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Exhibition Review: Eddie Peake @ White Cube, Bermondsey, London

Sadly I was not born with a natural gift for writing eloquently worded articles retelling the visual experiences of the latest art exhibitions opening up around me. 244 mots de plus

"Please be advised that this show contains nudity" White Cube, April 2018. (warning: over illustrated)

I was in house sitting in Bermondsey last week, and I took the opportunity to go to the White Cube gallery. It was the last day of the recent run of exhibitions. 663 mots de plus

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Concerning the "White Cube"

When art historians and curators speak of the white cube what exactly are they referencing? Tate defines it as referring “to a certain gallery aesthetic characterized by its square or oblong shape, white walls and a light source usually from the ceiling.” (1) 1 303 mots de plus

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Eddie Peake @ White Cube

‘There’s often a sort of quest for identity in my work – and that, I think, is the staggeringly beautiful thing about being an artist. You are afforded the luxury of creating a space for yourself as an individual in the world.’

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Michael Andrew Law Meets Antony Gormley

Michael Andrew Law Meets Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley is widely acclaimed for his sculptures, installations and public artworks that investigate the relationship of the human body to space. 265 mots de plus

Week 8 - One Here Now : Brian O'Doherty Murals at The Sirius Art Centre in Cobh.

Twenty years ago Brian O’ Doherty, the artist, writer, theorist and author of the collection of seminal essays Inside the White Cube, thoughts on the gallery space and its role in the development of twentieth century art, created a series of murals in a square gallery space in the then young and under funded Sirius Art Centre in Cobh in Co. 751 mots de plus

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The White Cube (Space Cadets:An exploration of context and its role in the contemporary artwork): Conclusion & References

As painting shifted from its role as a window of illusion in the late nineteenth century to questioning its own nature, the gilt-edged frame broke down, the sculpture came down from its plinth and the surrounding space was implicated in the work. 6 343 mots de plus

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