Archive for June, 2010

Andy Gilmore teamed up with Simon Allan of Happy Finish to create the above image – one of the collaborations we instigated for our Joining Forces feature in our current (June) issue… “Initially I experimented in wrapping some of Andy’s images around the inside of a sphere, using it as a light source to bathe […]

The Fireflies leaving party in Soho, London last week On Wednesday the end of a gruelling eight day, 1,000 km bike ride over the Alps will be in sight for the 75 advertising and production people who make up this year’s Fireflies cycling tour. Before they reach Cannes, there’s still time to pledge money for […]

In The Loop: Knitting Now by Jessica Hemmings (available on amazon USA and UK.) Black Dog Publishing writes: In the Loop shows the different aspects of contemporary knitting practice and transforms our understanding of knitting away from retro hobby to mainstream craft and artform. In the Loop features essays and images that show the progression […]

21 Jun, 2010

Small Spaces at the V&A

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

The Victoria and Albert Museum is staging a contemporary architecture exhibition exploring the power of small spaces. Read the original article on the BBC

21 Jun, 2010

Silva defends Saramago decision

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Portugal’s President Anibal Cavaco Silva defends his decision not to attend the funeral of Nobel Prize-winning author Jose Saramago. Read the original article on the BBC

21 Jun, 2010

Mantel wins historic novel prize

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Author Hilary Mantel’s novel Wolf Hall wins the inaugural £25,000 Walter Scott Prize for historical fiction. Read the original article on the BBC

21 Jun, 2010

RSC to return to the Roundhouse

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The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is returning to London’s Roundhouse following a successful season in 2008. Read the original article on the BBC

20 Jun, 2010

Paul Alexander Thornton

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A short stop motion film showing the amazing skills of artist Paul Alexander Thornton with a ballpoint pen. This piece and the piece below will be on sale in our upcoming summer group show (email for details) : Read the original post on Stolen Spaces

20 Jun, 2010

EuroTrash Open Daily

Posted by: admin In: Lazarides Gallery

More info here, or click on the names to view individual works from Antony Micallef, JR, Conor Harrington, and Vhils, and Ian Cox’s fantastic photos … Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery

At 8 pm tonight 2 new prints will be released on shopatlazarides.com. Antony Micallef’s ‘Black Siren’ and Conor Harrington’s ‘Bring the Noise’. Don’t … Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery


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