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Archive for January, 2010

30 Jan, 2010

LTR HDS Melbourne/Sydney

Posted by: admin In: Stolen Space

The exhibition of the English alphabet Letterheads 2010 brings together twenty-six contemporary artists to each re-envisioned a single letter of the English alphabet, creating a collection that explores the influence of the ubiquitous letterform in all aspects of contemporary art. The lineup of high profile and emerging artist, represent the fields of illustration, cartooning, fine […]

If you’re in or around New York frickin’ City in the next month or so, check out Todd James aka Reas’ first ever (wtf?!) solo show in NYC, ‘Make My … Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery

Rathbone gallery will be closed from Monday 18th January until 12th February for a stock take and whilst we prepare for our next exhibition. … Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery

30 Jan, 2010

Happy New Year!

Posted by: admin In: Lazarides Gallery

There are lots of exciting exhibitions and events happening at the Lazarides’ galleries in 2010. So keep up-to-date on what we are up to by checking … Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery

Robin Simon’s review in the current BAJ of Charles Saumarez Smith’s short history of the National Gallery, which is interesting not least for what it does not make explicit: the uncomfortable circumstances of Smith’s own relationship with his chairman of trustees. Nor does he mention how the National Gallery attempted to prevent his publishing the […]

30 Jan, 2010

Greece and Rome rediscovered

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Watch and listen: Ancient treasures – including a Roman version of the Swiss Army knife – go on display in Cambridge. Read the original article on the BBC

30 Jan, 2010

Catcher In The Rye novelist dies

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

American novelist JD Salinger, author of classic 20th Century book The Catcher In The Rye, has died aged 91, his son says. Read the original article on the BBC

30 Jan, 2010

Perfecting the art of destruction

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Artist Michael Landy, who once destroyed his possessions in the name of art, turns a gallery into a giant bin for the disposal of artworks. Read the original article on the BBC

30 Jan, 2010

Poets to hold ‘literary Live Aid’

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy will join 18 other leading poets in a literary Live Aid-style event for victims of the Haiti earthquake. Read the original article on the BBC

30 Jan, 2010

Poet Reid wins Costa Book prize

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Poet Christopher Reid wins the 2009 Costa Book of the Year for his collection of poems A Scattering, a tribute to his late wife. Read the original article on the BBC


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