LAST CHANCE: Jesse Darling explores identity through gender, sexuality, disability, love and companionship in 'The Ballad of Saint Jerome', their Art Now exhibition at Tate Britain. The display is populated with works made from everyday objects and materials including cabinets ... 3 Comments
I loved that exhibition!Rowena Panter can we justify this as necessary work research??I make a work like that, 15 years ago 😂
Is the art of doing nothing disappearing? Is it time to stop working? Join psychoanalyst and literary theorist Josh Cohen for a conversation on art, blind busyness & the future of work. Book now for Tuesday 5 February at Tate ... 3 Comments
#Picasso In 1908, Picasso's Creative Thinking(2) In 1908, all art critics and other painters believed that Picasso simply reduced the ...
The C C Land Exhibition: Pierre Bonnard opens on 23 January at Tate Modern, allowing generations to discover the artist's unconventional use of colour and innovative sense of composition. Blind and partially sighted visitors are invited to join a free ... 8 Comments
Oh my goodness! Thanks Graham - that’s given me something to look forward to 🙂thanks for info. I will visit this one.😀I have you to thank for knowing about him!
'The only time I feel alive is when I'm painting.' - Vincent van Gogh ☀️ 2019 welcomes Van Gogh to Tate Britain, bringing together some of the artist's most famous works from around the world. Vincent van Gogh, Pollarded Willows, ... 31 Comments
Brilliant brilliant painting, I love it.LouiseGeorgia Leah Harris please I’m actually begging you 😭😭😭❤️❤️❤️
Work of the Week is Saloua Raouda Choucair's 'Poem' 1963–5, made up of five carved wooden blocks. Each individual unit is able to function as a unique sculptural form and the individual units can be rearranged in different formations. Saloua ... 25 Comments
Haven’t seen this artist before - beautiful, thanks for sharingI remember the exhibition, fantastic artist.Beautiful.