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Archive for June, 2010

20 Jun, 2010

Conor Harrington’s EuroTrash wall

Posted by: admin In: Lazarides Gallery

Conor Harrington’s completed wall in Los Angeles, check it out if you’re in the area, it’s on Abbot Kinney, Venice Beach, CA… Read the original post at Lazarides Gallery

20 Jun, 2010

Gabriel Dubois

Posted by: admin In: Stolen Space

Represented artist Gabriel Dubois has been busy in the streets lately and produced some nice pieces in India, France and London: For info on Gabriel’s upcoming show with us click here – http://www.stolenspace.com/section.php?xSec=385 Read the original post on Stolen Spaces

20 Jun, 2010

Kai & Sunny ‘Return To The Wild’

Posted by: admin In: Stolen Space

Kai & Sunny setting up and signing screen prints for their new show ‘Return To The Wild’ on show until 20th June. The work looks even more beautiful in the flesh, so if you can make it down it it really is worth the visit. The equally gorgeous screen prints are also now on line […]

Ten years of The British Art Journal[Editorial]This special double issue of The British Art Journal [Vol. X, NO. 3, Winter 2009/2010] celebrates ten years of the journal’s existence. Our first numbers were supported by a few private individuals but also by advertisers, most of whom have remained with us ever since. One of those with […]

20 Jun, 2010

Twain tribute sells for $242,500

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

A 64-page tribute handwritten by Mark Twain to his late daughter sells at auction in New York for $242,500. Read the original article on the BBC

20 Jun, 2010

Hill named Oxford poet professor

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Geoffrey Hill is named Oxford University’s Professor of Poetry, following a controversial contest. Read the original article on the BBC

20 Jun, 2010

Nobel author Saramago dies at 87

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Portuguese novelist Jose Saramago, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1998, dies at the age of 87. Read the original article on the BBC

20 Jun, 2010

Crucifixion artist Horsley dies

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Artist Sebastian Horsley, whose work included undergoing a crucifixion, is found dead in his London home aged 47. Read the original article on the BBC

20 Jun, 2010

Festival Hall organ gets revamp

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

The Royal Festival Hall receives £950,000 from Heritage Lottery Fund to restore and reinstall a great organ in its main auditorium. Read the original article on the BBC

20 Jun, 2010

Dercon made Tate Modern head

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Belgian Chris Dercon is made director of London’s Tate Modern art gallery, which he calls an “incredibly inspiring challenge”. Read the original article on the BBC


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