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When we Build Again Johnathan Powell

These large abstract paintings almost engulf the viewer as they hang from the walls of the Mission Gallery. Black lines and bold blocks of colour are densely packed together and suggest order and deliberate structure, manmade structure, although their overall form feels very organic. 278 more words

Exhibition Reviews

Paris Exhibition Review

Lewis Baltz – Common Objects

“What is the relation between the beautiful, the ugly and the true in modern life?” –David Campany

I felt a vaguely Godzilla vibe while walking into the dark room which housed the first photos of Lewis Baltz’s work.

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July 2014 Museum Tour

Yesterday was  Sunday and I thought an appropriate day on which to visit the Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA), expecting to see some brooding Renaissance paintings of saints and sinners, the cousins of which I remember seeing there a year or two ago on Broadway and 61st Street. 380 more words

Posted By Elin Lake-Ewald, Ph.D, ASA, RICS

Exhibition Review 2: Lucien Clergue

Amanda Cowherd

Les Hommes Et Les Femmes De Lucien Clergue

#13 Atelier de Chaudronnerie

I wish I could’ve witnessed Lucien Clergue walking around talking pictures in his hometown of Arles while we were there. 374 more words

Arles Exhibition Reviews

Grace Williams, Escamotage exhibition review

Grace Williams
ARTicle Gallery, Birmingham
25 June – 16 July 2014

I visited Grace Williams’ exhibition on two occasions. On the first, my immediate response was to the almost overwhelming citrus smell emanating from the gallery. 736 more words


Brendan George Ko X ModTO

Proof Of Existence: Q&A With Photographer Brendan George Ko About His Father, Family And China

Creating art from my journeys.

AM July 4, 2014


http://modto.com/proof-of-existence-qa-with-photographer-brendan-george-ko-about-his-father-family-and-china/ 530 more words


Tristram Lansdowne + the National Gallery of Canada X Border Crossings

“Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada”

By : Marcus Miller 

Published in  Volume 33, Number 2

Remaking the Real – Issue 130 – June 2014… 80 more words