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25 October 2016
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Dreamland sits firmly on Margate's seafront, the gentle decay of its 1930s facade blending into the line of distressed shop fronts along...
Unfinished...Works From the Courtauld Gallery
When I first heard that the Courtauld's Summer Showcase was going to comprise unfinished works from its collection, I wondered if this...
Tough Times? Art Is Always the Answer
The thing about art is that it asks of us everything. An artist brings to the moment of making - as painter, as actor, as welder, as dancer,...
Artists are Doing it for Themselves
Just five days after its Kickstarter launch his first project, a short film called ANNA, has raised more than half the funds needed for...
If You Don't Like Criticism, Don't Put Your Stuff Online
Everyone has the ability to be a critic, yet no one seems to likes criticism. In this instance, the author of a self-published book responded...
Why There Should Be More Creative Opportunities for Vulnerable Young People
Recently the government announced a fall in the number of young people in England who are NEET, an acronym for young people who are 'not...
Review: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts 'A Riot of Colour'
That great art institution, the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, is with us once again. All its familiar and much loved hallmarks...
2015 Tate Modern Year of the Woman: Agnes Martin
2015 is a good year for women artists at the Tate Modern with Agnes Martin opening this week, hot on the heels of Marlene Dumas and Sonia...
Preserving the National Gallery's Free Public Access for Generations to Come
I am sure that Julie Ward's recollection of her visit to the National Gallery as a teenager is reliable, but she has misunderstood the...
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We are experiencing an unprecedented interest in Contemporary Art. Last year the Tate attracted a whopping figure of 7 million visitors...
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This exhibition at the Tate Modern is the first retrospective of Agnes Martin's work in the UK for over 20 years and includes pieces from...
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