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A Dressmaker at a Quilt Festival – a fish out of water?!

A wonderful contrast of the modern against the traditional. Festival of Quilts 2017 at the NEC. 1,161 more words

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Hepworth at Henley-on-Thames

We recently had a lunch out with an American friend who decreed in the conversation that Henley-on-Thames was the destroyer of ambition. Whether this is true or not is a moot point but it certainly is a beautiful place to rest a while. 430 more words

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Picasso 1932 at Tate Modern

At the start of 1932 Pablo Picasso had recently turned 50. He was at the pinnacle of his career, acknowledged with his friend and rival Matisse to be the most important painters in France and hence the world. 1,064 more words


Exhibition Review: Memory-Images

This week saw the beginning of the NTU Festival, an artistic collaboration between Surface Gallery and Nottingham Trent University (NTU). The festival runs over two weeks (21st – 31st March) and comprises of four distinct exhibitions hosted at Surface Gallery. 535 more words


Exhibition Review: The Real DMZ

After last week’s dramatic storms and snow the weather this week seems to imply that spring is at last on its way. Although still pretty crisp, the sun did emerge yesterday and I decided to take advance of the less wintry weather and cycled over to the New Art Exchange in Hyson Green, Nottingham. 590 more words


All too human curating at Tate Britain

‘All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a century of painting life’ at Tate Britain takes its cue from an article written by Walter Sickert for ‘The New Age’ magazine in 1910, in which Sickert called for art to mirror ‘the sensation of a page torn from the book of life’. 837 more words

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