Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking review – into the fast lane with humble lino | Art and design | The Guardian

Am starting to plan arty trips for the summer holidays and this is a definite priority. Check out the trailer. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2019/jun/23/cutting-edge-modernist-british-printmaking-review-dulwich-picture-gallery-linocut

Sorolla -Master of Light …entertainment

When the email arrived from the National Gallery saying there was only a few weeks left for the exhibition of Joaquin Sorolla's works, I thought I would pop down to check it out as I missed out on going to his museum in Madrid last year. The reviews I read were luke warm, but I … Continue reading Sorolla -Master of Light …entertainment

Mike Nelson at Tate Britain review — junkyard sculptures lament our industrial past – Waldemar Januszczak

http://waldemar.tv/2019/06/mike-nelson-at-tate-britain-review-junkyard-sculptures-lament-our-industrial-past/ On my last visit to Tate Britain, I wandered through this labyrinth of old, disused machinery with the wonder that seems to be an integral part of my genetic make-up. Waldemar describes it much more eloquently than I can, but here are some of my photographs, with some added effects!

Can we ever be tired of Leonora Carrington?

The answer to this is "Of course not! Are you mad?" The Paris Review had this article to share and it has a lovely sense of Leonora's own writing style about it.  The images are fabulous as well. Eggs and Horses and Dreams Sadly, this is in New York only until the end of the … Continue reading Can we ever be tired of Leonora Carrington?