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Artist David Shrigley lets it all hang out.

Ever since the Charlie Hebdo incident, there has been an ongoing global dialogue about freedom of expression in the arts and literature. I saw an exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria that featured an artist who probably never heard of the words self censorship. 237 more words

National Gallery Of Victoria

David Shrigley

Life and Drawing

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Until March 1 2015

David Shrigley epitomises the “my 5 year old can do better than that” argument. 543 more words


David Shrigley: Life & Life Drawing

My favourite kind of art is the kind that makes me smile: for its beauty, wit and ability to not take life and art all too seriously.   181 more words

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Overpriced, Overcooked, Over Here

Sketch,  25, Khagani Street, Baku. Tel: (+994 12) 493-76-34

Okay okay, more fool me! Somehow I was seduced by the name which is, of course, reminiscent of Mourad Mazouz’s famous two Michelin starred ‘Sketch’ restaurant in London. 734 more words


(Series 2 Review 1????? is this what this is??? is it another series???): Sketch

The reviews of London’s food scene have been dormant and barren for the past few morbid months (honestly). The reason for this (really, honestly) is, obviously (and honestly) due to Natalie’s departure from Hana’s life and also due to the departure of all their money from their pockets from eating out too much. 494 more words

Your artwork is terrible and you are an imbecile

Untitled (I will show the world how brilliant I am), 2014, David Shrigley

David Shrigley’s black humour is on display at NGV International until 1 March and I highly recommend the show for those who like a bit of absurdity in art. 55 more words


Weak Messages Create Bad Situations

I only recently came across British artist David Shrigley as I was (yet again) scouring for photos of the magnificently reworked Sketch London dining room. I came for the 50 shades of pink, scalloped chairs, and marble chevron floors, but I stayed for the continuous strip of comical sketches that works its way along the two side walls. 157 more words