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For centuries, Western art traditions have been centred on creating tangible and physical objects such as paintings, architecture and sculpture. Viewing art therefore, has been about seeing and looking. In contemporary art today, often something non-tangible must be accepted, even momentarily, to allow the artist to make their intended impression.
The final in a short series of flashbacks to last season in Dubai, we look at Jaber Al Azmeh’s A Small Group of Syrians at Green Art Gallery, and its complementary series Wounds “Whilst Syrian art has always been expressive and has often revealed a deep concern with social ills, new works are more overtly [...]
As autumn descends on London, the artworld is gearing up for the great tragic-comic circus of consumption and gossip that is Frieze Art Fair.
How wonderful to have a stunning Art Fair incorporating national and international artists within the grounds of a beautiful country house hotel in the stunning Sussex countryside.
His birth name is Eric Inkala, but most people refer to him as: Ink. He draws, he sketches, he paints, he shoots and he is currently grindin’ in Brooklyn, NYC. Read more…
Living Walls is a major new art project as part of the London Legacy Development Corporation’s Arts & Culture strategy, aiming to create world-class art for everyone to enjoy in and around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Curated by Moniker Projects and Create, ‘Living Walls’ covers approximately 2.5km of hoarding and comprises of five main projects, [...]
In a town whose faded seaside glamour is both complimented and disturbed by a swath of public art, it is only at low tide that the feverish digging can commence.