Destruction is an inevitable part of the creative process. Creative ideas are constantly shifting and evolving. Sometimes they become prints, paintings and sculptures or they can be lost and abandoned. Sometimes creative ideas return from the dead!
A collaboration between the Bentall Centre and Kingston School of Art to host workshops, exhibitions and creative showcases in Kingston town centre during the summer of 2019.
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Marcel Duchamp’s ‘Fountain’ is a game changer. It represents the moment when what seemed like a hoax turned out to be the original conceptual art masterpiece.
Selected artists from the Contemporary British Painting Prize in discussion with Matthew Collings.
Here’s a round up of my favourite artists and artworks from this years London Art Fair.
Typically, in representation, we strive to get close enough to saying the thing without being didactic or obvious. But if I paint a bland duck-looking duck in one portion of the painting, it becomes painfully boring to paint or look at a duck-looking duck a second time.’
“Making paintings is basically making a series of decisions, and its one of the only things in life that makes me be really present with what i’m doing, so the…
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Interview with artist Douglas Cantor for @floorrmagazine
Interview with artist Edgar Serran for @floorrmagazine
Artists at work No.2 @kobrastreetart
“Shock value for its own sake isn’t interesting, if it’s even possible to conjure it post-Information Age. However, I do look to inject a certain level of visual immediacy within…
“My practice is like making mirrors. The mirror that reflects different perspective, different spacetime, but the subject who stares at the mirror can always be found in the work. Challenging…
As spring threatens to start I’m looking back at a visit I made last year to King’s Wood in Challock, Kent.