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Arrange Whatever Pieces Come Your Way [1]

Go home there is nothing to see. Sounds like a late-night suburban annunciation,[2] something a mugger would say if caught in the act by an unsuspecting passer-by. 3,276 more words

Newsletter: May 2017

The last couple of months have been spent researching George Hallett pre-exile photography practice in 1960s South Africa, visiting the 13th Sharjah Biennial (read the review on… 447 more words

Lubaina Himid MBE

Empty threats

In the UK anyone who owns a TV, or watches TV programmes on a computer, must, by law, have a TV licence, which costs £147 a year. 602 more words

Art that shocked the world

10 pieces of art that shocked the world…

  • Mother and Child (Divided) – Damien Hirst 1993

It has long been the case that works nominated for the Turner Prize, founded in 1984, have provoked controversy – not only in the art world but within wider society. 482 more words

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl - review.

A play on the title of a Rembrandt and a James Joyce novel, Grayson Perry’s autobiography charts his childhood, teen years and early career in an amusing insightful manner. 274 more words


The most publicised art award in the UK happens to be Turner Prize, named after the English painter J.M. W. Turner. This award is given to a British visual artist under the age of 50 each year. 17 more words

Fact Food

Howard Hodgkin

In the Pink
Gagosian Gallery
Hong Kong
Jan 19 – Mar 11, 2017
By Diana d’Arenberg Parmanand

I never interviewed Howard Hodgkin, who passed away on March 9 aged 84. 868 more words