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Tate has teamed up with leading Minecraft mapmakers to create virtual 3D worlds inspired by some of our best-loved artworks.

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To coincide with Frieze London, the ICA will be running a series of fantastic events at The Old Selfridges Hotel from 14 – 18 October 2014.

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Multi-talented Sia has announced her latest solo offering ‘1000 Forms Of Fear’ will be released on 7 July; and today has revealed the complete track listing and album cover art.

Posted in Art on 21 Feb 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

Futurespective, encapsulates Miami’s new era of art, while highlighting significant developments in the city.

Posted in Art on 5 Feb 2013 • Print This PostRead More...

Valdes’ work explores the multidimensional complexities of people, religion, American-life, sex, and superstition.

Posted in Be There on 11 Nov 2012 • Print This PostRead More...

Random International invites you to experience what it’s like to control the rain. Choose to simply watch the spectacle or find their way carefully through the rain.

Posted in Art on 5 Jul 2012 • Print This PostRead More...

London’s newest cultural space launches a six-month events programme, starting with three days of literary talks on how science and technology are changing our lives

Posted in Art on 23 Dec 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

Chen Man is one of the most well known female Chinese photographers of the 21st century and is a leading fashion photographer in China.

Posted in Be There on 12 Dec 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

BIRMINGHAM’S ACCLAIMED FESTIVAL OF INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE RETURNS IN 2012

Posted in Art, Be There on 22 Jun 2011 • Print This PostRead More...

There must be something in the water in Maryhill, given that the north Glasgow district’s artistic talent pool takes in Turner Prize winner Susan Philipsz, actor Robert Carlyle and troubadour Donovan.
Now, in his new solo exhibition at Glasgow gallery, artist Joe O’Brien shares his view of a typical tenement upbringing in Maryhill in the 1960s.
Fragments of a Scottish Childhood, is far from reflecting his childhood in dark brushstrokes of misery and deprivation, O’Brien offers an unsentimental portrayal of an area that was changing before his eyes. In his painting Leaving …

 

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