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Maria Chevska: On Our London Watchlist  
3/25/11 Posted 3/25/11

(Image: Maria Chevska, Eye of the Blackbird, 2011; © Tank Gallery, London) Maria Chevska (b. 1948, Oxford, England) Maria Chevska’s painted cobblestones refer to the materiality of the street. Retrieved from just below the surface of the road, these slightly subterranean objects have considerable gravity as paintings. The painted stripes on the surface of the stones are records of palettes used on her main body of paintings. The cobblestones therefore act as a storage or file-code of col... [more]

Award-Winning Sculpture at Canary Wharf  
3/17/11 Posted 3/17/11

(Excerpt from 'Canary Wharf Unveils Award-Winning Sculpture' posted on, Mar. 2011. Found on A new award-winning public art on display. Canary Wharf Group plc (CWG) has installed its latest art installation, Drawing Cube (Blue) by Suresh Dutt. This striking 3.5m high sculpture in Montgomery Square, Canary Wharf is the winner of the First@108 Public Art Award 2010. The Award is an initiative of The Royal British Society of Sc... [more]

Michael Landy: On Our London Watchlist  
2/7/11 Posted 2/7/11

(Image: Michael Landy, Art Bin; © Michael Landy) Michael Landy (b. 1963, London, UK) A member of the celebrated generation of Young British Artists, Michael Landy distanced himself from the material success that came to define his counterparts when he systematically catalogued and destroyed each of his more than 7,000 personal possessions in 2001. Break Down saw the destruction of everything from childhood photographs to kitchen utensils and socks, leaving the artist with no material me... [more]

20110117154443-072_over_above_mnt__jeru_e_copy Exhibitions & Demonstrations at Rugby Art Gallery  
Julie Debastion, Wendy Freeman, Robin Wade Russell Gain, Mark Stammers at Rugby Art Gallery & museum January 17th, 2011 - January 30th, 2011
Posted 2/3/11

This was an exciting and brilliant opportunity to see some original and innovative art, the exhibition shows a variety of art works by a selection of artists from Warwickshire and Stratford, Paintings, sculpture, jewellery, ceramics,cartoons and an installtion by Escape artists - not from prison!, but a community art group called Escape from stratford see: Feedback so far has described the show as spiritually uplifting - wonderful - delightful.   [more]

20110109182231-runrunrun_install01 Mark Stammers showing with Visual Arts Forum group at Rugby Art Gallery -Exhibitions & Demonstrations  
Emer O’Brien at The Wapping Project Bankside October 21st, 2010 - January 22nd, 2011
Posted 1/21/11

Visual Arts Forum - Exhibition & Demonstrations First Floor Gallery Rugby Art Gallery & Museum Little Elborow St Rugby Warwickshire CV21 3BZ  9.30am - 5pm, to 8pm Tues & Thurs, to 4pm Sat, & 12 -4pm Sun Tel 01788 533201 Private View Thurs 20th 6.30 - 8pm - This is an exciting and brilliant opportunity to see some original and innovative art, the exhibition shows a variety of art works by a selection of artists from Warwickshire and Stratford, Paintings, sculpture, jewellery, cer... [more]

12/12/10 Posted 12/12/10

(Source: ArtAngel website. Found on This year's Turner Prize and BIFA winners... Artangel takes great pleasure in congratulating Susan Philipsz who last night was announced as the winner of the 2010 Turner Prize. Philipsz was nominated for the Turner Prize for Lowlands, a work installed under three bridges beside the River Clyde in Glasgow. We would also like to congratulate Clio Barnard who has been named Best Debut Dir... [more]

'Scopos' the Watcher  
Jonathan Bentall, Jo David, Jeannie Driver, Margherita Gramegna, Sarah Hinds, Martin Lang, Jim Lockey, Chris van Beck, Chris Yates at Kaleidoscope Gallery October 14th, 2010 - November 24th, 2010
Posted 7/2/12

An a-n reviews uneditted review by David Minton can be read here: [more]

10/12/10 Posted 10/12/10

Like shingles on the sea shore the latest installation in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall crunches under foot. Chinese artist & activist Ai Weiwei has dumped 150 metric tonnes of individually painted porcelain sun flower seeds across the hall’s floor. Made in China by workers at a factory in the city of Jingdezhen, the 100 million seeds simply represent the world’s complexity.  The grey mass of the ‘They’ made up of unique individuals that Weiwei likens to the vast sea of communicated ideas that is... [more]

