Archive for February, 2014

11 Feb, 2014

More art found in Nazi loot probe

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Dozens more art works emerge at the house of Cornelius Gurlitt, the collector found with hundreds of paintings believed stolen by the Nazis. Read the original article on the BBC

11 Feb, 2014

Murray backs Clooney on Elgin Marbles

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

The Monuments Men actor Bill Murray backs his co-star and director George Clooney’s view the UK should return the Elgin Marbles to Greece. Read the original article on the BBC

Technical drawing of nuclear landmine including chicken box. Image Marcel Helmer Last week was the School of Design students work in progress exhibition at the Royal College of Art, that’s probably my favourite show at RCA because everything is still gloriously wild, promising and unpolished.

Starts today! This week, Resonance 104.4FM is holding its Annual Fund-Raiser, with a series of live events, an on-line auction and special broadcasts. The reason why i’m mentioning it this year is that the radio needs your help even more than in the past : we need to secure £50,000 reserves in order to bolster […]

06 Feb, 2014

In pictures: LGBT History Month

Posted by: admin In: Tate

Simeon SolomonSappho and Erinna in a Garden at Mytilene 1864Watercolour on papersupport: 330 x 381 mmPurchased 1980 February is LGBT History Month: a chance to reflect on some of the great lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender artists and art inspired by the LGBT community In our selection you’ll find a mixture of friends, lovers, fantasies and […]

Speculative Everything. Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming, by Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby. (Available on amazon UK and USA) Publisher MIT Press writes: Today designers often focus on making technology easy to use, sexy, and consumable. In Speculative Everything, Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby propose a kind of design that is used as a tool […]

The new episode of #A.I.L – artists in laboratories, the weekly radio programme about art and science i present on ResonanceFM, London’s favourite radio art station, is aired tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 4pm. The Biological Bakery, 2014 Algae Curtain, 2012 My guests in the studio will be Mathias Gmachl and Rachel Wingfield from Loop.pH. The […]

04 Feb, 2014

Work of the week: After by Richard Deacon

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Richard DeaconAfter 1998Wood, steel, aluminium and resinunconfirmed: 1700 x 9500 x 3000 mm Purchased from funds provided by CGNU plc 2002 © TateView the main page for this artwork As sculptures of wood, metal, cloth and clay by the expert material manipulator fill the galleries of Tate Britain, we take a closer look at one of the […]

Finally! A few words about FACT’s ongoing exhibition, Time & Motion: Redefining Working Life…. San Precario, saint patron of the generation of workers holding precarious jobs Original Films Of Frank B Gilbreth – Business Process Management The title of the show is a direct reference to the Time & Motion Study, a method developed by […]

Pictorial Architecture Red, Yellow, Blue, Paul Klee, 1923 Zentrum Paul Klee Last week in our Bauhaus lesson series, we learnt about Paul Klee’s teachings on line. This week we’re on to structure, and curator Matthew Gale helps us tackle a terrifying array of grids and numbers that surely can have nothing to do with painting… So, back […]


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