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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

FACT FOOD #853

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

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