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Graham Dolphin

300110175530 "There's nothing left to write about"   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Graham Dolphin at Seventeen February 17th, 2010 - March 27th, 2010
Posted 3/7/10

        The loss we experience when a rock star dies is unlike any other.  A stranger who touches your life through their music becomes a friend you turn to in times of both joy and sadness, yet the relationship is entirely one-sided, an unrequited love between musician and fan based on a sense of shared experience.  Logic dictates that as the music lives on even when the musician does not, the relationship should essentially be unaffected, but the pain we feel when our idols die isn’t... [more]

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James Aldridge, Anna Bjerger, Anthony Campuzano, Graham Dolphin, Carl Fredrik Hill, Eri Itoi, Wes Lang, Ashley Macomber, John Stezaker, Johan Thurfjell, CHARLIE WOOLLEY at David Risley Gallery April 17th, 2009 - May 17th, 2009
Posted 5/16/09

        ‘In the Pines' takes its title from a folk song which has retained its mystery and mythology despite being interpreted thousands of times by an astounding array of musicians over at least the last 150 years. Bringing together artists we represent, artists we have collaborated with previously and artists new to the gallery alongside historical and anonymous work the exhibition presents a self-portrait of the gallery. It is a statement of intent in our new context, presenting the interests a... [more]

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