Articles tagged Modern Art

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Artist and Society at Tate Modern

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The South Bank of the Thames is one of London’s historic and contemporary hubs for the arts and their creators. Inside what once was a mid-twentieth century power plant, the Tate Modern museum could be […]

South London Gallery: a review

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The South London Gallery currently has two exhibitions that are on until January 2017. The first exhibition is in the main gallery, a spacious, white-walled room with a wooden floor, high ceiling, and flooded with […]

Street art vs Fine art – So which do you prefer?

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I’m no art expert nor am I an artist, but I’ve always admired art ever since I can remember. At school I loved painting and drawing and learning about so many different artists. My love for […]

Dulwich Park featured in new Tate Modern Turbine Hall‏

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Dulwich Park have contributed soil to the Tate Modern’s new Turbine Hall artwork, Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas: Empty Lot. Tate Modern unveiled the inaugural Hyundai Commission in the Turbine Hall by Abraham Cruzvillegas on […]

Five artists: an exciting exchange in modern Britain

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Jovan Nicholson, curator of ‘Art and Life: Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis, William Staite Murray, 1920-1931‘ and grandson of Ben and Winifred Nicholson, gives an introduction to the exhibition. The exhibition will be […]

Bold Art

A disused car park in Peckham seems like the last place to find a collection of innovative modern art, but it works perfectly for the Bold Tendencies. Bold Tendencies is a non-profit sculpture project with […]

Launch of Sunday Art Salon: South east London’s latest art adventure

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In times like these where interest rates are next to nought, it is a thankless task trying to accrue interest from money sat in bank accounts.  Art, like property, has always been highly regarded as […]

Let Your Imagination Soar at Tate Modern

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Tate Modern is one of South London’s most famous art museums and for good reason. Walking into the Tate I had no idea what to expect and the building itself was a shock to me […]

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