. It's like improvising in music. Science and futurology are all parts of my style....

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The Most Interesting Man In The World: George W. Bush

The overall trait of the dog is loyalty, an instinct of which George W. Bush seemed to possess none. So why is he painting them?...

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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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Martha Parsey : Interview

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

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