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Week 4: Situations-The White Cube at The Glucksman

This was my thought of the day…

‘As an artist it is necessary to make shit work to avoid making shit work in the future.’

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Week 4: Studio-First Group Crit

Monday February 19th
Long, long day today. First group crit. Thankfully I was third one to do my presentation. I intentionally did not make a lot of preparation, just a few notes, as I figured I wanted to convey the chaos in my work and see what came out if I just winged it. 803 mots de plus

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The White Cube (Space Cadets:An exploration of context and its role in the contemporary artwork) Part I

This week on the MAAP course we are starting to read Brian O’Doherty’s collection of essays on the White Cube. Fortunately enough I did my dissertation on that very subject…or at least the relationship of space to the art object so all I need to do is brush up. 1 478 mots de plus

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Current exhibitions at White Cube [Andreas Gursky + He Xiangyu + Eddie Peake]

A quick nip into White Cube, Bermondsey, which is no more than a 10-minute walk from my house. As I sat in the large cobbled courtyard which prefaces the sleek ‘White Cube’ of the gallery, sipping my appropriately trendy ‘Fat Wife’ (a.k.a a cleverly named flat white) from the nearby appropriately trendy cafe FUCKOFFEE, I thought about how the gallery has created an aura of ‘cool’ that somehow propels it far beyond a space to see art, and instead making it into a destination to be seen at. 991 mots de plus

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Gallery run 15th February

Gallery runs by artist, jogger and London explorer Julian.

Gagosian Gallery, which is on Brittania Street near Kings Cross, has been between exhibitions for several weeks and the two present shows by Nancy Rubins and Vera Lutter are therefore much awaited. 745 mots de plus

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ART COLOGNE announces Participating Galleries 2018

COLOGNE—200 top international galleries and high-calibre newcomers from 31 countries: the 52th edition of ART COLOGNE (19–22 April 2018) will host a line-up of exhibitors unmatched in the German art market. 443 mots de plus

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