Artist Crush: Andrea Myers
Andrea Myers studied first printmedia then fiber and material studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. These works are from her series “Paper Pieces”. . .. . .. .. . . .
See Things Differently | Nomadic Decorator
Here’s a motley little crew of inspiration images. They scrolled across my screen on Pinterest, and each made me stop and look longer than average. Maybe you’ll find surprising new ways of seeing things here too … I’ve written a few business plans the conventional conforming way, but I really wish to write one that … Continue reading "See Things Differently"
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Kurt Schwitters in Britain
In Issue Five of Kolaj, we look at new scholarship into the last eight years of the life of German collage artist Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948). In 2013, Schwitters received two major retrospectives …
Heavenly Bodies: Michael Landy's artistic marriage made in heaven...
YBA Michael Landy’s show Saints Alive at the National Gallery draws on details of the torture of the martyrs represented in masterpieces of the Renaissance. And the result, says Adrian Hamilton, is fascinating
Methods, Processes and Transformations: 1930s Works by Kurt Kranz
Untitled picture series (Project for an abstract color film), 1930. 32 drawings in watercolor Kurt Kranz’s facade for a shoe shop Read more: On the "Die Programmierung des Schoenen", "The Programming of beauty", exhibition held in The Bauhaus Images from the catalog of the exhibition
Graphic Annotations of China Miéville’s The Last Days of New Paris
The Last Days of New Paris is China Miéville’s novella about a surrealist Paris magically overlapping with our realist Paris. At the back of the book, Miéville offers endnote citations of the…
Sir Peter Blake | Illustration
Peter graduated from the RCA in 1956 having also completed his National Service. He received the Leverhulme Research Award to study popular art whilst travelling Europe and went on to teach for several years at various London Art Schools, all the while working and exhibiting. His first solo show was held in the Portal Gallery in 1962 and since the early 70s his work has regularly been exhibited in one-man shows and retrospectives around the world. In 1981 he was elected a member of the Royal…