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Products for Organising by Simon Denny @ the Serpentine Sackler Gallery

This is really up-to-the-minute art. Simon Denny is a youthful 32-year-old New Zealander and arrives in Hyde Park hotfoot from an acclaimed installation at this year’s Venice Biennale, with a show designed specifically for the symmetrical space of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery and titled  2,027 more words


Cremating Cats (A review by Oli Arditi)

Young artists don’t hang around the cosmopolitan Polstead/Stoke-by-Nayland metroplex much: instead they seem to hightail it off to London and other provincial cities. Sometimes they come back and we get to see their work however. 434 more words

Michael Craig-Martin's tour of his exhibition, Transience @ the Serpentine Gallery

At the opening of his new exhibition, Transience, at the Serpentine Gallery in London, Michael Craig-Martin gave a tour of the gallery and answered questions. He is a warm, humorous presence, unpretentious, a tremendous communicator, and the more he talked the more depth and interest and variation and meaning his paintings acquired. 1,342 more words


Beauty on the inside...

Here are a few more images of the interior of the new Len Lye Centre. It is beautiful…it is art and it is sublime.


Old Fire Station Exhibition | Aspiration Images

Aspiration Images will be exhibiting photography at the Old Fire Station, Kiama from Wednesday 25th November until Monday 30th November.

There will be a wide selection of images ranging from landscapes of the Kiama area and South Coast though to outback and general interest images. 52 more words

Recognising The Value Of Cultural Arts

Giacometti: Pure Presence @ National Portrait Gallery

Drawing together over 60 paintings, sculptures, atmospheric photos and a documentary film, this exhibition presents a comprehensive overview of the development of one of the 20th century’s most distinctive artists, giving you key insights into the evolution of his style and the thinking behind it. 2,573 more words


What some philosophers sound like. 

You know, for the most part, philosophy is pretty damn boring. I think that’s why most people don’t read it or like it. But then there is a certain type of intellectual who likes the puzzle part of philosophy; they like the creativity , to watch the eloquence of problem solving, the twists and knots and the various interesting ways people can undo through spelling out. 818 more words