Personal account of London Art Fair 2020 … More London Art Fair 2020
Katie Paterson grasps the slippery concept of Time; somehow managing to hold it still for a fragment of time, only for the concept to slip away, become huge, and impossible to hold in one’s head. Tantalisingly close to an explanation, but at the same time exposing its refusal to be held down, its refusal to … More Future Library 2014 by Katie Paterson
Celebrating the 200th anniversary in 2019 of the writer George Eliot’s birth on 22nd November 1819 has brought a raft of work relating to her novels, her genius, her controversial life, and her connections with Coventry and Nuneaton in Warwickshire. Ranging from academic research, conferences, television and radio programmes, and performances of adaptations of her … More Politely Proud-Proclaiming Proudly! A George Eliot appraisal.
We are all hostages to fortune, but sometimes coincidences, opportunities, chance encounters, or well-timed propitious events come along to energise and enthuse and offer a promise of something good. Such a situation arose for me recently and I feel creative and excited for whatever this good fortune may reveal. Of course there is the “why … More Good Fortune
Itchingly textural and alive with strident colour, the Zimmer Stewart Gallery in Arundel offers a feast for the eyes in the exhibition Analogue Sounds, by Anthony Frost. A great introduction to the Arundel Festival, an event that clearly needs more time than an evening accompanying Anthony and Linda Frost, with James and Johnny from the … More Analogue Sounds Anthony Frost Review Zimmer Stewart Gallery Arundel 10-26th August 2019
Reviews, thoughts and ideas about Art, mainly galleries, exhibitions, performances, but anything interesting and current in the Art world. … More intersilient blog