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After Nyne Meets…Dr Jerzy J. Kierkuc-Bielinski, Exhibitions Curator At Sir John Soane's Museum

Currently on display at Sir John Soane’s Museum is Face to Face: British Portrait Prints from the Clifford Chance Art Collection (running until January 24th). The exhibition is an exploration of the development of portraiture by British printmakers from the mid-20th and first decade of the 21st century. 591 more words

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Sixty Years Of Sculpture Celebrated In ‘Past Present’ By Bridget McCrum, Canary Wharf, Until Nov 14th

One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, is the proud home to celebrated sculptor Bridget McCrum’s new exhibition entitled ‘Past Present’.

Unveiled on the Canary Wharf Estate in the year of her 80th birthday, the exhibition covers all major areas of Bridget’s practice, providing a retrospective insight over the illustrious career of the sculptor; from the early carving of a dog made when she was just sixteen to the impressively large bronzes and stone carvings produced this year. 377 more words

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Evocative Nudes & An Anti-Gallery Gallery: Marc Lagrange at HEIST Until October 30th

Notting Hill’s HEIST is currently showing the first ever UK exhibition of works by the Belgian photographer Marc Lagrange, which is on display until 30 October. 302 more words

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Artist Talk

Eleanor Vonne Brown

“Galleries are not for artists”

Eleanor Vonne Brown, founder of X Marks the Bokship, delivered a practical yet inspiring lecture. As the owner of a bookshop located in Bethnal Green, a Publishing MA graduate, a curator, an artist and an experienced artist assistant, Brown was bursting with valuable tricks of the trade. 174 more words

And Then God Gave Us Anselm Kiefer

A proper blog post on my unexpected sojourn to London is forthcoming, but for now, I am left speechless by the “colossus of contemporary art” that is Anselm Kiefer.

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Road Trips

A Very Contemporary Chronicle - After Nyne Meets The Cob Gallery's Victoria Williams

The Cob Gallery, the London based gallery that champions emerging artists, recently announced a landmark collaboration with critically acclaimed Art Collective Le Gun.

Cob Gallery curators Victoria Williams and Cassie Beadle briefed Le Gun to respond to the famous Hogarth works of art that hang inside… 956 more words


Gilbert and George - Scapegoating

This weekend, I stumbled upon Scapegoating completely accidentally and think that location of the exhibition, in The White Cube, was both a blessing and a curse. 381 more words

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