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Opening Night

Yesterday was rather a milestone for me, with the opening of the first exhibition of my pictures at Trent Art (see here for details). Everyone was extremely kind and generous with their comments, and a number of photographs were sold. 166 more words


Revolution, Russian Art 1917-32 at The Royal Academy

In one part of the Royal Academy was can see the artistic response to Great Depression in America and the mixed emotions with which American artists depicted their country at a time of great trouble (see… 365 more words


Versus Rodin at the Art Gallery of South Australia

‘In reality there is not a muscle of the body which does not express the inner variations of feeling. All speak of joy or of sorrow, of enthusiasm or of despair, of serenity or of madness.’ 432 more words


America after the Fall, Painting in the 1930s at The Royal Academy

The Royal Academy is currently providing visual histories of both the United States and the Soviet Union in the early part of the C20. It makes for two fascinating exhibitions which give considerable insights into pivotal moments in the history of both nations. 830 more words


A Rare Category of Objects, Tony Cragg at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Sir Anthony Cragg is a British sculptor living in Germany, and may be the most famous British sculptor I had never heard of. Starting life as a laboratory assistant he developed a fascination for materials and a talent for drawing that led him eventually to the Royal College of Art. 186 more words


Time Present Time Future

Project Space is hosting a solo-exhibition of Minnie Weisz called ‘Time Present Time Future’ at the moment in their galley space sponsored by Olympus in Bermondsey. 275 more words

Hockney at Tate Britain

This is the third large exhibition of work by David Hockney in London over the past five years, following two major previous shows at the Royal Academy. 772 more words