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Art In Your Way, On Your Way - Art in the City Walk (London, UK)

One of the main tenets of Backyardism is “read the plaques”, because if you take the time to read about your surroundings, you might find something you had no idea was there. 455 more words


Sculptor, Chen Dapeng, has UK debut at Olympia Winter Art & Antiques Fair, November 2-8 2015

Dubbed, ‘the new Rodin’ by Le Monde newspaper, Chen Dapeng, a sculptor already enjoying wide popularity in his native China and the creator of many large public sculptures, is set for making an impact worldwide. 277 more words

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Award-Winner Paul Thirkell's Ex-Machina, Burt Gallery, 19 - 27 August 2015

Winner of the R.K. Burt prize at the 2014 National Original Print Competition, Paul Thirkell will be exhibiting his prints this August at the R.K. Burt Gallery for Ex-Machina (from the machine). 271 more words

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Strike action over modernisation plan continues at the National Gallery

There is limited access at the National Gallery today due to ongoing strike action by the Public and Commercial Services Union, which opposes the gallery’s modernisation programme. 263 more words

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'Full Of Intrigue'...Ruby Walker on 'Complicit', Gallery 8

Much as Alice’s wonderland can be found down a rabbit hole, curators Coates and Scarry’s most recent exhibition takes place on one of the quieter streets St James’ Piccadilly has to offer. 453 more words

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Mostly Uninvited 322

Taken from Completely London No17, Spring 2015. See below for photography credits.

If You Are New Here: This project involves me sewing faces, from the obscene amount of junk mail that finds its way into my house, onto a big woollen blanket.  70 more words


Alexander de Cadenet's 'Sacred Portaits' exhibition extended until 31 July, Andipa Gallery

Alexander de Cadenet’s ‘Sacred Portaits’ exhibition has been extended until 31 July at Andipa Gallery.

Alexander de Cadenet’s portraits break the mould of traditional portraiture by passing his subjects through an x-ray process revealing a skeletal forensic record with personalized elements relating to each subject’s unique character. 323 more words

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