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Frieze Sculpture

This year’s Frieze Sculpture was an absolute treat and my only regret is not writing a post much earlier so that readers could still go and visit. 222 more words


Swapping Ballet for Brushes: In Conversation with Painter Carlos Cortes

It was not an attractive face. From the corner of a booth at New York City’s Affordable Art Fair, I saw lopsided eyes, a spindly neck, features almost melting off the disproportionately large head. 1,931 more words


The 5 Best New London Hotels to Stay in During Frieze

Now that fashion month has come to an end, it’s time for arts to take center stage. Frieze London begins on October 5, so many will be heading straight from the end of Paris Fashion Week right back to England. 1,114 more words


Calder on Paper at Saatchi

Calder on Paper: 1960 – 1976
, is an exhibition presented at the Saatchi Gallery in London until 8 December 2017.

American artist Alexander Calder is one of the most acclaimed and influential artists of the twentieth century. 232 more words


Momentum 9: Alienation

The designation ‘alien’ evokes an unearthly being as much as it does a refugee or foreigner – whether the foreign is something cultural, political or altogether stranger still. 759 more words


Copper Colored Frieze Tiles at the Dana House 

Here at the Dana House by Frank Lloyd Wright in Springfield, Illinois, we are looking up at the corner of the house at the top. The copper crowns and gutters point out and up but are actually horizontal. 184 more words


Jim Shaw

Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles

At the dark heart of Jim Shaw’s ‘The Wig Museum’ – an exhibition presented in a former Masonic Temple repurposed by brothers Maurice and Paul Marciano for their private art foundation, and incorporating myriad improbable Masonic artefacts salvaged directly from the bowels of the building – is a story about male ambition, authority, secrecy and repression. 619 more words