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Simon Starling at Backlit Gallery

I am writing this post from my seat as a gallery assistant at Backlit Gallery, so you could say this won’t be an entirely unbiased view of the work on display. 594 more words


'My Bed'- Review

One of the most controversial art pieces ‘My Bed’ created by Tracey Emin in 1998 and shortlisted for the 1999 Turner Prize is on display in London. 152 more words

Arts And Entertainment

In Granby: The Street Market returns

This Saturday, 2nd April, sees the return of Granby 4 Streets Market. Now in its seventh year, the market this year moves out onto its new home on Granby Street itself. 326 more words


Review: 'Elizabeth Price: A RESTORATION'

Gallery 33 of the Ashmolean Museum has been turned into a black room, where a two-screen video is projected on an endless loop. The contrast with the rest of the museum space is a stark one: entering the dark room, we leave behind the statues, metalwork, and glassware. 686 more words


Lynette Yiadom-Boakye talk at Falmouth Wednesday 09 March - Register now

Falmouth School of Art is delighted to welcome painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye to Falmouth for the next of our guest lectures. Register now via our event bookings page.

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Mr and Mrs Burberry

Burberry is revving its engine in the fragrance market, and the British heritage brand is leaving it in the hands on some pretty big names. 200 more words

Fragrance & Perfume

British Art Star Martin Creed to Light Up Brooklyn Waterfront With Giant Neon Sign

In May, British artist Martin Creed will illuminate the Brooklyn waterfront with a 48-foot-long red neon sculpture Manhattanites will be able to see from across the East River. 261 more words