We revisit our predictions for what we thought would be the hottest tickets of 2009. Back in frosty January, we ran a piece on Dulwich OnView suggesting what we (well, I) thought were going to […]
Why did the beautiful, 33 year old Lady Venetia Digby die suddenly in her sleep? No one has conclusively solved this mystery. Van Dyke painted her a few days after she died(1633) and the portrait […]
We went along to the Dulwich Park Fair on the other Sunday and although it was a blustery day, there were a lot of people braving the elements enjoying the fun of the fair.
My Dulwich garden will be open to the public on 31 May, at 118 Court Lane, Dulwich, SE21, from 2 to 5.30pm. Here is its story. Before and after views are below. In 1993 we […]
Paintings by Alice Neel, an American artist and self proclaimed ‘collector of souls’ come to London 2009-10 For art’s sake we left Dulwich for Old Street to visit a stunning contemporary art space, the Victoria […]
Day 5 Antoni Malinowski’s lines… He doesn’t use a paint brush, he uses bitumen soaked card! The black lines are not, as you may think, made of paint. Antoni buys a particular kind of card in […]
The Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House project is a great way to see creative work heralding from our local area, and more established artists too. Steve Slack went to meet some of those artists who have put on group shows this year and found out a little more about them.
When Seb Genovese is not leading his 5 strong quintet, he is solo gigging across London. Most recently on Friday 8 May, he kicked off the Dulwich Festival’s Artists’ Open house on Court Lane, SE21, […]
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