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Pigeon Park

Created within the socio-political cul de sac that is post-Brexit Britain, Pigeon Park pokes fun at the inherited hierarchies of the old order and asks the question of the role and relevance of art as a luxurious commodity in times of social prohibition and uncertainty.

Plates

Plates are a rather convenient way to display art, somewhere between ceramic – for the most part, though metals are possible – and painting. Ceramics are in vogue anyway, and as functional objects go, plates are easy to display. In ascending order of price, here are three recent initiatives which have stepped up to the plate:

COMING SOON: Rack ‘em up: a YBA Editions Exhibition: Hirst, Lucas, Turk, Coventry, Chapman, Landy, Wearing and More!

Rack ‘em up: British Contemporary Editions, 1990 – 2000 focusses on editions produced by the so-called YBA generation of artists. The survey, the first of its kind ever staged, brings together works by all of the leading figures of the period, including Keith Coventry, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas and Gavin Turk, and seeks to capture the irreverent and exuberant flavour of the era.

fig-2: A New Art exhibition every week for 2015

Fifteen years ago a Soho warehouse hosted 50 art events in 50 weeks. Writers, architects and even milliners exhibited alongside both famous, and unknown, artists. As the project is revived for 2015, Nicholas Wroe talks to its curators about capturing the spirit of the times

Finding Fiona

SHE WAS THERE AND SHE REMEMBERS: Fiona Cartledge, UK Cultural Bellwether, Reflects on a Life in Club Scenes

Review @TCMargate – Jeremy Deller & Edmund de Waal

What better reason do you need therefore to hop on a train out of London and head for the south coast…?!

I did just this and was duly greeted by magnificent stormy skies and the distinct sights and sounds of seething regeneration.

I’m glad I went. It felt like a true moment in time…

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