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Week 5: Summer Exhibition video review

Just to give you a brief context of what this session was all about, we have an assessment due in two weeks in which we’ll have to write a review about one of three exhibitions we are meant to visit. 198 more words


Summer Exhibition 2015

Where have I been? Someone actually asked me that the other day. They didn’t mean where had I been my whole life, they were in fact referring to this platform… Which is especially weird because as far as I’m aware nobody reads this rubbish. 220 more words


Watchtower Open Exhibition

Berwick Watchtower, Tweedmouth

By special request, Bill will be exhibiting his painting, ‘Into the Light’, which was created after a sketch walk in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland… 117 more words
Bill Lowery

A Humument. A treated Victorian novel, by Tom Phillips RA

A coda to this year’s Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy was a final room wholly devoted to the project of almost 50 years (and counting) by Tom Phillips RA, entitled… 936 more words

Fiction: 21st Century


Conrad Shawcross’ sculpture, The Dappled Light of the Sun, marks a dramatic welcome to the Royal Academy’s summer exhibition. The five steel ‘clouds’  that crowd over the entrance to the gallery make you consider the space, the weather, your tiny human size in relation to the tonnes of steel suspended, god-like, overhead – the sculpture roots you in place and, beautifully, changes the surroundings with the changes of the weather.


The Summer Exhibition 2015 at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.

David Franchi – Sunday, 16th august 2015.

It was a renewed Summer Exhibition 2015, at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.

The Royal Academy of London… 519 more words