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How does a contemporary art gallery and artist residency find roots and thrive when it’s less than 400 kilometres from the Arctic Circle? It might seem impossible, but the Klondike has always been a magnet for dreamers and the arts scene in Dawson City is no exception. 127 more words

Dawson City

Food, glorious food!

I am hugely excited to be the new artist-in-residence at the Guildhall Library in the City of London, from spring 2015.  I am reproducing below an invitation which the library are issuing to people and organisations based in the City, who might be interested in getting involved in my first project.  351 more words


Istanbul Exhibition: Self-Evident

Last weekend my show Self-Evident opened at Halka Art Project in Kadikoy, Istanbul. It features nine paintings created over the course of six weeks as artist-in-residence, as well as five written texts to accompany the paintings. 992 more words



A while ago I had the privilege of being photographed by the lovely Bel Bare as part of her portraits of “creatives” collection. Of course, Vonnegut was with me – although he was unusually sheepish and camera shy on the day. 16 more words


Two more days of Miljan Suknović's solo exhibition

Happy Saturday everyone!

Two more days before the gallery closes for the season.

And two more days of MILJAN SUKNOVIC’s solo exhibition Constellations III.

We are open today and tomorrow, Sunday, from 12pm to 6pm.

66 Grand Street #1 NY-SoHo


Contemporary Art

The last weekend of MILJAN SUKNOVIC's solo exhibition

Come by and enjoy the last weekend of MILJAN SUKNOVIC’s solo exhibition CONSTELLATIONS III.

The exhibition is showing the work of the artist’s one-month-residency at the gallery in a dynamique and innovative expression. 90 more words

Contemporary Art

Making Spirits Bright

This card was created by Gail Hecox, whose husband is a patient at HCI. “I was envisioning the sun when I made the card. It was the day my husband, Gary, received a large, dangerous chemo dose before getting his stem cells back. 293 more words