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Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Painting: Edited By Jonathan Harris


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“Colour is the proper means for what I want to do because it is prone to infections and inductions existing only through relationship: malleable yet tough and resilient. 49 more words


Sketchbook: Negative and positive space I

In the introduction to part 4, negative and positive space, several artists are referenced:

George Shaw


I love Shaw’s work- the photo-realistic paintings are something I really aspire to. 244 more words

Research & Reflection

Learning from Seurat (and Bridget Riley)

If anyone fancies a bite-size exhibition to see in London over the next couple of months, I would strongly recommend the Courtauld Gallery’s gem ‘Bridget Riley: Learning from Seurat’. 265 more words

In 2003, the American Film Institute declared Auric Goldfinger the 49th greatest villain in the past 100 years of film.

A trip into London and a visit to a unique and influential Modernist home from 1939, designed by architect Ernö Goldfinger in 1939 for himself and his family. 179 more words