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January 30th 2016
Best known for his distinctive portraits using unconventional substances such as ink, tea and alcohol, Carne Griffiths is moving in a new direction with his most recent works as he considers nature and his immediate surroundings more than ever before.
December 30th 2015
Six years ago I remember strolling through Art Basel in Miami and something was quite different. When I was asked by a journalist how it felt, I could best describe the atmosphere in the words of Tom Wolfe’s amusing book ‘Bonfire of the Vanities’, where the main and careless character, Sherman McCoy, suddenly finds himself in a whirlwind of trouble; “.
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January 22nd 2016
Today we’re presenting two new photographic works from Marco Bettoni’s ‘Tokyo Lights’ series. Tokyo is a place that stays with you after just one visit due to its iconic diversity and spectacular energy.
January 27th 2016
Earlier this month, Jonathan Purday was in China to take part in Art Suzhou 2016, a UK/China exchange exhibition conceived in collaboration with Ye Qinlan, director of LanGallery, PanArts in the city of Suzhou - a thriving and fast developing city not far from Shanghai - and the British Council.
December 12th 2015
Jacky Tsai’s ‘Kissers’ series features two 3D versions of his iconic Chinese Floral Skull leaning towards each other as if about to embrace. Each of the eight pieces has a hand-painted background, making it completely different to the other seven works in the series and a unique piece.
February 3rd 2016
The fifth annual Palm Springs Fine Art Fair returns to the Palm Springs Convention Center from 11th-14th February, where 40 galleries will present their work.
January 2nd 2014
The impressive aerial photographs that form Andre Lichtenberg’s Vertigo series explore London’s Canary Wharf area from a rarely seen perspective. Created in early 2008, the series documents a very powerful yet somewhat private part of the capital (photography is not permitted in some areas) which has been completely regenerated since the late nineties into a world-famous site of innovative design and eye-catching architecture.
 
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