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GAVIN TURK: WE ARE ONE │ NewArtCentre, Roche Court, Wiltshire → 8 February 2015

Port (Mauve). 2012. Edition AP. 216 × 100 cm / 7ft 1 × 3ft 3 1/2 ins

24th January 2014. 2013. Edition 1 of 3 + 1 AP. 568 more words


UNTIL 10 JAN 2015 at Aeroplastics Brussels 'The Remarkable Lightness of Being'

The Remarkable Lightness of Being

13.11.2014 – 10.01.2015

AEROPLASTICS contemporary
32 rue Blanche,
1060 Brussels, Belgium


Unbearable for some, the lightness of being might rather be said to be remarkable at Aeroplastics, which for years has with quirky humour cultivated a taste for the strange. 740 more words


whitfield fine art: art on a postcard

Whitfield Fine Art in London hosted The Hepatitis C Trust ‘Art on a Postcard’ project exhibition:

My work displayed next to Gilbert and George, Marc Quinn, Damien Hirst, Harland Miller, Cecily Brown, Jeremy Deller, Gavin Turk, Whitney McVeigh, Hannah Hewetson and a load of other very talented artists! :-)


No sleep 'till Folkestone... Art Car Boot Fair part three...

Part three of the 2014 ART CAR BOOT FAIR and what feels like the last bit of summer adventure takes us to FOLKSTONE as part of the… 450 more words

ART CAR BOOT FAIR PART 3, The Folkestone artist line up; Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk, Sir Peter Blake, Matt Collishaw, us...

Right then, the artist list for the Folkestone leg of this year’s excellent Art Car Boot Fair adventure has just been published on the official ACB website… 348 more words


How Coffee, Art and Politics can change the world

My second blog from my Port Eliot notes focuses on some things which have changed – or could change – the world. The first is Matthew Green’s research on coffee houses, and how they inspired brilliant ideas and (at least potentially) changed the world in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 1,138 more words


Creating Mood and atmosphere myself

Once again, I chose to continue the theme of the self portrait.  The idea was to create a portrait that had mood and atmosphere.  There were a few ideas going on in my head – in my last assignment, I painted a black and white picture of a skull on newspaper.   520 more words