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Houghton Hall and Richard Long

We have just returned from a visit to see Houghton Hall in north Norfolk, originally built as the ultimate assertion of power and influence by Sir Robert Walpole, usually seen as Britain’s first Prime Minister. 379 more words


The Affordable Art Fair - Review

Business partner Ella and I visited Lapada Art and Antiques Fair on the 19th of September where we met Linda Blackstone at her gallery unit. Being the first gallery owner to actually acknowledge us (as we roamed around in baggy trousers, trainers and large jackets in the midst of high heels, suit blazers and smart holiday shirts), we had a great conversation. 570 more words

Year 3

Exhibition Review: ‘The Life and Work of Marx and Engels'

Perhaps no figures in history are more important or influential than that of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Their actions and writings have inspired revolutions, and given hope to the labouring and exploited masses around the globe. 1,212 more words

Exhibition Reviews

Majestic Ocean Liners the Subject of PEM Exhibit

For roughly one hundred years, from the mid-1800s through the 1950s, luxurious ocean liners lured travelers to exotic locales, themselves floating masterpieces of sophistication and the latest technological innovations. 44 more words

Fine Books & Collections

Nick Cave: Until, MassMoCA

esse arts + opinions 90, spring 2017

Nick Cave’s expansive installation at MassMoCA, Until, transmits the same energetic charge as the performances that he is known for. 501 more words

Exhibition Reviews

Matisse in the Studio, at the Royal Academy

This exhibition has come to the RA from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. It is thus highly typical of the modern exhibitions which institutions crave to support their day to day operational costs. 478 more words