I am giving you a break from sharing with you my participation in the judging of the Costa Biography Prize for three reasons. First, you probably have heard enough, second the process is at a […]
The story of Emily Carr is, outside Canada at least, one of the great unrecounted tales in 20th-century painting, a chronicle of struggle, adversity and ultimate triumph over the most inauspicious circumstances for making art […]
Dulwich Opera Company will perform their debut concert for local people. On Saturday 15 November, from 7.30pm at All Saints Church, West Dulwich, I will be performing in ‘Love & Longing‘, an evening of operatic […]
Lawrence Weiner loves bold, capitalized, bright letters, especially against white walls; he relishes the ambiguity that comes from his often reflexive language sculptors. He is an emphatic artists, and his current exhibit, ALL IN DUE […]
GX Gallery used to be a bakery during the First World War. You can see the traces of this past as you walk through the rooms: there’s the old dummy waiter, the original ovens, ash […]
I had absolutely no context for my visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery. I had found the facts of the place (almost two hundred years old, supported by the community, a hidden gem), but what I […]
Something new keeps catching my eye. I’ve already walked through Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Open Exhibition two, three times, but I still feel I haven’t taken in nearly enough. The variety of colors, styles, techniques; the […]
North Dulwich Lawn Tennis club hosted Danny Sapsford and Andrew Richardson from the Bright Ideas for Tennis organisation back in June 2014 for a fundraising day. Danny Sapsford founded the organisation, which operates by visiting […]
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