Gift of Art - Under £100
The old-fashioned, modern romance of Licorice Pizza
In a city of stars, Alana is still waiting for her chance to shine"
Sophie Larrimore, Why So Many Poodles?
"O how far the noble poodle has fallen!"
The Horror of the Body in Julia Ducournau’s Titane
hy is watching
so painfully magnetic?"
All at sea with Lubaina Himid
"That grey sea glimpsed through the window; that grey-green sea that pounds migrainishly throughout the exhibition"
Why Are People So Weird About Wes Anderson?
"Anderson's films are akin to Fabergé eggs, so meticulously engineered from the outside, it’s easy to forget they serve a purpose at all."
Bad Boy For Life: Duality in the work of Noah Davis
"The work is hung in non-chronological order, to prevent the viewer from getting swept up in linear time. It’s something that Davis’ paintings encourage us to do, too. They toggle between chronicle and fable as compellingly as a daydream"
Inside Maggi Hambling's Sketchbook: 6am
The ink hits the paper in unrepeatable, inerasable formations. The results are unpremeditated, like thoughts still forming – sometimes cohering, often remaining indeterminate."
Bambou Gili's Nights in Shining Armour
"Turkeys vote for Christmas, frogs who long for king-herons, and even in death, there remains the desire to be kept on a short leash. No wonder the purple young woman seems to have mentally checked out."
Uncanny Edens | On Esther Janssen's Silence
"Black as tar, dull and still and reflective as a smart phone, Janssen’s ponds look like portals to another world."
Review | The Unbearable Lightness of Noguchi
"Why is it a bad thing that this Noguchi retrospective feels like walking around IKEA? Is that any more or less gauche than walking around a commercial art gallery, where everything is for sale, but you can’t touch anything or test out how bouncy it is?"
Review | Florian Krewer's ride or fly
"Would you believe me when I said that despite all this aggression and NSFW snapshots, it’s all a bit, well, cute? "
Pitching The Mound
Gee, now you mention it – nothing makes me part quicker from cash than hiking up a 25-metre hill!"
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