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BLUE MURDER: The Radical Art Of KENNARDPHILLIPS

FOLLOWING HARD ON THE HEELS of the media coup that was Margaret Thatcher’s funeral Peter Kennard and Cat Phillips present their latest collaboration – BLUE MURDER – which takes on Tory leader, David Cameron’s smooth and line-less visage (do I … Continue reading

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PURE NICENESS: THE ART OF JAH MEK YAH DANCEHALL

Welcome to Miss Lily’s first published release, Jamaican Dancehall Signs From The Collection of Maxine Walters. This wicked looking book spotlights the vibrant hand-painted signs that can be found all over the island promoting that week’s bass-ical dancehall sessions or  … Continue reading

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THE ART OF IMPROVISERS… LAST CALL for 7UP!

It was way back in the hazy mists of time that I initially encountered the art of what’s become European “improv”. I’m sure they didn’t call it that back then but it was a very feisty and British take on … Continue reading

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Frederic Voisin & Durer’s L’Apocalypse

Just spotted this. In the past I have talked about this bold venture whereby my good friend Frederic Voisin has re-interpreted, image by image, Albrecht Durer’s L’Apocalypse. However, looking at these images, they appear to be way bigger than the … Continue reading

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STILL STANDING: Anthony G at the White Cube

Drifting through Hoxton Square on my way to the printers I noticed that the White Cube had a show of works by Anthony Gormley. It was an enticing offer I couldn’t refuse. I’m definitely a fan and as I entered … Continue reading

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TOKIO AOYAMA: VISIONS Of A PSYCHEDELIC SOUL

In August – 23rd to 29th – Darren  Springer’s Ancient Future organisation joins forces with the Hoxton Gallery to showcase the paintings from Tokio Aoyama which mix the myth, music, spirit and the essence of nature into one palette of … Continue reading

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Sacred Music & The Art Of Freedom

If you are a regular at Jazz In The Round you’ll be familiar with the artworks of Gina Southgate. We were fortunate enough to have Gina in The Chapel at Sacred Music: Sacred Spaces  and here’s a lovely portrait of … Continue reading

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