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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

MAKE LIFE WORTH LIVING: PHOTOGRAPHS BY NICK HEDGES

Media Space, Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD from 02.10.2014 to 01.03.2015

This is an exhibition of considerable merit. It focuses on the work of Nick Hedges, who was commissioned by the UK housing charity, … 487 more words

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Visit to The Baltic

Last month I took a trip to the Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art as they where exhibiting work from Jesse Wine, Graeme Durant, Gale Pickering. 457 more words

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Post Pop: East meets West at the Saatchi Gallery

“I believe that Warhol, his works, his figure, are very important and actual for us all because, as you know, what you can’t get away from you must learn to love. 904 more words

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A Review of Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr. Walker Art Gallery Liverpool, 13 February to 7 June 2015.

Only in England, the Walker’s current large scale exhibition of photographs revisits meditations on English social rituals by Tony Ray-Jones (1941-72) and Martin Parr (1952- ). 1,840 more words

John Meehan

Adventures of the Black Square at the Whitechapel Gallery

Kazimir Malevich was recognised by a large retrospective exhibition at Tate Modern less than a year ago. It was an interesting and intriguing exhibition which I reviewed… 751 more words

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Sargent, Portraits of Artists and Friends, at the National Portrait Gallery

John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) was the ultimate Europeanised American. He was born in Florence of expatriate Americans and brought to a culturally rich but lonely and nomadic childhood, travelling extensively throughout Europe and reliant for companionship largely on his sister Emily. 1,435 more words

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