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William Cobbing: The Duddo Field Club Audit at Tintype Gallery | Exhibition review

William Cobbing: The Duddo Field Club Audit at Tintype Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Renowned artist William Cobbing’s latest exhibition The Duddo Field Club Audit is a proud display of his talent for sculpture work and accompanying visual performance that alludes to the merging of landscape with human form. Nestled on a [read more]

An Abiding Standard: The Prints of Stanley Anderson at the Royal Academy of Arts

An Abiding Standard: The Prints of Stanley Anderson at the Royal Academy of Arts

Stanley Anderson dedicated his artistic life to creating etches, engravings and drawings of immense detail and skill. An Abiding Standard exhibits some of his most well-known works, alongside other lesser-known pieces in order to provide [read more]

Lothar Hempel: Tropenkoller at Modern Art

Lothar Hempel: Tropenkoller at Modern Art

In his fourth solo exhibition at Modern Art London, German artist Lothar Hempel presents Tropenkoller (Tropical Frenzy),  an assortment of sculptures, paintings and photographic works. Spread over the three rooms of the gallery is [read more]

Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain | Exhibition review

Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain
EXHIBITION REVIEW

In the first major exhibition dedicated to sculpture produced during the 19th century, Tate Britain aims to show how those works of art were intertwined in every aspect of Victorian life. Queen Victoria’s reign was the Golden Age for [read more]

Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860 at Tate Britain | Exhibition review

Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860 at Tate Britain
EXHIBITION REVIEW

This spring, Tate Britain presents a unique exhibition of salt prints from the 19th century. The very first form of paper photography is rarely seen due to the nature of its delicate images, making Salt and Silver a must-see. Invented by [read more]

Sheila Hicks : Foray into Chromatic Zones | Exhibition review

Sheila Hicks : Foray into Chromatic Zones
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Nebraskan-raised Sheila Hicks, born in 1934, has yet to stand still. Educated at the Yale University School of Art and Architecture between the years of 1954 and 1959, Hicks has taken inspiration from, and exhibited her art in, the many [read more]

Idil Sukan: This Comedian at Southwark Embassy Tea Gallery | Exhibition review

Idil Sukan: This Comedian at Southwark Embassy Tea Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

An exhibition full of photographs of familiar and beloved faces, the Southwark Embassy Tea Gallery has Idil Sukan’s work on show until 7th March. Photographer Sukan has worked in the comedy industry for a decade. She is now [read more]

Richard Long: The Spike Island Tapes at the Alan Cristea Gallery | Exhibition review

Richard Long: The Spike Island Tapes at the Alan Cristea Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

In his first solo exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery, Richard Long presents a series of new monumental carborundum relief prints: his largest and most colourful work to date. Born in Bristol in 1945, Turner Prize-winner Richard Long [read more]

Staying Power: Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s-1990s at Victoria and Albert Museum | Exhibition review

Staying Power: Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s-1990s at Victoria and Albert Museum
EXHIBITION REVIEW

This spring, the Victoria and Albert Museum presents a display of over 50 recently acquired photographs exploring the experience of black people in Britain. The culmination of a seven-year project with the Black Cultural Archives, Staying [read more]

Premiums: Interim Projects 2015 at the Royal Academy of Arts | Exhibition review

Premiums: Interim Projects 2015 at the Royal Academy of Arts
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Premiums: Interim Projects is an annual showcase of the works of emerging artists, currently midway through their prestigious three-year postgraduate course at the Royal Academy. The course is designed to cater for the individual needs of [read more]

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