Björk Digital Exhibit opens in London

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The iconic Icelandic singer and songwriter Björk unveiled Björk Digital, a virtual reality exhibit showcasing all the VR videos completed for Vulnicura her 10th and latest album, in London last week.  The Exhibition includes the premiere of “Notget”, directed by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, and has been touring the world since it first opened … Continue reading

All We Ever Needed Was Love

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  Fifty years ago, give or take a day or two, performers representing 19 countries from around the world appeared on Our World, the first ever international television production broadcast by satellite. An estimated 400 million viewers watched the two-and-a-half hour program, which featured talent including Pablo Picasso and Maria Callas and was closed out … Continue reading

Bruce Sargeant (1898-1938): Parlor, Gymnasium & Field

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American painter, sculptor and set designer Mark Beard objects to the fact that most artists are expected to stick to whatever singular style brings them success, and for which they become known for.  He has got around this by developing a number of distinct artistic personalities, each with a detailed biography and portrait photograph, to … Continue reading

Brut, My Beauty: Jean Dubuffet and Jean-Michel Basquiat

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  This weekend’s your last chance to catch Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty in the Barbican Gallery in London.  It is the first major UK exhibition of French artist  Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years. One of the most provocative voices in postwar modern art, Dubuffet rebelled against conventional ideas of beauty, hoping to capture the poetry … Continue reading

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