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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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Black Queens, White Lies, Red Herrings…. take a trip to the coast!

Go on & treat yourself… after all, Spring is in the air and it is the  Queen’s Jubilee! Head on down to the south coast in search another Queen –   The Queen Charlotte, the “liveliest new arts and entertainment … Continue reading

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The Paintings Of David Hockney: Still Smoking! From LA to The Yorkshire Dales

Saturday night… 9.30pm… Royal Academy in Picadilly… and it’s buzzing with people of all ages, nationalities and classes, all vibed at the prospect of viewing David Hockney’s A Bigger Picture. There’s been a rake of media publicity around Hockney’s work … Continue reading

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DANCE & THE WONDROUS LIFE OF OSCAR ROMP… The show ends today!

Oscar Romp is unique. Currently residing and teaching in Austria, this Royal College Of Art trained artist is dance culture’s Stanley Spencer. I can say this because his expansive murals which adorned the walls of hospitals like Kings were breathtaking … Continue reading

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Swifty’s Jazz Village… New prints!

AS THIS YEAR’S annual Dingwalls Talking Loud & Saying Something session with Gilles Peterson and Patrick Forge approaches El Swifto has dropped four new Jazz Village prints to add to what’s fast becoming become an iconic series. As ever the … Continue reading

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INNER VISIONS… The Museum Of Everything

FOLLOWING ON FROM THE MIND BLOWING MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING 3, which took place in an amazing, rambling and deceptively cavernous residence in Camden Town, comes their latest exhibition and somewhat surprisingly it’s found a home in the basement of Selfridges … Continue reading

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THE REVOLUTIONARY ART OF EMORY DOUGLAS

TRUE TO THE CYCLES OF INNER CITY deprivation, alienation and rebellion, the exhibition and book launch for ‘Black Panther – The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas’ took place in the shadow of our own inner cities being set alight following … Continue reading

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