Self Harm Averted  
10/4/10 Posted 10/4/10

The numbers of the anti-conceptual art group, The Stuckists, swelled for their annual protest on the steps of Tate Britain at this year's Turner Prize exhibition opening by press photographers refusing to ply their trade. The photographers were boycotting the exhibition in response to Tate Britain’s insistence that they sign a form that prohibited them from publishing any images or words which would "result in any adverse publicity" for the Tate. As The Times photographer Richard Pohle said “We w... [more]

Gizeli_1 Because we are small  
Betsy Dadd, Jane Edden, Kleio Gizeli, Tim Lewis at Flowers | Cork Street August 11th, 2010 - September 11th, 2010
Posted 9/7/10

Flowers gallery in the heart of the west end currently has not one but two intriguing  exhibitions on at the moment. When other galleries are slowing down in the summer months or just showing works they have in stock flowers gallery is coming alive (quite literally with some of the pieces of animated works).                 On the ground level is a show that any lover of photography should see. It has iconic and resonating images from Edward Burtynsky, Nadav Kander & Robert Polidori. The paintings... [more]

Jedediah Caesar, Naheed Raza at Bloomberg Space May 28th, 2010 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Posted 6/20/10

COMMA's latest double-header couple are Jedediah Caesar and Naheed Raza, two artists interested in landscape, transience and tactility. Sand is a new film by Raza, depicting the desert of the Empty Quarter, one of the largest expanses of sand in the world. Its 650,000 square kilometers stretches across Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates and Yemen, more than the combined land areas of Belgium, the Netherlands and France. But the presence of this vast expanse is seldom felt in the minutia... [more]

Frieze Frame on Barham  
6/13/10 Posted 6/13/10

(Excerpt from 'Anna Barham' by Colin Perry posted in Frieze issue 131, May 2010. Found on Thinking through Anna Barham's language games... The 19th-century proto-surrealist playwright Alfred Jarry once said: 'We shall not have succeeded in demolishing everything unless we demolish even the ruins. But the only way I can see of doing that is to use them to put a lot of fine, well-designed buildings.' The early history of the 20th - century... [more]

Martin Honert: Bedtime Story  
Martin Honert at Bloomberg Space April 8th, 2010 - May 15th, 2010
Posted 4/25/10

Martin Honert, Schlafsaal, 2009. Martin Honert is number 21 of the Bloomberg Space ongoing Comma project, launched in 2009 with the intention of showcasing thirty of the most outstanding and established international artists. The programme is curated by Sacha Craddock (the chair of New Contemporaries and an ex Turner Prize judge) and Vanessa Desclaux (a critic who has writes for a number of publications, but you may recognise her from A:N). It is fast paced, with each show lasting only a few we... [more]

Plplplp Celeste Bousier-Mougenot: Free Bird!  
Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at Barbican Art Gallery February 27th, 2010 - May 23rd, 2010
Posted 4/25/10

The Barbican's Curve space is currently home to a number of zebra finches and some electric guitars. The instruments, horizontally mounted at the bulbous end of the room, are live and, depending on the movement of the feathered composers present, emit sound that is briefly looped through a delay effects pedal positioned out of sight. Depending on the time you enter the show, you may encounter a sparse, Pink Floyd-esque soundscape, or something more akin to Led Zeppelin, should a bird come over all Jimmy Page.... [more]

Plplplp Art Review: Aviary  
Céleste Boursier-Mougenot at Barbican Art Gallery February 27th, 2010 - May 23rd, 2010
Posted 4/19/10

In a gloriously original and creative move, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot’s first UK solo exhibition taps into an audiovisual buffet of nature.  At the Barbican’s ‘Aviary’, visitors find themselves unwitting participants in a dance of nature as birds ‘perform’ in an art installation. A dark space opens into a cheerful seaside promenade, complete with wooden decking and islands of sand and grass.  Curiously, Les Paul guitars, bass, and cymbals rest in these spaces.  As your senses adjust to the surro... [more]

Opening this week at the Tate's Turbine Hall  
4/16/10 Posted 4/16/10

(Excerpt from "Tate Modern Unilever series: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's grand design", October 2008.  Found on   Mystery surrounds the nature of the latest installation in the Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. But its creator, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, can reveal that it is hugely ambitious. She talks to Alastair Sooke. 'Some months ago, I used to wake up in the silence of the night to think about what I was going... [more]

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