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For the Record: Early Canadian Travel Photography – an exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada

In the early 19th century, tourism in Canada was an emerging concept. Improved modes of transportation, such as new railways and passenger steamships, finally allowed Canadians and visitors alike the chance to witness some of the nation’s greatest sights and scenery. 338 more words


Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth: A Brief History

Hans Haacke’s sculpture of a skeletal horse was unveiled today on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth. So what’s the deal? Here’s a handy little history…

The original mid-19th century plan was for the Fourth Plinth to hold a statue of King William IV on a horse. 465 more words



So yet again I haven’t filmed much from this month, I promise next month I shall be better!! However I still managed to put together a short video to show what I’ve been up to this month, here it is… 775 more words


Spring Arts Preview: Top 7 Gallery Exhibitions

There’s a big hullabaloo about the slew of art fairs taking place this week in New York (March 3-8) but some of the more interesting artworks to be seen are actually on view (for free) in a tight five-block radius of New York’s Chelsea Gallery district. 632 more words


THe Shed - #Photobomb!

There’s a fantastic opportunity to get your photographs on show in THe Shed.  Maybe you just prefer to see what everyone else has been up to…  Guest blogger Catherine tells you about the latest project to go on show and how you can get involved. 197 more words

The Shed

Sao Paulo Museum of Art

One of the most important art museums in Sao Paulo is San Paolo Museum of Art (Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, MASP). Brazilian diplomat, Assis Chateaubriand, and Italian curator, Pietro Maria Bardi, founded this private non-profit gallery in 1947. 452 more words


SNO 113

I’m part of a group show ‘Line & Intervals’ which opens tomorrow at SNO Contemporary Art Projects. It’s on until March 29 and includes work by Daria Baiocchi, Julien Bowman, Shobha Broota, Terrence Combos and Seva Vlaskine.