Monthly Archives: June 2008

Rachel Whiteread, House

To continue the private view, here is the single greatest British work of art of the last 20 years. In any other country it’d be a national treasure. In east London the council insisted it was knocked it down a … Continue reading

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Sean Scully

It’s art school final degree show season. I haven’t been down to the Norwich School of Art yet, where I was once a student. It is soon to be snappily retitled the Norwich University College of the Arts, since it … Continue reading

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Another rosette

Fancy dress. I would never have thunk it, but on the other hand you’d have to have be Gordon Brown not to smile at this: Puppy Duffy as a Frog

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Onerous responsibility, Sprout, & Dot Cotton

Trezza and I spent many happy, yet tortured, hours today judging an online dogshow for ace hound rescue and re-homing charity, Greyhound Gap. You want them all to win and go a bit stir crazy by the end. This is … Continue reading

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Diane’s cars II

Here they are, finally; they were caught up in a Traffic jam, Diane Watson, 2008

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Diane’s cars

Diane is my sister. She asked me to look over a document over for her today, one that accompanies her MA Exhibition. The Old Bill took her licence a way for a while recently, as a consequence of a sequence … Continue reading

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Wilfing

Trezza taught me this term a while back, it means, What was I Looking For? in an internet-surf related way. So tonight I was after a Prefab Sprout track called Wild Horses, after doing some lunge work (on a long … Continue reading

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