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#ArtGuide - Art Tour: Elena Filipovic at Fondation Beyeler

Oh Art-Lovers!

Cannot tell you how excited I am to be attending this event today, i.e. a guided tour at Fondation Beyeler led by Elena Filipovic. 358 more words


The Green Ray

This essay appeared in the November online issue of The White Review:

I guess it must be the flag of my disposition, out of hopeful green stuff woven. 1,071 more words


Water is almost as ubiquitous in art as in life – dramatic seascapes, romantic lakes, powerful rivers, charming streams. To see more about my thoughts on Water as artistic inspiration – … 23 more words

Matthew Greenburgh

Roni Horn: Her, her, her & her. (2004, Steidl)

In this collection of 120 black-and-white photos, Roni Horn takes us on a journey through a locker room in Reykjavik, Iceland. 105 more words


Roni Horn

Horn’s images are easily relatable to my square mile as there is plenty of water and this adds a little diversity to the subjects that i can shoot. 151 more words

Square Mile Research

Art in pens at the Tate

Initial fear of crowds combined with the summer holidays meant that I have only just made it to the new Tate extension. I wanted to see the Georgia O’Kieffe exhibition before it closed. 657 more words

Contemporary Art

Art: Roni Horn, Discovering the Identity in Multiplicity and Dichotomy

I love the idea that no matter how obvious something could be, or transparent, there is still room for doubt. It is really interesting that transparency is not as transparent as you think.

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