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Archive for October, 2009

MuTate Britain’s ‘One Foot In the Grove’ closes this weekend  so its the final opportunity to see the show if you haven’t been already. Most of the artists in the show have work on sale including Dotmasters, Carrie Reichardt and Eelus. Eelus’s ‘Nesting’ piece (pictured below) is now available from both the MuTate show and on his […]

30 Oct, 2009

We’re going on a Roa hunt

Posted by: admin In: Art of the State

Roa’s been in town recently and left a great collection of pieces all over the Shoreditch area. From sleeping boars to nibbling squirrels there’s a great variety of wildlife to now be found on the all too barren streets of this part of town. Most of the main pieces are detailed below. There’s another one to be […]

So well done to Larry Livermore* for knowing the answer to the connection between Euston Station and Green Day. It was the site of their first ever UK gig which was held in what is now the Britannia pub above an Marks and Spencer Simply Food store on the station concourse. At the time it […]

Over recent months this blog has been pointing firmly in the direction of street art. Long standing readers know it wasn’t always like this and for the vast majority of its time its been pretty much a photo blog covering London, street art / graffiti and the occasional burst of punk rock. Getting back to this […]

30 Oct, 2009

More from Mutate

Posted by: admin In: Art of the State

There’s a great new video up on the Mutate Britain site which shows you around the site and some of the artists involved. Here’s a few more pictures from the show War Boutique Dr D Carrie Reichardt Read the original post at Art of the State

30 Oct, 2009

One Foot In The Grove – now open

Posted by: admin In: Art of the State

One Foot In The Grove: I’ve been banging on about this show for a while now but the wait is over and it’s finally open. And a real head turner it is too. Following on from the teasers earlier in the week here are some clearer shots of what’s on offer. It’s still only a […]

30 Oct, 2009

Artnear iPhone Application

Posted by: admin In: Art News Blog

I can’t honestly say how useful this application is as I don’t own an iPhone, but it sounds like a good idea. It’s a free application (I believe there is also a pro version for a small fee) available from iTunes which guides you to art museums, exhibitions and galleries around the world. If it […]

30 Oct, 2009

Basquiat – The Lost Prince

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Basquiat is my favorite movie about an artist. It’s hard to make a good artist look interesting as they’re usually just working. Read the original post on the Art News Blog

30 Oct, 2009

Why do we Make Art?

Posted by: admin In: Art News Blog

I sometimes wonder why? What’s the point? Why make art at all? It’s usually only after days like today, days that are physically, mentally and emotionally draining. Everything will be alright tomorrow. Read the original post on the Art News Blog

30 Oct, 2009

Damien Hirst Shop

Posted by: admin In: Art News Blog

I’m susbcribed to a whole bunch of newsletters and am bombarded with all kinds of promotional emails, most of which I never open. But one that I always open is from Other Criteria. It is a collective of artists, pushing all kinds of limited editions, prints, and publications, but I really only look at what […]


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