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In the detail...

Here is my detail…centre image, bottom row…in the (detail) exhibition in Thailand earlier in the year.  The juxtaposition of 144 artists individually chosen images of one of their works is interesting and frankly a wee bit crazy when used a cladding in a gallery that culturally is quite a distance from a classic ‘white cube’.   130 more words

Contemporary Art

MONDRIAN & HIS STUDIOS, Tate Liverpool → 5 October 2014

Duč pêntr Pit Mondrian (1872–1944) z rnând az wn v ɖ most impwtnt cntribytrz t ɖ dveḷpmnt v abstracšn at ɖ bginñ v ɖ 20ʈ senčri, n hiz stunñ n influenšl wrcs r reċgnîzd bî evrwn fṛm ātluvrz t stydnts v ācitecčr n grafic dzîn. 682 more words

The Guardian

Project LV One - Day 120 - Strange Conversation...

Sometimes you hear strange snatches of conversations.  The happened to me the other day as I wandered around Tate Liverpool.   Two women were discussing some art work and then on turned to the other and said “…of course I got a place at the Slade you know.” 137 more words

Project LV One

Project LV One - Day 119 - Things that don't actually exist

Contrary to popular belief photographs always lie – the image above more so than normal.  It was captured from a window in Tate Liverpool which overlooks the pool at Liverpool.   159 more words

Project LV One

TateShots: Piet Mondrian

Co-curator Michael White explores how Mondrian‘s studio became a way of creating abstract space outside his paintings.

Mondrian ‘developed the language of abstract painting…

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Red, yellow, and blue in Liverpool

Tate Liverpool is currently showing a selection the work Mondrian is most famous for: the iconic neo-plastic gridded works in red, yellow, blue, and black and white. 527 more words

Modern Art

Reflections on Life as an Artist.

After working as an artist for the last two years I’m finally beginning to feel that I’m making headway. I recently had some of my work exhibited in Tate Liverpool and Arena Gallery as part of the Liverpool biennial (thanks to Soup Collective), and I’ve been accepted for a residency at Bank Street Arts in Sheffield. 387 more words