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#13. John Bunker writes on Jackson Pollock at Tate Liverpool

Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots at Tate Liverpool, 30 June – 18 October 2015

‘I don’t paint nature, I am nature’ is only a couple of stops up the art historical track from ‘It’s art because I say it is’ and only a few more stops down from ‘Pollock blew the picture to hell’1. 2,713 more words

John Bunker

Creative Wanderings... Albert Dock, Liverpool

Hi everyone,

In my last post I briefly mentioned the Albert Dock and promised that it would be the subject of the next. Never one to break a promise, here it is. 332 more words

Albert Dock

Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots

On Sunday we went over to Liverpool to visit some of the latest exhibitions, including the show of works by Jackson Pollock at the Tate. 430 more words

Art

April to July

Its been an incredibly busy few months for both SCI and Soup Collective. From Stockholm to Sheffield, LightNight Liverpool to London…then back in Liverpool . 315 more words

The Real Thing

Just wanted to draw your attention to this exhibition, Reality: Modern & Contemporary British Painting, which has opened recently at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool and is there until late November. 128 more words

Art & Photography

Light Night 2015

This year’s light night was just as busy as previous years, I took part in events with both my studio and Tate Liverpool’s Soup Collective. 582 more words

Artist

Melancholy

This poem was inspired by a painting by one of my favourite painters, Matisse; the Inattentive Reader. I saw it in Tate Liverpool it was, as always, a privilege to view a master of his art. 103 more words

Poetry