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Richard Hamilton (Tate Modern)

Thursday, 20 February, 2014 by Harry Laughland

British Pop Art has recently been showing a resurgence in popularity. As international audiences and auction houses have recognised the relatively untapped wealth of importance and value respectively, the predecessors to the likes of Warhol, Lichtenstein, Johns and Rauschenberg have … Continue reading

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Jeremy Deller – English Magic (William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow)

Tuesday, 18 February, 2014 by Aindrea Emelife

Jeremy Deller is a modern day alchemist. This rings especially true in light of his latest exhibition at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow – ‘Jeremy Deller: English Magic’ – last experienced in the British Pavillion at last year’s Venice … Continue reading

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined (Royal Academy of Arts)

Friday, 7 February, 2014 by Vincent Marquis

“Allowing room for the visitor’s imagination is essential if a space is to become a satisfying physical experience.” These are the words of Li Xiaodong, one of seven architects who have been invited to transform the neoclassical galleries of the … Continue reading

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Like an Eggshell minus its eggs: Frieze Art Fair 2013

Monday, 11 November, 2013 by Sarah Hegenbart

The Belgian conceptual artist Marcel Broodthaers once pondered about the question of how art contains meaning for its viewers. When looking at his beautifully fragile eggs exhibited at Hauser & Wirth at this year’s Frieze, one might wonder whether such … Continue reading

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