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Liverpool Biennial's Sally Tallant on art

Arts in the UK have undergone dramatic changes in the last twenty years or so, with the emergence of the the internet and all that comes with it, followed more recently by cuts to public funding. 639 more words

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12 Extraordinary Maps By Leading Creative Minds

THE LIKES OF DAMIEN HIRST AND YOKO ONO CREATED FANTASTICAL MAPS FOR A NEW ATLAS THAT RETHINKS CARTOGRAPHY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.

Before Google Maps came along, cartographers were artists as much as they were charters of geographies, and maps were aesthetic objects as much as they were wayfinding tools. 518 more words

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Dans la galerie

Left to right: gallery attendant; The Ten Largest nos. 3 & 4 (1907); The Swan no. 17 (1914-15). Hilma af Klint: Painting the Unseen, Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, Friday 6 May 2016

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Check Out My Review Of The Hitma Af Klint Exhibition At The Serpentine Gallery

ART REVIEW: Swedish artist Hitma af Klint is now being recognised as being ahead of her time. Check out my review of her exhibition at The Serpentine Gallery, South Kensington. http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/hilma-af-klint-painting-the-unseen-art-exhibition/

Hilma af Klint: Painting the Unseen - review

Currently on at the Serpentine Gallery in London is an exhibition by a Swedish painter titled ‘Hilma af Klint: Painting the Unseen’. The works on display showcase her first and final series of works from the body of work called Paintings for the Temple. 353 more words

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19. Climacterica erotica

Chapter Nineteen Рmiddle weekend of June 

I wandered around Harrods for a while until I found the jeans concession, and as I crossed the ornate hallway by the lifts Iryna emerged coming towards me from the other side.  2,496 more words

On Klint not Klimt

The other day, I mentioned to a former tutor how I wanted to see the works of Hilma af Klint, the Swedish artist whose abstract works are being shown at the… 917 more words