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The Use of Fans as a Record of History

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Before visiting The Fan Museum in Greenwich, I really had no idea how much is behind the history and making of antique fans. The lovely restored homes where the collection is housed add a greater […]

The Astounding Treasures of Horniman Museum and Gardens

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From the involvement in the community, to the gardens, to the museum itself, Horniman Museum and Gardens thoroughly impressed me. Even though the weather is still cool out and the day I went to the museum […]

The Strength of Local Community in The Drawing Room

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The Old Cycle Club filled with people and the thrum of conversation on the first night of “The Drawing Room” exhibition. The work of 12 local artists is being showcased for this weekend only. The aim […]

The Story behind the Paintings of “Dulwich Walks”

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Approximately 20 people filled the small white-walled room beneath the Jane Newbery shop for the opening of “Dulwich Walks”. The Artist and Illustrator of “Dulwich Walks”, Greg Becker, was an attentive host and was met by […]

Connecting Place to Place at the Brunel Museum

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Nestled among the houses of the residential area just north of Canada Water Station is the Sir Marc Brunel Engine House, home to the Brunel Museum. Captured in this redbrick building is the history of […]

Dulwich Contemporary Art Gallery: Celebrating Our First Year at The Dog

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We will soon be celebrating the first anniversary of our gallery opening at The Dog. A lot has happened in one year since our initial pop up venture a few doors along at what has […]

Artwork for the Home at Romeo Jones

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Romeo Jones has an atmosphere that immediately puts people at ease. From the delectable pastries covering every surface to the fresh fruits ready to be sliced, it is a place that feels like a home. […]

Q & A with Richard Lloyd, Curator of ‘Hockney, Printmaker’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Hockney drawing on a lithographic stone for one of the 'Lithograph of Water' series. Tyler Workshop Ltd. artist's studio, Bedford Village, New York, 1980. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, gift of Kenneth Tyler 2001.

Richard Lloyd, Curator of Hockney, Printmaker and International Head of Prints at Christie’s Auction House, discusses his personal highlights of the exhibition and explains why printmaking is often overlooked. “At a fundamental level my objective with […]

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