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Duncan Campbell's booked out talk at IMMA :: Special offer for new and renewing members

Duncan Campbell, winner of the 2014 Turner Prize, is speaking at IMMA on Saturday 31st January at 2pm. Duncan will be discussing his current exhibition… 180 more words

Duncan Campbell

How To Be A Turner Prize Winning Artist

How To Be A Turner Prize Winning Artist: An Idiot’s Guide To Plagiarism (Martin Creed At The Hayward Gallery)

When visiting modern art exhibitions with my parents in tow, I brace myself for them to say the inevitable, “I could do that” – it always comes. 869 more words

Writing

My Secondhand Book of 2014: Seven Days in the Art World by Sarah Thornton

This is the best secondhand book I read in 2014. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at the artworld that’s divided into seven sections that are supposed to each report on a day in a particular art setting: The Auction, The Crit, The Fair, The Prize, The Magazine, The Studio Visit, The Biennale. 1,006 more words

Books

Wine, art and dividing opinions

The Modern Art world’s most prestigious event, the Turner Prize, passed quietly this month with considerably less controversy than usual. On this year’s shortlist were 3 filmmakers including Duncan Campbell who eventually scooped the prize, with the fourth artist working in the medium of print. 431 more words

Wine Collections

LUCY SKAER │ Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow → 25 January 2015

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“Ɖs xibišn fīčrz a grūp v piṿtl wrcs bî Trnr Prîz nomini Lūsi Scer. Scer implŷz a vrayti v mīdia, inclūdñ drōñ, sculpčr, film n insṭlêšn. 308 more words

Guardian

Meet 500 years of British Art - Room: 1760-1780

Tate’s curators introduce the new displays at Tate Britain, from 1540 to the present. This week, Greg Sullivan explores the period 1760-1780.

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Meet 500 Years of British Art - Room: 1540-1650

Tate’s curators introduce the new displays at Tate Britain, from 1540 to the present. This week Tim Batchelor explores the period 1540 – 1650.

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