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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]

'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]

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]

34183 Interesting show  
Group Show at Flowers | Kingsland Road July 2nd, 2010 - July 24th, 2010
Posted 7/30/10

What a Relief incorporated a range of works by various artists, some very contemporary. All were linked by containing an element of 'relief' from the wall, but still being on the wall, thus occupying a space somewhere between painting and sculpture. The show was well conceived and curated, with a very strong selection of artwork on display. Highly recommended. [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]

An interview with Turner Prize nominee Yinka Shonibare  
5/24/10 Posted 5/24/10

(Excerpt from 'Yinka Shonibare' by Anthony Downey posted on Bombsite, 2005 Found on Yinka Shonibare first came to widespread attention through his use of Dutch wax fabric, which he has used both as the ground of his paintings and to clothe his sculptures. This bright and distinctive fabric was originally produced in Dutch Indonesia, where no market was found for it, and subsequently copied and produced by the English, who eventually sold it to W... [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]

20110511005712-fox Magic and Melancholy - Enchanted Palace  
Boudicca, Stephen Jones, Echo Morgan, William Tempest, Vivienne Westwood, Wildworks, Aminaka Wilmont at Kensington Palace, London March 26th, 2010 - May 11th, 2011
Posted 5/11/11

by: Tom Jeffreys [more]

Moore at the Tate  
2/11/10 Posted 2/11/10

With over 900 sculptures and works on paper the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) has the world’s largest public collection of British Sculptor Henry Moore’s work. Working in collaboration with the ACO, Tate Britain is set to open an exhibition Moore’s work on February 24. Featuring 150 stone sculptures, wood carvings, bronzes and drawings this exhibition re-asserts his position at the forefront of progressive twentieth-century sculpture. His signature form, the reclining figure is explored throu... [more]

Sotheby’s Safe Sale  
1/9/10 Posted 1/9/10

Sotheby’s February 3, London Impressionist & Modern Art Evening sale is destined to attract the attention of the serious, well heeled collector. With the majority of the works ranging from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries it is a signature auction of some of the best known names of the period. Amongst the 39 lots on offer are Egon Schiele’s Sitzende frau mit violetten strumpfen (Seated woman in violet stockings), Paul Cézanne’s Pichet et fruits sur une table, Gustav Klimt’s Kirche in Cassone (Church in... [more]

Koestler_awards Neurologically stimulating creations  
at Hayward Gallery Project Space October 20th, 2009 - December 6th, 2009
Posted 12/24/09

This exhibition is simply brilliant and I was more touched by this exceptionally human art than I was by most of the pieces I saw at the last Documenta (Juan Davila excluded). One of the "offenders" (I would prefer to use the term people) said that it was shame she had to be imprisoned to discover art. Too true! In the United States the government spends more money on incarcerating people than on educating them - I hope this doesn't become the case in the UK. In this society, art and creativity are... [more]

Untitledsfyhtrferg Anish Kapoor at Royal Academy of Arts  
Anish Kapoor at Royal Academy of Arts September 26th, 2009 - December 11th, 2009
Posted 9/2/12

As the first living artist to land a solo show at the Royal Academy, Anish Kapoor’s self-appellated show is an incredibly daring, sensory, and truly contemporary display of the artist’s oeuvre and sculpture today. Whilst you endure the overwhelming queues outside, the jagged tower of shiny metal spheres, Tall tree and the eye - a new sculpture provided for the exhibit - whets your appetite for the ensuing unctuous crimson wax and grey sludge and slither, spliced with wide concave and convex surfaces... [more]

Lopen_2 Web site looks great, really looking forward to Lambeth Open  
at Lambeth Open October 2nd, 2010 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Posted 9/8/09

The web site is looking great, with now twenty two venues on the map. Apparently more on the way. This is going to be fantastic event for the borough. Shame the council are not supporting it! [more]

Borough-wide at Debut Contemporary October 3rd, 2009 - October 4th, 2009
Posted 9/4/09

For more Lambeth artists open that weekend go to the original artist led event: [more]

Amanda Language and Surfaces @ Fold Gallery's Unrelated Oxides  
Natasha Bailey, Joshua Kim, Susan Kordalewski, Wendy Mclean, Iain Sharpe, Dan Shaw-Town, Liesel Thomas, Amanda Wasielewski at FOLD August 7th, 2009 - August 23rd, 2009
Posted 8/10/09

The month of August for London is the holiday month for London in regards to art. Not so in Hackney.  A group exhibition at Fold Gallery this month curated by three artists that are also in the exhibition. As far as summer exhibitions go this is set up for a bland, over-hanged space with absolutely no room was made for cohesion. It was a surprise that Unrelated Oxides exemplified a focus in a group exhibition. The premise of the exhibition is a correlation with a quote, by Sebastian Faulks, that... [more]

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