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Transience by Michael Craig-Martin @ the Serpentine Gallery

Michael Craig-Martin was born in Ireland in 1941. He studied in New York and Paris before moving to London in 1966. Through the early 1970s he made many conceptual works but he also began experimenting with ‘simple’ line drawings of everyday objects. 954 more words


Reflection on Current State of London Art Galleries

On my recent trip to London to look at 4 exhibitions, two were at the Serpentine and the other two were at White Cube, it seams to me that the recent trend is that of American Art. 121 more words



This retrospective of the American artist, writer, poet, and political activist, Jimmie Durham includes some new works and installations alongside a large collection of his early works, which have not been exhibited in the UK before. 269 more words


Colours !

A little break from de-saturated images.

Three brothers visited this year’s Serpentine Pavilion. Unfortunately, under the heat of the day, the whole interior turned into a giant oven.

All images © 2015 Arthur Trieu

The Serpentine Pavilion 2015

If you’re in London and have nothing to do this weekend I highly suggest you go see the Serpentine pavilion, which is on until tomorrow. 141 more words


Duane Hanson: The Anti-Madame Tussauds

House of Wax meets contemporary art at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery this summer. The latest exhibition focuses on American artist Duane Hanson and his lifelike sculptures of ordinary citizens. 629 more words


List for Jimmie Durham

A combination of ingredients

leads to ventures

of relevant material.

Revolving repetition will

yield to nothing

along the pathway

to truth and worth.

Forming¬†conversation by… 13 more words

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