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Grinlow Art Trail, Buxton, Derbyshire, 11th-13th July 2014

As part of Buxton Festival Fringe’s first Grinlow Art Trail I installed a specially made version of I am a Traveller in Both Time and Space into the Trail’s woodland setting. 160 more words

CJ Robinson

Mummy, mummy why don't MY dolls have fish tails?

I sat down with the lovely Yasmin Sinai to try and learn more about her, her sculptures and her community action programs. I first came across her papier-mâché sculptures in 2008 and have been mystified since. 1,258 more words

Iraq's Modernist Monument to the 14 July Revolution

On 14 July 1958 a secret military group of Arab nationalists, known as the Free Officers, staged a coup d’état in Iraq. The revolution aimed to eliminate the Hashemith monarchy and the last vestiges of British colonial rule in the country. 181 more words

Cold War

A Stark Home in a Stark Place

In a place barren of forests, a sharp angular house is very conspicuous. Though maybe its stark, raw form fits well into the raw landscape of Skara Brae, Scotland. Via Ignant:


Funny Fungi at Kew

These huge willow basketwork sculptures were made by Tom Hare and displayed in the open-air setting of Kew Gardens in London during September 2013. Inspired by a visit to Kew’s fungarium, the sculptor and artist created this work called “Fungi Fairy Ring” by weaving willows onto steel frames. 59 more words


Sculpture 27: Venus

The Venus Fountain, Sloane Square, London

Residing since 1953 in the centre of the square is the fountain by sculptor Gilbert Ledward