Jungle drums, cogs and sprockets There’s a lovely little volume called the London Jungle Book by a Gond artist called Bhajju Shyam, all about his trip to London (to decorate an Islington Indian restaurant).
Viva Carlos! It happens. Struggling artist in a strange country just about making ends meet working in a warehouse by day and painting by night pictures that he can occasionally sell, gets a creative block. Can’t paint any more. Disaster. Body and soul threatening to fall apart. Loyal and loving wife goes to London, to […]
The human side of Paul Spooner If you ask Paul Spooner to fit a project brief don’t expect anything, because whatever you expect isn’t going to happen. What you can be sure of is that whatever does happen is going to be a delight.
I call it sciretance Here’s an interesting work of art to mews upon. It’s a sculpture by the eminent French artist Jean Tinguely and he called it Meta-Matic. It must be a work of art because
If you are in the UK this summer it is worth visiting San Francisco based artist Bernie Lubell’s ‘A Theory of Entanglement’ exhibition