Remembering Beverly Berger

Remembering Beverly Berger

Jamie Andrews  11.08.2014
When I first tried to contact John, it was Beverly who answered my emails. She set up an initial phone conversation with John, and then...

Pretend Art, Pretend Critics: Fabrice Le Nézet's 'Elasticity'

Chris Townsend  8.08.2014
'Elasticity', as the internet was slow to realize, does not exist in any physical form, but only in the doctored photographs, video, and...

Five Artists at Debut Contemporary in Notting Hill

Lorenzo Belenguer  8.08.2014
Architects, graphic designers, textile designers, playwriters, illustrators, they all have something in common: they are all cosmopolitan...

Review: The Human Factor at Hayward Gallery

Victoria Sadler  7.08.2014
The works on show are from 25 leading international artists and span the past 25 years. Some of them are funny, some are traumatic. Some...

Late at the Tate Marries Art and Hiphop for the Perfect Experience

Jasmine Dotiwala  6.08.2014
Late at Tate is a programme of events for young and diverse audiences held at Tate Britain on a bi-monthly basis featuring music, film,...
The Restless Quest for Satisfaction: Why the Edinburgh Festival Is Like Life

The Restless Quest for Satisfaction: Why the Edinburgh Festival Is Like Life

Sara Sheridan  6.08.2014
The other way to go is simply to live on your instincts. An overheard recommendation between friends in a bar or coffee shop, a chance...

Go Figure - Cob Gallery

Bob Chaundy  5.08.2014
Curator Roxie Warder has brought together the works of six young UK-based artists in an exhibition at London's Cob Gallery called Go Figure....

Life In The Arts Lane - Week 85- The Dangerous Roads of London and the West Country

Thomas Woodham Smith  5.08.2014
As the Tour de France surges forward and the occasional pile-up is reported in the English news, so the domestic daily version of this...

The Concrete Jungle with Aida, Faith47, Paul Insect, Dscreet and Ghostpatrol

Milena Kotseva  4.08.2014
This week's 'On the Streets' focuses on the rather wild and untamed concrete 'jungle', recreated masterfully by the itchy artists hands....

Tibetan Tribute: Dirt Was Never This Symbolic

Larry Jaffee  4.08.2014
Tenzing Rigdol, a 32-year-old Tibetan artist living in New York, came up with the idea for the soil project as a way to pay tribute to...

Utopia: Kraig Wilson's New Photographs

Dr Michael Petry  3.08.2014
2014 is the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War and to commemorate it Wilson asked the British Army if they would allow...

On The Streets II With Faith47, CYRCLE, BEST EVER, Jaz, David de la Mano, Invader

Milena Kotseva  25.07.2014
This week's roundup of notable walls reveals a balanced overview of visual representations of some divine and human aspects on a rather...
People Are Really, Really Pissed Off About Secret Cinema Shambles...

People Are Really, Really Pissed Off About Secret Cinema Shambles...

Jessica Elgot  25.07.2014
It's not so hilarious for those who spent hundreds on tickets, travel, costumes and hotel rooms. But some of the reactions to the shambolic...
Arts and Culture in the Regions - Why It's Not All Doom and Gloom

Arts and Culture in the Regions - Why It's Not All Doom and Gloom

Sarah Maxfield  24.07.2014
Of course we could use more money - we had far more applicants to our National portfolio than we could afford to support. Yes, there is...