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Interview With Artist William Norton

Who are you and what do you do? I am an artist, a curator and a gallerist.   Why do you do what you do? I am an artist because it’s been my obsession since I was 5 years old. As a child of military parents I was constantly on the move. ...

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Interview With Artist Ulf Johan Härd

Who are you and what do you do?  My name is Ulf Johan Härd and I’m an artist from Sweden. I mainly paint with oil or acrylic. For the most part, I work with oil paint. It’s a special feeling to work with this medium.   Why ...

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Do you make your happy with Art….you should, it’s a commitment with your soul?

I have always wanted my own Art studio where I can indulge my creative flow and probably secret myself into the bargain for many hours….days even! It’s all planned out with that side of the roof and south facing wall in glass for maximum ...

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Untrained Artist wins BP's portrait award 2020

The controversial prize has been won by untrained Artist Jiab Prachakul for 'Night Talk,' of which Thai-born Jiab Prachakul says about the friends she painted "We are all outsiders, and their friendship has offered me a ground on where I can stand and ...

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Is our Creative effort the path to our Future?

We are all wonderful creatures in that we have a flexibility of thinking that got us to the top of the food chain and beyond…well we did land on the moon!   This ‘flexibility’ is however a two edged sword and on the one hand ...

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Why would you buy Art anyway?

When what you need right now is a Covid test kit and to really kick that inertia into the middle of next year...at least..yeah, if that rings your bell, well wake up and smell the coffee! In conversation with several of our Artists this week, who have ...

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Prophet or Prophecy....Jean Michel Basquiat?

I was very lucky to catch a BBC screened film, charting the life and work of Jean Michel Basquiat, who started Artistic life as the street Artist, with others, as 'Samo'. The very prolific main body of his Art as Basquiat had always shocked me, turning ...

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Creating Community & Working Together

It’s the case that we all think about work in a different and increasingly isolated way now. How long this will go on for is anyone’s guess, the jury is out for however long it takes to find the answer. Already there is the type of hardship ...

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Full extent of burglary at Bath’s Museum of East Asian Art revealed

A complete list of the 48 objects stolen from Bath’s Museum of East Asian Art has now been released, following a burglary on 17 April. These details reveal just how serious the loss has been. The stolen items include 22 jades, 10 ceramics and a ...

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British Museum positions itself as a European expert on Korean art

The British Museum (BM) stepped up its commitment to Korean art in April by becoming the first Western institution to launch a long-term project to study and conserve historic and contemporary pictorial Korean art. The five-year initiative, supported ...

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São Paulo museum wins court fight against Brazilian airport’s steep cargo fees on Tate Modern loans

The Museu de Arte de São Paulo (Masp) successfully argued in court to reverse a steep cargo tariff charged by Campinas International Airport on six works of art lent by Tate in London for the current exhibition Acervo em Transformação ...

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Michael Jackson: On the Wall at the National Portrait Gallery

Discover the lasting impact of a musical legend on the art world. From 28 June 2018 to 21 October 2018 Explore portrayals of an iconic singer by more than 40 artists with Michael Jackson: On the Wall at the National ...

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