Browsing Category: aggregation

  • Found Objects 24/06/13

    Hello, arty people of the internet. Please find below links that may interest: Teutonic art of woodcut gets colourful makeover in 20th century Japan thanks to Kawanishi Hide (and thanks to @KathyKavan) David Lister is unshocked by the shocking current show at the ICA and asks for some right wing perspectives to stir things up …

    June 24, 2013
  • Found Objects 27/05/13

    Another week, another clutch of timely links: Interesting take on cave art, from the Travel Desk of the Guardian. “The good life was invented here,” says Robin McKie Playwright David Hare pays tribute to Patrick Caulfield. Ahead of the painter’s Tate Britain show this is well worth another visit to the Guardian site A witty …

    May 27, 2013
  • Found Objects 20/05/13

    Links once again compiled for your edification and delight. Please read responsibly: I suppose the art story of the week was a Gerard Richter painting breaking records for a living artist. “I just love it . . . I just love art,” says buyer But if you’re in New York you may have been more …

    May 20, 2013
  • Found Objects 13/05/13

    Good afternoon/morning. It’s time for my weekly compilation of interesting links: First but not foremost, it’s been Frieze week in New York. Jason Farago captures the spirit of the event and bottles it for the Guardian Fans of Dante may not be thrilled about the arrival of a new Dan Brown book. The Telegraph publishes …

    May 13, 2013
  • Found Objects 05/05/13

    It’s beach weather here in Brighton, but first aggregated art links for a Bank Holiday Weekend: How could a show with such a title be anything but great. Read about “Ain’t Painting a Pain?” by Richard Jackson at Orange County Museum of Art Billions and billions of stars are now available for viewing at Apexart …

    May 5, 2013
  • Found Objects 15/04/13

    Hello, it seems Spring has made a belated appearance. But if you’re not already enjoying the sun, here are some art links: Criticismism is sad this week (having learned that Catalan film director Bigas Luna is no longer with us). The Tit and the Moon is a personal favourite movie Timothy Taylor have an Antoni …

    April 15, 2013
  • Found Objects 08/04/13

    Hello and welcome to another round up of art-related links culled from the last seven days: Here’s a piece about death etiquette from the Guardian. Did have a link to the Heffner song, but paranoia struck. Film critics are generally more greatly missed that politicians anyway. Here’s a kind letter the late Roger Ebert sent …

    April 8, 2013
  • Found Objects 01/04/2013

    Happy Easter/April Fool’s Day/interminable winter. Here are some seasonable links from the online world of art: What might happen if Guernica came back to Britain today? Nigel Wheale writes an intriguing account of the painting’s first and last visit to these shores He lives in NYC, goes to 30 exhibitions a week, and still critic …

    April 1, 2013
  • Found Objects 18/03/13

    Salutations. This week’s art links are the usual mix between the topical and the wondrous. Topical: Here’s a sad story about the death of young Dominic Elliott, friend and assistant to David Hockney. The Independent reports. Also topical: the Guardian send music critic Alexis Petridis to review the record-breaking Bowie show at the V&A. Highly …

    March 18, 2013
  • Found Objects 11/03/13

    Greetings from snow-gripped Brighton. Here’s my weekly selection of links better not missed: Firstly, everyone must see this Fox News report as discovered by Art Fag City: George W. Bush as an emerging artist Still Stateside, I enjoyed at least two reports about the Armory show in New York, both from Art Info: the first …

    March 11, 2013