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Michael Craig-Martin: a conversation (part one)

5th January 2016, David Cook and I visited Michael Craig-Martin: Transience at the Serpentine Gallery in London. Afterwards, we discussed the show by email. The following is the result of several weeks’ electronic toing and froing. 771 more words

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Rhian Haf "Captured Moments" 2015 Exhibiting at Mission Gallery Swansea (Jan 23rd - March 13th 2016)

Since moving to Swansea 9 months ago, I have been waiting for an exhibition such as this to inspire me to write again. This exhibition was right up my street; minimal, monochrome, clean and pure. 177 more words

Exhibition Review

Look Before You Leap: Black Mountain College Review

I wouldn’t go as far as to say I went home to Boston for New Year’s purely to see Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957 at the Institute of Contemporary Art, but it was definitely on my mind as I booked my flights. 355 more words

Christie's Education London

The Art of Prayer

I’ve never really fully understood the art of prayer. As a boy, certainly I was herded with my equally oblivious acned brethren into the pine pews at the Cranhill Parish Church in the East End of Glasgow. 763 more words

Travel Review

American Stories: 1800-1950

I Visited “American Stories: 1800-1950”, Vassar’s latest exhibit featuring American art (thru Apr 17, 2016). Gleaned from The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center’s vast collection of over 20,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, artifacts, etc., Curator James Mundy, Director of the Anne Hendricks Bass Art Center, has chosen 59 works that he has divided into 3 Sections: People, Places, and Moments. 242 more words

Memory Room

Memory Room, Library at the Dock, Melbourne
Visit date: October 2015

Home. I’ve always longed and lusted for a home. Something so simple: a shelter over one’s head and protection from the winds, yet so difficult: just walk around Melbourne’s streets. 815 more words

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost - An Analysis

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
– BY ROBERT FROST

Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though; 873 more words

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