Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Share Mind-Boggling New Video | News | Clash Magazine

https://www.clashmusic.com/news/orchestral-manoeuvres-in-the-dark-share-mind-boggling-new-video Anyone reading this blog will know that I am a little bit in love with Leonora Carrington and her painting and writings. Chloe Aridjis, author and curator, turned her hand to a docudrama entitled FemaleHumanAnimal, in reference to the anthropomorphic, mythical creatures that populate her paintings and fill her stories. The end titles has … Continue reading Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Share Mind-Boggling New Video | News | Clash Magazine

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Why taking it slow in an art gallery could change your life | Art and design | The Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/shortcuts/2018/jul/24/why-taking-it-slow-in-an-art-gallery-could-change-your-life This is a really interesting read as I went to Hepworth Wakefield today for Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain and did just that: slowly looked. I was thrilled to discover my girl crush, Leonora Carrington there with 'Pastoral' from 1950 and I just looked. In dappled sunlight, the stream flowed, the reeds and … Continue reading Why taking it slow in an art gallery could change your life | Art and design | The Guardian

Surreal Encounters at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Spent a day at the two parts of the National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.  Gallery Two wasn't to my liking but the permanent collection over in Gallery One is superb and I'm bound to have a post about that soon.  However, this trip had been made to go and see this exhibition which … Continue reading Surreal Encounters at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Let’s hear it for the girls 2: Leonora Carrington

Leonora Carrington is a fascinating creature in so many ways - when reading her story, she is a woman out of time.  Not willing to conform, Leonora's early life was beset with problems but through it all, her art was the one constant that drove her to break free from the shackles that society was … Continue reading Let’s hear it for the girls 2: Leonora Carrington