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Kemang Wa Lehulere: To whom it may concern x Stevenson Gallery

Japanese artist and composer Mieko Shiomi’s Spatial Poem No.3 carried a simple instruction: Record your intentional effort to make something fall, occurring as it would, simultaneously with all the countless and incessant falling events. 1,045 more words

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Tiger, tiger at the end of my arrow

A lively exhibition of images from royal hunts that reveals the age-old drama of man’s swaggering conquest of nature (published in the Hindu BLINK, 1 August, 2015) 859 more words

Kanishk Tharoor


NYやLondonに拠点を置き、ハイエンドなアートレビューを掲載するサイト「Studio International」にて、

キユナハヤトの個展「NO ALOHA」をご紹介頂きました! 12 more words


Review of Plymouth Contemporary Open 2015

Recently I went to a new exhibition at the Peninsula Arts Gallery, the Plymouth Contemporary Open 2015, it showcases new, up and coming creative talent alongside nationally and internationally significant artists. 237 more words






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CLUSTER BOMB present their pilot performance TYPHOO BASIN  – a digital, site-specific, promenade performance around Digbeth and Birmingham Fazeley Canals inspired local heritage, personal testimony, interactive performance and action intervention. 161 more words

Richard Diebenkorn: a conversation (part three)

22nd May 2015, David Cook and I visited the Richard Diebenkorn exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Afterwards, we discussed the show by email. 951 more words


Human Portray: Inside/Out - Brick Lane Gallery

“One’s far to Suffolk for Shoreditch”.

As I walk down Brick Lane in my M&S shirt I’m feeling very aware that I’m no hipster, I’m not a vintage fan, and I would not feel right leaving the house in training shoes, unless the gym is my destination. 936 more words