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30 September 2014
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With an exhibition title like "Big Swinging Ovaries" it's probably obvious that artist Jess de Wahls is a feminist. What's less obvious...
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The fun began on Tuesday, the doors to the Battersea decorative fair were flung open and everyone flocked to Mrs Sungoose's stand. At one...
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With the flurry of the festive season over, we're gearing up for another year of runway shows, celebrity collaborations and exclusive exhibitions...
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This week's 'On the Streets' is a hefty combination of brilliant examples of visual art in public indoor and outdoor spaces.
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As Head of Womenswear Design at Central St Martin's for 17 years, Howard Tangye's fashion illustrations have been highly influential to...
Diarmuid Kelley - All Cats Are Grey Exhibition
"First and foremost, I'm a painter a painter before anything else, not just a portrait painter. I love the texture and feel of paint."...
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Taschen's 100 Illustrators: An Engaging Glimpse at Illustration's Finest
Taschen's book 100 Illustrators, is aptly described by its editors as featuring "today's most successful and important illustrators from...
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As a fascinating parallel export, Warhol's art itself can be seen as a strong foreshadowing of Chinese contemporary art; consider his 1972...
On The Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art - 17 January 2014
Middle of January gave us fewer but more colourful and vibrant walls and here is what caught our eye this week.
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