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Where Did That Come From?

This morning I delved into the archives of black and white negatives. Firstly, I made three more prints for Norman, of his photographs for the book he is working on. 545 more words

Necrotising Fasciitis

Yesterday evening I read Charles Saumarez Smith’s 2010 introduction to The Folio Society’s edition of Kenneth Clark’s 1956 study, ‘The Nude’. Later, I began the book itself. 494 more words

Marie Khouri: sculpture that works as art and furniture

Something unusual is taking place at Equinox Gallery: it’s showing a sculptural installation that manages to be beautiful, functional and conceptual – all at the same time. 927 more words


Kenneth Clark and British Folk Art at Tate Britain, London

I was a bit apprehensive walking into Tate Britain’s Kenneth Clark (1903-1983) exhibition – other than completing a market research survey many months ago I knew nothing about the man and the huge exhibition rooms in this part of the gallery mean you’re going to have to concentrate on a lot of stuff before you come out the other side. 453 more words

Museum Review

Griselda Pollock in running to host Civilisation

Griselda Pollock has been put forward as a possible successor to follow Sir Kenneth Clark as host of the BBC’s revamp of Civilisation.

Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation @ Tate Britain

I didn’t really enjoy this exhibition. 

I’m sure you could’ve wandered round and thought various bits were fairly interesting; I’m sure one might’ve learnt lots about Kenneth Clark’s impressive role in patronage and securing public funding for the arts. 316 more words