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Black holes, buttons, floodwaters – Roni Reuven

Black holes, buttons, floodwaters – Roni Reuven

By Dorit Kedar

Black Holes

During the 90s of the previous century, Reuven chose for his artwork large-sized plywood foundations (100X100 cm) for his complex compositions. 242 more words


Black Mastry

By Olivia Nathan

Kerry James Marshall’s retrospective at the MET Breuer, rightly titled “Mastry”, is a collection of his earliest and latest figural paintings which continue to focus on the African-American experience. 479 more words

The Little Dancer By Edgar Degas {An Art Review}

This week I have been learning about  Edgar Degas.  He is one of my all time favourite artists!  This review is on one of the last sculptures he ever did,  346 more words

Art Review

Uncovering Another Fabritius? (Guest Blog)

I’ve been to Edinburgh to see The Goldfinch, and would concur with Intermezzo’s comments. For me though, there is a related problem.

There is currently an exhibition at… 173 more words

Carel Fabritius

'Erewhon' touring with NETS Victoria

Images: Harvest, 2015 and The Memory Archive, 2015 in Erewhon.
Installation view Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University, 2016.
A… 318 more words
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Pleasure and Pain: Not All Shoes Are Meant for Walking

If, as Mark Twain said, “Clothes makes the man”, then the Peabody Essex Museum’s newest exhibit is full throttle support for a complementary adage: “Shoes make the woman”. 861 more words


Small is Beautiful

My love affair with the sometimes dull, usually dusty, always delightful world of museums was sparked from a young age with my first visit to Aberystwyth’s very small, very beautiful… 1,061 more words