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EMERGENCY: Apply now for Aspex’s biennial open submission group exhibition


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Emergency 2015/2016 03 Aug – 11 Jan 2016   EMERGENCY is aspex’s biennial open submission group exhibition, arthritis which seeks to highlight the work of emerging visual artists working in all media. Submissions can be made by artists from anywhere in the UK or abroad.   There are no age restrictions. Student are also permitted  Continue Reading »


Dawn Chorus – Exploring the relationship between birdsong and the human voice UPDATE


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Dawn Chorus, buy by British artist Marcus Coates, sale uses unique digital methods to explore the relationship between birdsong and the human voice, drawing out similarities between the behaviour of birds and humans. This immersive multi-screen film installation features 19 individual singers who uncannily recreate birdsong and bird movement. Together they form a chorus that  Continue Reading »


The Garden PARTy Exhibition; 1st – 10th May


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Alexandra Davey “Twins” 2014 Photo   Bournemouth Lower Gardens and Seafront Friday 1st – Sunday 10th May 2015 Private View: 6.30 – 9.00pm 30th April 2015   10am – 5pm Daily Twitter: /TheGarden_Party Facebook: /TheGardenParty2015    The Arts University Bournemouth is proud to present ‘The Garden PARTy Exhibition’, unhealthy the thirteenth incarnation of its annual  Continue Reading »


Photographer Ed Thompson brings The Red Forest to Royal Engineers Museum Gillingham


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Ed Thompson, The Red Forest. 2012. On April 26th 1986 there was an explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power station, reactor number four spewed out huge amounts of radiation contaminating soil, water and atmosphere with the radiation   A new show The Unseen: The Red Forest opens at the end of the month at the  Continue Reading »


On Tap Review: Making Art Work group show in Folkestone pub gallery


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Elin Karlsson visits the On Tap exhibition at the Brewery Tap Gallery in Folkestone to review the first group show by Making Art Work to be held outside its base in Maidstone, Kent. All photos by Fleur Alston.   Making Art Work was started as an initiative for artists in Kent in 2011. The group  Continue Reading »


On Loan / South East galleries and museums mix the old and the new


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Woofer Design by Sander Mulder. © Sander Mulder. De La Warr Pavilion show.   Historical and contemporary objects and art works from museums and collections are brought together for two South East exhibitions. Mark Sheerin talks to the curators and galleries to find out more.   Between mid-July and mid-September there is an uncanny crossover  Continue Reading »


Pushwagner: Life in Soft City


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Jack Lewis reviews MK Gallery’s exhibition Soft City by the Norwegian pop artist and graphic novel creator Hariton Pushwagner   The playful, salacious ruby red tongue and pearly molars that welcome you through the doors are an ironic entrance to what can only be described as a ‘grown up’ exhibition. It is also a grand  Continue Reading »


Brighton Photo Biennial: 6 October – 4 November 2012


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Over the last decade, the Brighton Photo Biennial has become the UK’s significant celebration of the artform. The programme for the fifth Biennial is being curated and produced by Photoworks, the South-East based visual arts agency for photography. Collectively reflecting on the theme, ‘The Politics of Space’, 2012′s Brighton Photo Biennial runs from 6 October until  Continue Reading »


The rebellious wit of Derek Boshier / Paul Gorman


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British rock music and art have always been closely aligned. Alongside their exhibition Peter Blake and Pop Music, Pallant House Gallery feature an examination of Derek Boshier’s work alongside The Clash and David Bowie.   Writer Paul Gorman examines the fifty-year career of an artist who remains fascinated with the cultural power of music.     Continue Reading »


Reports from the borderland


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Landscape inevitably involves a sense of borderland. That’s the focus of a new exhibition at the Towner. Sarah Handelman visits The Edge in Landscape and reflects on its exploration of the elusive, shifting nature of boundaries.   Situated on Eastbourne’s coast, not far from the dramatic cliffs of Beachy Head, the Towner has often celebrated  Continue Reading »