Tag Archives: Exhibition

Sylvain Chomet’s Sale of Key Drawings at Arludik 1

Follow this link to see a gallery of drawings from “The Illusionist”. (You might find that these drawings and paintings move into the tab marked “Artists” when the current exhibition is replaced. Look for the thumbnail image for “L’Illusionniste”) The site uses Flash, so give up all hope of good navigation. Here’s one of the […]

Holy Cao! 0

You might remember that I posted some drawings by Jose Maria Cao almost exactly a year ago. As you’ll see from the recent comments in that post, Julio Mauricio Neveleff, curator of the Cao exhibition and author of the catalogue, kindly offered to send me the exhibition catalogue. I’m really happy to say it arrived […]

Taking Liberties at The British Library 2

Test your attitudes and knowledge about liberty, privacy and rights using this interactive test on the British Library’s website. The accompanying exhibition continues until the 1st of March. Only 9 days left! Use it as an informative warm up for the Convention on Modern Liberty taking place on the 28th of February. (Via Jeremy Barr) […]

200,000 Paintings Parade For Your Pleasure 4

You probably know all about The Government Art Collection (GAC), that contains some 13,000 paintings and other works of art. The majority of these British based artworks have been paid for by taxpayers. Others have been added to the collection by gift or by bequest. There’s no point in clicking this image to enlarge it. […]

The Vaguely Xmas Exhibition 2

An art exhibition featuring work by 26 of London’s animation stars kicks off on Monday 17th of November (Private View) and continues until the 22nd of November. 11am – 6 pm. Waterloo Gallery Baylis Road Waterloo London SE1 7AA – Very close to London Waterloo station. Brendan Amphlett Jen Arthur Gianna Cazza Gerry Gallego Aurelie […]

Urban Chiaroscuro:- Emily Allchurch Exhibition at Frost & Reed 4

This amazing series of prints by Emily Allchurch turned up on Art Knowledge News recently, and I was immediately captivated by the mixture of wit and seriousness behind these large backlit prints. They are based on Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s (1720-78) famous series, Carceri d’Invenzione (Imaginary Prisons), first published 1749-50, and give us a sharp reminder […]