Artists

Dec21

THOMAS HOUSEAGO

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THOMAS HOUSEAGO

Thomas Houseago, What Went Down Through February 20, 2011 Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford presents new and recent sculptures by British artist Thomas Houseago in his first major solo exhibition in a UK public gallery.

Houseago has come to prominence in recent years with his monumental, figurative ...

Dec18

GARY WEBB, KEY LARGO

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GARY WEBB, KEY LARGO

Gary Webb, Key Largo The Approach Through 30th January 2011

Dorset Knob, 2010, Bricks, mortar, steel, aluminium, glue, 220.5x421x22 cm

Tell me about the brick sculpture, ‘Dorset Knob’. The bricks come from Michelmersh which is a little town in Dorset. The quarry is out the

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Dec17

BRITISH ART SHOW 7

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BRITISH ART SHOW 7

Sarah Lucas, A Nud

The British Art Show is widely recognised as the most ambitious and influential exhibition of contemporary British art. Organised by Hayward Touring, it takes place every five years and tours to four different cities across the UK. Now in its seventh ...

Dec15

GARDEN FORK (RED) INSTALLED AT THE NASHER

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GARDEN FORK (RED) INSTALLED AT THE NASHER   Nasher Sculpture Center installs Garden Fork (Red) from Lindsey Walls on Vimeo. The Nasher Sculpture Center recently installed Michael Craig-Martin's Garden Fork (Red), 2008 in the sculpture garden. The piece will remain on exhibit through March 2011, so be ...

Dec02

TIME

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TIME

Sometimes in life we just get 'stuck' - stuck in a rut, stuck on a piece of work and our minds become stuck or focused on other things to the extent that time seems to have no relevance to reality.                                                                                  

This was hugely apparent to me when on a late holiday in Greece; in Corfu to ...

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