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Culture Spot: The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined

“Vulgarity tends to be something you buy but the vulgar reassures us that the one thing money cannot buy is class, and so it reminds us of our strange fear of being nothing special” 699 more words


Behind the scenes with the events team at The EY Exhibition: Wifredo Lam dinner

 By Stuart Humphreys, Event Production, EY UK&I

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What is better than just seeing The EY Exhibition: Wifredo Lam? Why, visiting Tate Modern after hours for a private viewing of it, over delicious canapes and the finest bubbles, of course! 369 more words


Flux Exhibition 2-6 November 2016

From the Facebook event page: Now in it’s third edition, FLUX has established itself as the platform for contemporary artists to be discovered and to be part of an exceptional, unconventional art event. 114 more words

London Art

NOA. National Open Art

I’m thrilled to announce that my painting of Wana has been selected for this years NOA!

The exhibition is at the Mercers’ Hall, Ironmonger Lane, LONDON EC2V 8HE… 35 more words

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Frieze Art Fair, London

I think I have some explaining to do. There’s been a fair bit of radio silence on Titian Thread for the past few months as I find myself back in London, and this time it’s (semi) permanent! 211 more words

Interviews And Reviews

What is the legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe? More than just flowers

 By Angharad Mountford, EY Copywriter

The name Georgia O’Keeffe may conjure up an image of that iconic flower painting typical of the artist’s style, however, there is much more than botanicals on offer at Tate Modern’s major retrospective on the artist. 408 more words


Better Red than Dead (Kaleidoscope Self-Portrait #4)

Oil on canvas, 41cm x 41cm.

The kaleidoscope self-portraits investigate the way my own self-image has developed from reflections and distortions, focusing on specific body parts such as breasts, hips and face. 82 more words