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A Threat to Northern Art

It was Pablo Picasso who suggested that ‘the purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls’, capturing the utterly infinite quality of art, a quality which allows the effortless transcendence of this ‘dusty’ monotony, through the suggestion of its complete inclusivity. 558 more words


Arts cuts so deep even the Tate may charge

Britain’s galleries may charge for entry again, warns Tate trustee, as councils trim their budgets even further.

Read more at: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/news/arts-cuts-so-deep-even-the-tate-may-charge-8498157.html

Chris Sabian is a portrait artist with… 12 more words

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Turner Prize 2012 @ Tate Britain

Nominees of 2012 Turner Prize were: Paul Nobel, Spartacus Chetwynd, Luke Fowler and Elizabeth Price. I only had heard of Nobel since seeing his work in 2011, the same works nominated for 2012. 716 more words


European arts cuts: the death of a Greek gallery

‘Art becomes the least priority,’ says Elizabeth Louizou, who has been
forced to close her formerly popular gallery in a prime Athens location.

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Fancy an audition?

On quickly scanning the papers, as I will do usually every morning, this came to my attention and raised a little grin….I must be honest! 46 more words

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