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The Practical Untenability of Vetements in the Mind of Someone Thinking

The University of Goldsmiths has quite a few success stories in the creative field to its name; Sarah Lucas, James Blake, Malcolm McLaren and Margaret Howell to name but a few. But if there’s one individual that Goldsmiths really likes … Continue reading

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Frieze 2016 Highlights for High Snobiety

I wrote a piece for High Snobiety talking about some of my personal highlights from Frieze Art Fair 2016, and sizing up the general mood of the fair this year. Read the whole piece now over at High Snobiety.

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Notes on Christo’s ‘The Floating Piers’ at Lake Iseo

To get from Verona to Sulzano, first you have to get a train about 50 miles West, to Brescia. From there you can get another train that takes you through Paderno and Bornato-Calino, on towards Lake Iseo and its surrounding … Continue reading

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Frieze 2015 for HighSnobiety

I was asked by HighSnobiety to attend this year’s Frieze Art Fair in London. After spending an afternoon exploring the exhibition I wrote a recap about some of my personal highlights from Frieze 2015. You can read the whole article … Continue reading

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London Design Festival for HighSnobiety

I was asked by HighSnobiety to list some of my favourite events from this week’s London Design Festival. You can read the whole article right now over at HighSnobiety.com

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Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy of Arts

No doubt you’ve already read a slew of pieces about Ai Weiwei’s exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadilly. It’s the artist’s first ever major exhibition in the UK and comes after a long period of personal and … Continue reading

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Craig McCaffrey

Following up from my post a few weeks back about Kranky Records’ reissuing Stars of the Lids’ two most seminal albums on vinyl, I was fortunate enough to be woken by my postman delivering my copies this morning and it … Continue reading

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Barjeel Art Foundation presents ‘Imperfect Chronology: Arab Art from the Modern to the Contemporary’ at The Whitechapel Gallery

Just a heads up for an exhibition that will be taking place at the Whitechapel Gallery next to Aldgate East station over the following year. The Barjeel Art Foundation is an art initiative based in the United Arab Emirates set … Continue reading

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Holiday Snaps from a Day Trip to Dismaland

Strange vibrations rumbled across the West Country recently following an unexpected announcement from everybody’s favourite bastard graffiti artist. Bringing the contemporary art world to his home stomping grounds, Banksy announced that Weston Super Mare’s long-derelict Tropicana lido would be hosting … Continue reading

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KAWS – ‘Small Lies’ at Frieze Sculpture Park, Regents Park

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