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Potted Histories: the Omega Workshops adverts campaign in The Burlington Magazine, 1913-1919

Alexis Clark, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at Denison University (Ohio), is currently researching on Fry and the Omega Workshops. This fascinating and thoroughly researched piece is an excerpt from her forthcoming work, and it has been written exclusively for the Burlington Index Blog.  2,634 more words

Art Market

October 22 and 23 at Lithia Artisans Market

There are 30 artisans signed up to participate this upcoming weekend at the Lithia Artisans Market. We all survived the storm last weekend. Feels like we dodged a bullet, not everywhere was so lucky. 376 more words

Around the World and Back Again

I was asked by Salaam Gateway to write a monthly column about Islamic Art. In this first piece, I looked at the restitution of an important Afghan bowl as a way of framing a larger question about cultural heritage.  161 more words

Frieze Masters

When I attended Frieze Masters two years ago it was not as popular as Frieze and the quality of art works was amazing – every artwork was a masterpiece. 174 more words


Frieze Art Fair

I attended Frieze art fair on the last day just before it’s closing time. The fair was in Regents Park between 6 and 9 of October. 407 more words


Art Market

So there is a new Art Market opening up. I’ll be there for the first week, but not sure if I’ll do any more. Having market stalls are pretty upsetting. 58 more words

October 8 and 9 at Lithia Artisans Market

The Lithia Artisans Market is 37 artists strong going into what might be the last 80 degree weekend of the season. Fall is a great time to come out and visit your local artisans market. 410 more words