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Indie Book Week: Ten London Art Bookshops to Fall in Love with (and in)

by Phoebe Stubbs
If you’re on the dating circuit and don’t know this by now, you should: art bookshops—for lovers of art and writing—are pick-up joints.  This fact is verified by a broader selection of friends having met potential dates in bookshops than I can keep track of. If you don’t believe me, try browsing by yourself in a bookshop on a Friday evening. Even the shyest people seem to pluck up the courage to start a conversation about a book. And I guess this is hardly surprising. Books are conversations... [more]
Posted by Phoebe Stubbs on 6/22/15
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Frieze Previews: Korakrit Arunanondchai's "Midnight Hip Hop Party" Comes to London

by Keren Goldberg
The ICA London will feature its Off-Site series of performances and talks throughout Frieze days, at the special location of The Old Selfridges Hotel. On one of the most intriguing nights, Thursday the 16th, Korakrit Arunanondchai will present four videos combined with performances: (2012), 2556 (2013), Painting with history in a room filled with men with funny names 2 (2557) (Part 1) (2013), and his recent on-going work, The Future (2014). The Thai artist, known for his body painting on... [more]
Posted by Keren Goldberg on 10/12/14
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2013: Paris or London? Philippa Snow and James Loks with a Tale of Two Cities

by ArtSlant Team
James Loks <************************@gmail.com>   to Philippa 23/12/2013         I've just been trying to think about what I'm going to say, in between writing shopping lists and looking at fish stew recipes. Yes we are eating fish stew for christmas which is largely because my wife is Polish, carp is not very tasty and we don't have a bath in which to keep it. This takes a longer explanation but you can google it. And... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 1/9/14
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