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INTERVIEW: Virgile Ittah by Harriet Thorpe Catlin Art Prize #6

April 29, 2014 Interviews No Comments
INTERVIEW:  Virgile Ittah by Harriet Thorpe  Catlin Art Prize #6

Over the last couple of weeks FAD has been featuring interviews and Q & A’s with the shortlisted artists from the prestigious Catlin Art Prize 2014 up sixth is Virgile Ittah

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

March 17, 2014 EVENTS, Review No Comments
Tabish’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.

PREVIEW: MARC STRAUS presents JEFFREY GIBSON opening 23rd of February in NYC

February 10, 2014 FAD New York, Preview No Comments
PREVIEW: MARC STRAUS presents JEFFREY GIBSON opening 23rd of February in NYC

Jeffrey Gibson’s paintings and sculptures are inspired by the traditional craft and modern arts of Native American cultures. His sense of pride and desire to reclaim ownership of these histories counter the potentially negative connotations of craft that has been placed onto Native American Art, situating his work within the pantheon of abstract modernism.

Royal College of Art celebrates 175 years of cultivating talent

November 16, 2012 Review No Comments
Royal College of Art celebrates 175 years of cultivating talent

The Perfect Place to Grow exhibition showcases achievements of students and staff including Moore, Hepworth, Dyson and Emin

Preview Video: Tom Pope ‘So It Goes’ @ George and Jørgen

August 29, 2012 Preview No Comments
Preview Video: Tom Pope ‘So It Goes’  @ George and Jørgen

This artist exacerbates meaning by not hesitating to do something that he has chosen and that at the same time he has been summoned to do, something no one can explain or justify, something that is entirely itself and entirely exposed. His is the art of whims

Tom Pope answers FADs Questions

August 13, 2012 Interviews No Comments
Tom Pope answers FADs Questions

I took a grandfather clock in a Hearse from London to the centre of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN Geneva, and destroyed it.

Something for the weekend: Tom Pope: Time Bound Sunday 25th March noon at Golden Square.

March 23, 2012 ART No Comments
Something for the weekend: Tom Pope: Time Bound Sunday 25th March noon at Golden Square.

The project seeks to explore a concept that everyone has a relationship with: time.

Robot cleaners and the Museum of Me: Intel’s vision of the future

January 28, 2012 ART No Comments
Robot cleaners and the Museum of Me: Intel’s vision of the future

Intel’s best-known project might be gimmicky, but its new collaboration with the Royal College of Art is full of daring

FAD NEWS

Winners of Young Masters Art Prize 2014 Announced

October 30, 2014

Winners of Young Masters Art Prize 2014 Announced

Juergen Wolf and Matt Smith announced as winners of the Young Masters Art Prize and Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize 2014

Flying car approaches liftoff as most advanced prototype yet is unveiled

October 30, 2014

Flying car approaches liftoff as most advanced prototype yet is unveiled

Its almost here ! At last the Flying Car !!

ART NEWS: ‘Stolen to order’ theft from a young and vibrant contemporary art gallery in the heart of London.

October 30, 2014

ART NEWS: ‘Stolen to order’ theft from a young and vibrant contemporary art gallery in the heart of London.

On the evening of Saturday (25th October) FOLD Gallery London, a young commercial gallery in Clerkenwell, was the victim of what appears to be a ‘steal to order’ theft of four sculptures by popular young artist Tim Ellis.

INTERVIEW: Peter Peri : I holed up in a garage in Roehampton for five years, painting on my own.

October 29, 2014

INTERVIEW: Peter Peri :  I holed up in a garage in Roehampton for five years, painting on my own.

So I’m heading to Hackney to see the English artist Peter Peri for a studio visit / interview.
He’s about to have his first solo show in Asia with one of the region’s biggest galleries, Pearl Lam.

Louise Hearman wins 2014 Moran prize, Australia’s richest portrait award

October 29, 2014

Louise Hearman wins 2014 Moran prize, Australia’s richest portrait award

Painter’s portrait of photographer Bill Henson takes $150,000 Moran prize, which attracted more entries than the Archibald

Paul’s ART STUFF on a train # 79: ‘Battle of the Behemoths’

October 29, 2014

Paul’s ART STUFF on a train # 79: ‘Battle of the Behemoths’

London currently features something of a battle of the German behemoths.

Artist melts house !

October 28, 2014

Artist melts house !

Watch the house Melt ! Pictures and Video

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