Tag: painting

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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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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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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Edward Burra: Nottingham Lakeside

In some respects a English version of Georg Grosz, Edward Burra's art is more personal, less political. And very sexy. Burra, a master of colour and the human form, places one in a...

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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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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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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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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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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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