Tag Archives: art

Helen Chadwick

I suddenly had the thought that this blog is a bit phallocentric (when I first heard that word at Art School I thought it was something they had made up) in it’s representation of art. I’m not totally sure that … Continue reading

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This is not a rain dance

This is the blog’s first foray into hosting the naked form: I am posting in the hope these ladies are doing a fertility waltz to hasten in spring – snow is great but this boring sleet is beginning to dull … Continue reading

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Giorgio Morandi

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One for grey-man

In Frank Stella’s brand of Lithographic Minimalism we can have it both ways. Grey man is a fan of cirtles (see comments below) Tahkt-I-Sulayman Variation II, 1969, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 240 inches

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Eric Watier

I found this artist under the ‘what the hell was I looking for in the first place’ system. His work fits the week’s theme with maximum felicity. 4monochromes

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Would it be too much

for the blog to host its inaugural Rectangle Week? Monogold, MG 11, 1961

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Decades of Garbage in Art Schools

School of Saatchi on Tuesday nights on BBC 2 has become my new favourite programme. It’s X-Factor for modern art; you can catch up with it here on watch again. Matthew Collings – who has presented the televised Turner Prize … Continue reading

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