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Life In the Arts Lane - Week 94 - Post Olympia Reflections
Thomas Woodham Smith
The costs of doing a fair are massively high in comparison to the annual rent of a shop. Yet, fairs continue to proliferate.
So, What to Make of Allen Jones?
Allen Jones is considered to be one of the finest pop artists of the 1960s but as creator of pieces such as Chair and Table, where female...
Grayson Perry Who Are You? At National Portrait Gallery
Celebrated artist Grayson Perry has been examining identity and how we define ourselves in his programme on Channel 4, Who Are You? The...
Walking Down The Political Line with Keith Haring
Keith Haring is a figure that hardly needs an introduction. Eye-catching recognisable style, murals, sculptures, drawings in public spaces...
Artists Explore the Digital Age in MIRRORCITY at Hayward Gallery
The exhibition presents artworks in a wide variety of media, from paintings to film, from sculpture to sound. But all of it questions that...
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In need of a holiday, yesterday I visited all seven of the Canary Islands under one roof! Seven illustrators from across Europe were each...
Making in the Modern World
The executive director of the Crafts Council on the organisation's ground-breaking new conference Since joining the Crafts Council, one...
Before the Dawn - Arabella Dorman
Acclaimed war artist Arabella Dorman has visited Afghanistan on several occasions over the past five years in order to capture in her paintings...
Wonderful Sigmar Polke Retrospective at Tate Modern
Sigmar Polke was one of the most radical, experimental and influential artists of the past 50 years. And the Tate has brought together...
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