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I’ve been haunted by Derek Jarman’s 1971 film Journey to Avebury for the last few days. Filmed in the year I was born I saw it (wittingly) for the first time early this year in the Hayward Gallery touring exhibition… 327 more words


Blue Movers

REEF is giving me much to contemplate. The exhibition raises fascinating questions about the Earth itself as an art space, and more troubling ones about the human impact on the sea. 1,001 more words


Painting of the Week: 103

Derek Jarman, Avebury Series No.4, 1973. Northampton Museums & Art Gallery. 146 more words
Painting Of The Week

Book Review: Derek Jarman - Modern Nature

Derek Jarman – Modern Nature

Six years ago Derek Jarman, the brilliant and controversial film-maker, discovered he was HIV positive and decided to make a garden at his cottage on the bleak coast of Dungeness, where he also wrote these extraordinarily candid journals. 645 more words

Book Review

this modern nature: a derek jarman scrapbook.

Derek Jarman was a queer film-maker and gay rights campaigner, active from the early 70s until his death from AIDS complications in 1994. An alumnus of University College London, he created an eclectic series of experimental shorts before delving into feature film-making, later becoming a prominent voice in the fight against the despicable… 574 more words


Review: Pride

Title:                          Pride

Certificate:               15

Director:                   Matthew Warchus

Major Players:         Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Paddy Considine

Out Of Five:             3.5

It’s been hard to miss the build-up to Matthew Warchus’ Pride. 910 more words

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