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Don’t miss our artzine section, it’s packed with fascinating facts for the art lover. We've the latest news in our art blog, plus many in-depth articles. Read hundreds of artist biographies & definitions of art terms, plus listings & exhibition reviews for over 1,300 galleries worldwide.
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HOUSE 2013 presents a major new visual arts commission from Lead Artist, Mariele Neudecker, co-commissioned with Brighton Festival, and featuring further selected commissions from regional artists Andrew Kötting with Anonymous Bosch, David Wightman, Emma Critchley and artist collaborators Dylan Shipton & Ben Fitton.
Pop-Up Pop Art from Peter Blake
Sir Peter Blake has taken his masterful use of collage to the next level in his recent release of a three-dimensional Circus Collage triptych. Three individual boxes have been created especially to house the three circus scenes, archival inkjet prints painstakingly cut out by hand and displayed as an audience watching a magical circus performance. For these unique new editions Peter has combined his love of the circus with his characteristic collaged crowds in a three dimensional format.
Artist Castaways: Artists Deserted by Desert Island Discs
Artist Damien Hirst is the latest castaway on Radio 4’s iconic ‘Desert Island Discs’ programme, which celebrated its 70th anniversary last year. The incredible Desert Island Discs archive has given us access to previous artist castaways, including Sir Peter Blake (twice!), David Hockney, and Jack Vettriano, helping us to paint a portrait of these renowned artists by delving into their record collections.