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Time and Water, A photographic series by Andrea Hamilton

Time and Water, A photographic series by Andrea Hamilton

In 1988, Jacques Benveniste published a controversial study in the journal Nature, suggesting that water has memory...

#ONESTO WATCH The Melissa Curry Art Series

#ONESTO WATCH The Melissa Curry Art Series

When I first saw Wole Lagunju’s work, I immediately understood why he was being celebrated internationally as 'one to watch.' Smashing auction records, his paintings...

The Colour Project

The Colour Project

Andrea Hamilton & Nico Kos, An appreciation of history, art, design and exceptional talent by journeying through colour..

If you want to know who’s who in the sexy little niche of time based media, then step into LOOP Barcelona

If you want to know who’s who in the sexy little niche of time based media, then step into LOOP Barcelona

This is the best fair I have ever been to. Staged across three floors of the Almanac Hotel, LOOP Barcelona Fair (20-22 November) sits within the context of LOOP Festival which takes place...

Two Tones-Art Exhibitions

Two Tones-Art Exhibitions

Two very different shows in London, CASCADE by Dominic Beattie and ASHES by Guy Haddon-Grant, explore form through the binary restriction of palette... 

Strong new talent: Ralph Anderson Lucent Umbria Paintings

Strong new talent: Ralph Anderson Lucent Umbria Paintings

On any journey through the city, signs dominate our peripheral vision. Advertising imperatives, disguised as maxims, loom out from billboards or the back end of busses; traffic signs line...

Alighiero Boetti x Flora Hauser Catalogue Essay - Ibid Gallery

Alighiero Boetti x Flora Hauser Catalogue Essay - Ibid Gallery

On the far wall of Ibid Gallery hangs Smettere in Moto by Alighiero Boetti. Three wooden panels are filled with vertical lines drawn with pen in horizontal sequence, marking the passage of time. It took the artist two years to...

Seeing between the layers with Jen Wink Hays’ Vacationland show

Seeing between the layers with Jen Wink Hays’ Vacationland show

Jen Wink Hays paints with the canvas flat on her studio table, peering down into its emergent world like a bird in the sky. Playful and beguiling, her paintings and works on paper induce...

Critics Circle - Anne Hardy: FIELD at Modern Art Oxford

Critics Circle - Anne Hardy: FIELD at Modern Art Oxford

Before you enter, if you pause, you might read an introduction to Anne Hardy’s exhibition FIELD at MAO in her own words: “Within the spaces, we encounter built structures, objects...

We are the Weather, A photographic series by Andrea Hamilton

We are the Weather, A photographic series by Andrea Hamilton

This series of works is inspired by Roni Horn’s literary work Saying Water (1999), a sublime, poetic response to the River Thames, infused with epistemological queries...

Chroma : A nomenclature of sea colours

Chroma : A nomenclature of sea colours

Early one morning, the artist Andrea Hamilton walked along a familiar shoreline, and stopped by the water’s edge just before sunrise. There was a peculiar stillness in the air; the wind silent...

Speaking with Lucas Avram Cavazos on RKB Radio Kanal Barcelona 106.9 fm

Speaking with Lucas Avram Cavazos on RKB Radio Kanal Barcelona 106.9 fm

This gorgeous human @theclubwithlucas gives us a platform to share our stories, talk about Andrea Hamilton Studio, Nancy Cadogan, the projects we work on, Blue Marine Foundation, and most of all dance to Prince...

Martin Maloney shows his series “Field Workers” for the first time at JGM, London

Martin Maloney shows his series “Field Workers” for the first time at JGM, London

Last night, the London based artist Martin Maloney feted for his large scale “social observation paintings” exhibited his landmark series ‘Field Workers,’ at JGM Gallery, London...

Primary Viewing outside Frieze

Primary Viewing outside Frieze

There it is, Alexander Calder’s spiral. Radiant as the sun, alternating primary colours, mostly red, some pops of yellow, and a bold stripe of blue, burn a shape onto your retina. Unforgettable. It replaces...

Biennale di Venezia 57 The Nico Kos Earle Diary

Biennale di Venezia 57 The Nico Kos Earle Diary

Almost Essential: The 57th Biennale di Venezia – was curated by the recently appointed director of the Centre Pompidou, Paris, Christine Macel. Optimistically titled VIVA ARTE VIVA...

Pietro Paolini Christopher Orr Catalogue Essay - Ibid Gallery

Pietro Paolini Christopher Orr Catalogue Essay - Ibid Gallery

What are we looking at here? Is it a portrait or a relic from some other time? Does it excite you or does it remind you of something you have seen before? Is it beautiful and mysterious or foreign and inexplicable? The Lute Player is...

British Light artist, Chris Levine, new exhibition preview

British Light artist, Chris Levine, new exhibition preview

Almost Essential: Legendary British light artist Chris Levine opens his solo exhibition Who are we at the Fine Art Society, London, on the 25th of April. Following his sell out iy_project at Eden Project,...

Artist Statement; Andrea Hamilton

Artist Statement; Andrea Hamilton

Working with Andrea Hamilton to create a biography that encompases new projects...

Artists for BLUE

Artists for BLUE

35 international artists focus on the wonder of the high seas to raise money for the Blue Marine Foundation

'Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.'  - Margaret Mead

Breaking Glass – A Material Comeback at La Biennale di Venezia

Breaking Glass – A Material Comeback at La Biennale di Venezia

The island of Murano is synonymous with the history of glass. First perfected in the Middle East – Syria, Egypt and Palestine – the art of glassmaking came to Venice...

Skimming the Surface, Katherine Beaugie

Skimming the Surface, Katherine Beaugie

Katharine Beaugié is a light artist, in the sense that she captures or manipulates light sources to create her images. Working mostly in monochrome...

The uplifting paintings of Deborah Tarr

The uplifting paintings of Deborah Tarr

Almost Essential: ‘Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others transform a yellow spot into the sun.’ Pablo Picasso. The artist Deborah Tarr, lives and works in quiet anonymity in the village of Primrose Hill, London...

Vault 100 at London's The Ned reverses traditional gender bias

Vault 100 at London's The Ned reverses traditional gender bias

She-files: LONDON–The number of women CEOs on Britain’s FTSE 100 stock exchange was a total of eight when Kate Bryan, the British art historian and global head of collections at Soho House, first conceived of Vault 100 in April 2016...

IN THE END WE ARE ALL ALONE

IN THE END WE ARE ALL ALONE

IPA Group Show at the Griffin Gallery co-curated by Jason Colchin Carter and Becca Pell-Fry

‘In the end we are all alone,’ is a quote by Orson Wells from his era defining biopic Citizen Kane. It’s a deliciously enigmatic title for...

The Glass Magazine - Onine arts Writer

The Glass Magazine - Onine arts Writer

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