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Finding Photography through a New Lens: Review of Chobi Mela VIII (International Photography Festival)

Take one: “Dhanmondi, can you take us to Dhanmondi?” The CNG driver’s response, “yes.” We climb into the caged auto-rickshaw (locally known as a CNG) and off we go. 1,298 more words

Exhibition Reviews

Everything After: New Art from Cindy Schnackel and Jared Aubel at R. Pela Contemporary Art

Upon entering R. Pela Contemporary Art in March one might get a sense of what it was like to walk into an exhibition in Europe or New York in the early 20th century and find work by Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali, or Man Ray.  346 more words


Feminism Today at Shade Gallery (The monOrchid)

The announcement of an art exhibition focused on feminism these days may lead to an array of gasps and conjure mental images of militant, man-hating women.   1,914 more words


Luis Salazar at Modified Arts

In one pass through Luis Salazar’s Fugue in Dark and Light at Modified Arts in Phoenix the initial reaction from any visitor is going to be a sense of repetition, if not redundancy.  367 more words


BogeArt Review: Beauty and the Beard

Beards. Like ‘em, love ‘em or hate ‘em, Somerset house is bringing them to us in everyshape, size and colour. Only open for the month, … 1,040 more words


Henry Moore - Back to a Land, at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

When I was a boy I walked regularly through the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh, to get a lift home from school. The gardens were then home to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and a large reclining Henry Moore sculpture sat on the lawn beside the gallery. 646 more words


Lesser Known Architecture - an exhibition.

Yesterday I was in Sleaford, a small market town – Lincolnshire has many such – 20 odd miles to the south of Lincoln.

It may seem strange, being tucked away  in rural Lincolnshire, but this small town host  the… 507 more words

Peter Barton