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Lyndell Brown and Charles Green

Lyndell Brown and Charles Green have worked as a collaborative artist team since 1989. Since then, all their art has always been made together. They have held more than 40 solo exhibitions and have been included in more than 50 curated exhibitions. 181 more words

Lyndell Brown And Charles Green

New to the Collection: Lyndell Brown/Charles Green

“Using the hyper-real or tromp l’oeil technique that has become their calling card, Brown/Green create a window into their universe and bring focus and empathy to issues affecting us globally.

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Rangers Looking Forward

It’s a massive summer in the One Hundred and forty three year history of Rangers Football Club. The journey back to the top Division of Scottish Football has been a long and arduous one. 1,240 more words

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Happy Easter

Easter Greetings from 1912

Addressed to Margaret L. Green, 3460 Oxford Tertace, Clifton City

With Tante Tillie’s Love

A quick search revealed that Margaret L. Green, born on 21 January 1904,  was the daughter of Charles W.

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Taking over: First Floor

This Sunday marks the return of First Floor to Jaded. A mental first year has seen the Brighton collective bring the debuts of Palms Trax, Anthony Parasole, Ed Davenport, Tin Man, XDB, Ryan Elliott, Lakuti, ItaloJohnson and Reflec to an emerging scene centred around new art deco hotspot, Patterns. 484 more words

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Are Rangers a new club?

When Rangers were liquidated in 2012 there were two nagging questions left unresolved that prompted endless arguments amongst football supporters. Were the Rangers club that kicked off in July 2012 a new club (as Dundee skipper… 832 more words

Jailhouse Rock

It’s pretty fun to be a Rangers fan right now, things just seem to be going our way. This feeling was intensified this week with the images of Charles Green and Craig Whyte being led away by police as they face fraud charges in relation to their respective takeovers and time at Rangers.  482 more words

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