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INTERVIEW: Martha Beaumont

I was drawn to the aesthetic of Wes Andersen films as well as pre-1970’s films when the sets were largely handmade rather than computer-generated.

PREVIEW: ‘Side-Show’ by Peter Blake @PaulStolper

27 November 2014 – 10 January 2015 Paul Stolper Gallery is pleased to announce ‘Side-Show’, an in-depth exploration of one of Peter Blake’s most iconic portfolios, consisting of five wood-engravings titled ‘Tattooed Man’, ‘Bearded Lady’, ‘Midget’, ‘Fat Boy’ and ‘Giant’ made between 1974 – 1978. The seminal series, examples of which are held in the collections […]

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REVIEW: @FriezeLondon & Sculpture Park

October 18, 2014 Review No Comments
REVIEW: @FriezeLondon & Sculpture Park

What to make of Frieze 2014 and what are the main themes

REVIEW: Richard Tuttle @_TheWhitechapel Gallery & @Tate Modern turbine hall

October 18, 2014 Review No Comments
REVIEW: Richard Tuttle @_TheWhitechapel Gallery & @Tate Modern turbine hall

A colossal glider hangs in the Turbine hall and a selection of smaller works are over at the career survey in Whitechapel

Tabish’s Top 4 of 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair @154artfair

October 16, 2014 Review No Comments
Tabish’s Top 4 of 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair @154artfair

The African Art Fair has returned with a stronger second edition

REVIEW: The Future Can Wait & Saatchi’s New Sensations

October 15, 2014 Review No Comments
REVIEW: The Future Can Wait & Saatchi’s New Sensations

Two shows of emerging and mid-career talent in this Frieze ‘satellite’ show

FEATURE: Daniel’s @FriezeLondon Diary: Day 2 Tuesday 14th October 2014

October 15, 2014 ART, Review No Comments
FEATURE: Daniel’s @FriezeLondon Diary: Day 2  Tuesday 14th October 2014

My overriding impression of Day One is that Frieze is more serious this year

REVIEW: Damien Hirst: Schizophrenogenesis

October 14, 2014 Review No Comments
REVIEW: Damien Hirst: Schizophrenogenesis

As the invitations were sent out and the press previews published, you could almost feel the collective wince: Damien is going on about death, pharmaceuticals and spirituality again, manufacturing confections for the sole benefit of the market, which have high prices and low intellectual content. But

Tabish’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

October 13, 2014 EVENTS, Review No Comments
Tabish’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

This week’s top 5 features an auction, a masked monkey, British wildlife, sonic art and Arab cinema

REVIEW: LEGO Art of the Brick

October 5, 2014 Review No Comments
REVIEW: LEGO Art of the Brick

How creative can one man be with LEGO?

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Georgia O’Keeffe flower painting sells for record-breaking $44.4m

November 21, 2014

Georgia O’Keeffe flower painting sells for record-breaking $44.4m

Final bid for Jimson Weed/White Flower No 1 more than doubles the previous highest price paid for a work of art by a woman

REVIEW: @LucyBellGal TIM PARRY ‘IN THE MOMENT’

November 21, 2014

REVIEW: @LucyBellGal TIM PARRY  ‘IN THE MOMENT’

Tim Parry is an outstanding new talent emerging onto the British art scene.

Daniel’s Value and Ideas #44: Stealing Beauty

November 21, 2014

Daniel’s Value and Ideas #44: Stealing Beauty

The Winter Pride Art Awards celebrated its second year last Saturday with a ceremony at Tobacco Dock. It was a glittering event, with wild entertainment, fine food and fine art, not to mention plenty of cocktails. Behind the glamorous veneer of an awards ceremony to celebrate young, emerging artists, Winter Pride has a serious and urgent mission which is so often overlooked in the wider artworld

Artist Mark Farid + Virtual Reality headset + 28 days + living as ‘someone else’ #WTF ?

November 20, 2014

Artist Mark Farid + Virtual Reality headset + 28 days + living as ‘someone else’ #WTF ?

‘Seeing-i’ is looking at the construction of identities by culture and technology.

Artist’s ‘Driverless Car’ launches cutting-edge science hub

November 19, 2014

Artist’s ‘Driverless Car’ launches cutting-edge science hub

THE future of transport is on display in Newcastle upon Tyne at The Core, a newly opened building for future city firms at Science Central.

Art News: TBA21-Academy raises $187,500!

November 19, 2014

Art News: TBA21-Academy raises $187,500!

through the sale of Constant Dullaart’s encrypted treasure map and Aranda / Lasch’s Treasure Chest this evening, during Phillips’ Contemporary Evening Sale for Treasure of Lima: A Buried Exhibition: the latest art and conservation project conceived by TBA21-ACADEMY, the arts foundation chaired by philanthropist Francesca von Habsburg.

ART STUFF on a train # 82: ‘S p a c e d Out Crowded’

November 19, 2014

ART STUFF on a train # 82: ‘S p a c e d Out Crowded’

Most days art critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in London. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?

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