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Fighting Leukaemia Helped Me Discover Art - So I Sold My Farm To Open A Gallery

Stephen Dale | Posted 14.07.2017 | UK Entertainment
Stephen Dale

Art became a massive part of my life when I was ill, and with life so fast-paced today, I think it is important to have quiet, beautiful spaces, where you can forget your troubles for a while. If I can give just one person the feeling I had with the Bricks then I've achieved my goal.

How To Respond To Art You Don't Like

Rosie Leizrowice | Posted 17.01.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Rosie Leizrowice

Art is an essential part of our lives. Every person has their own complex opinions on it. In my experience, learning to react to it in a mature, nuanced way can have a powerful impact on how you interact with the world. Dislike is an underrated, yet crucial part of developing a sophisticated perspective.

Why Art?

James Dann | Posted 27.03.2017 | UK Comedy
James Dann

Why Art? James Dann - Nude Tin Can Gallery from James on Vimeo. An in-depth exploration into the virtues, velocity and vengeance that exists within t...

Sholpan Sharbakova Liberates Canvas

Katerina Zherebtsova | Posted 08.02.2015 | UK Entertainment
Katerina Zherebtsova

holpan Sharbakova is a classically trained pianist, soloist, laureate of international competitions and festivals, yet music is only one of her creativity codes. "Musical notes always had a physical presence for me" says Sholpan.

Top Sights in Mumbai and Karnataka, South India

Sandy Dhaliwal | Posted 09.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sandy Dhaliwal

Travelling from state to state can often feel like entering a whole new country. It's food, the people, architecture, the weather, literally everything may seem completely world's away from wherever you might have just been. Though you may have just ventured mere miles in reality.

Don't Shoot the Messenger! Especially If You're The Taliban

Piers Secunda | Posted 01.09.2014 | UK
Piers Secunda

In the early summer of 2010 I sent an email to the owner of an Afghan press agency called "Kabul Pressistan" expecting no response. The email was the ...

LOOK: 9 Amazingly Fancy Things You Can Buy If You're Rather Rich

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 28.06.2014 | UK

London is currently hosting art galleries from across the world in the confines of The Royal Hospital Chelsea as specialists have gathered together th...

Traces of Time by Igor Mitoraj

Diego Giolitti | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Entertainment
Diego Giolitti

Traces of Time is the celebrated Pietrasanta-based master sculptor's first major solo exhibition in London.

Paris For Free - If You're Under 26

Nola Chesworth | Posted 09.11.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Nola Chesworth

Ah, Paris! You're oh so beautiful, so romantic, and also, somewhat expensive. The chic boutique hotels, the mouth-watering steak frites, un vin rouge along the Boulevard Saint-Michel - just staying, eating and drinking in the French capital can be a costly experience before you even add on the 'must-see' sights of the city.

Meet the Artist: Mark Powell

Ben J. Cotton | Posted 21.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Ben J. Cotton

Mark Powell uses nothing but a simple Bic Biro ballpoint pen to create incredibly detailed portraits of the elderly. His chosen canvases are antique documents dating from 1763 onwards.

Why Has Tate Britain Rearranged Collection?

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 13.05.2013 | UK

Around 500 British artworks have been rearranged at Tate Britain. Visitors to the London gallery will now see the collection - charting from the 1500s...

'Blue Murder': The New Exhibition From kennardphillipps at Hang-Up Gallery

Ben J. Cotton | Posted 25.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Ben J. Cotton

Entitled Blue Murder, the exhibition investigates social decline and conservative ideologies that exist in contemporary society. By utilizing deprived materials such as newsprint, charcoal and ink, the artists have ripped away at layers to reveal the 'destruction of the welfare state'.

David Inshaw: 'The Greatest Living Proponent of the English Romantic Tradition'

Robert Upstone | Posted 13.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Robert Upstone

On the eve of The Fine Art Society's major David Inshaw exhibition, Robert Upstone considers what it is that makes his work so important

Maslenitsa Festival Opens in London with Russian Photography Exhibition

Theodora Clarke | Posted 13.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Theodora Clarke

London's City Hall will play host over the next two weeks to a selection of surprising and unexpected views of Russian architectural landscapes. 'Abstraction/Constructivism: British and Russian Responses to the City' documents urban life from both British and Russian perspectives.

Margate's Top 10 Award: Cruel Joke or Optimistic Appraisal?

Emily Buchanan | Posted 09.04.2013 | UK
Emily Buchanan

After a series of mysterious fires and the unrelated launch of a mega-mall nearby, Margate turned from beloved tourist destination to ghost town - practically overnight. Despite the efforts of high-street hero Mary Portas and the valiant rejuvenation of the Old Town, Margate continues to reek of recession and disrepair.

My First Art Critic

Ana Tzarev | Posted 23.10.2012 | Home
Ana Tzarev

I remember we had just finished doing a charcoal study of a set of three vases, when in walked the man who would become my first art critic: Marshal Tito. Marshal Tito had recently become the head of the Communist state, so he was well known, even to us 10 year olds. To say we were shocked beyond words is an understatement!

The Crown

Diego Giolitti | Posted 12.09.2012 | Home
Diego Giolitti

I am pleased to present The Crown, a photographic exhibition that is "the multicultural trash-dreaming" vision of The Fourth Height, a Russian collective of three artists: Dina Kim, Katya Kameneva, and Gala Smirnskaya.

Contemporary Russian Art

Diego Giolitti | Posted 12.06.2012 | Home
Diego Giolitti

Among the so-called emerging art markets, one of the most active, fruitful and worthy of attention is Russia. Russia's entry into the international ma...

Tracey Emin Accused Of Being A 'Tory Stooge'

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 28.12.2011 | UK Politics

Artist Tracey Emin focused on the cultural power of art galleries to revivify towns during her stint as guest editor of BBC Radio Four’s Today progr...

Cut It Out with Noma Bar at the London Design Festival (VIDEO) | Posted 15.11.2011 | UK Entertainment

As part of the London Design Festival, you will be able to view Noma Bar's interactive exhibition Cut It Out at Outline Editions gallery.