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Caroline Walker

Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles

How much can we find it within ourselves to feel sorry for a beautiful middle-aged white woman who lives in a stylish modernist house surrounded by high walls of tropical foliage with heart-stopping views over the endless gridded expanse of Los Angeles? 516 more words


Visiting Old Friends

Written, 10-27-2010

After reading about them for years and seeing the occasional photo, we finally saw them face-to-face 12 years ago in Paris, France.

Back then, we made a point to visit the Musée d’Orsay, the museum best known for its extensive collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces (the largest in the world) by such painters such as Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat, Gauguin and Van Gogh. 486 more words


Exhibition Review: Eddie Peake @ White Cube, Bermondsey, London

Sadly I was not born with a natural gift for writing eloquently worded articles retelling the visual experiences of the latest art exhibitions opening up around me. 233 more words

Charlotte Keates - Artist Review

Successive to receiving her BA First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art from Falmouth University, artist Charlotte Keates has exhibited extensively. Painting landscapes that combine and compliment the great outdoors, architecture and interiors, Keates’ paintings hold similarities to that of David Hockney. 317 more words

Opera singer Stephanie Blythe plays ukulele

The other day I was listening on the radio to opera Live At the Met, and they interviewed mezzo soprano singer Stephie Blythe.  They asked her if about social media and there was an awkward pause they mentioned something ‘low brow’. 146 more words


Louise Bourgeois' Legacy: Four Living Women Rocking Surrealism

Above: Installation View, “Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait” At MoMA. Image © Artifactoid. 

I love artwork by Louise Bourgeois. Her recent show at the… 442 more words

Contemporary Art

The Community Between Humans and Technology: Day for Night 2017 Review

From the first time I stepped foot into the old downtown post office in Houston a year ago, I felt oddly at home. Working within the entertainment industry, I have grown accustomed to showing up to an empty venue or stage, before the show is built, before the fans come in… before… … 761 more words