Cv Publications 2012 -18

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2012

January

Work Bank

March

David Medalla

David Hockney

Lucian Freud

April

Wiltshire

May

Damien Hirst

June

Being Tracey

July

Cumbria: A County Guide

August

London Festival

October

Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

November

The Ring of Minos

December

Two Bridges

2013

January

Francesco Clemente

February

Edward Lucie-Smith

The Decline & Fall of the Avant-Garde

March

Kurt Schwitters

April

Robert Rauschenberg

Chuck Close

July

Photography and Art

John Dugger

October

The Dance of Death

November

London Terminal

December

Art, Criticism & Display

2014

January Tracks 2014

July

Art, Poetry and WW1

September

Les Berberes et Moi

October

Liverpool Biennal

Visiting Frieze Art Fair 2014

November

Between Dream and Nightmare

December

Rembrandt and Turner

2015

February

The Private John Singer Sargent

March

Leon Golub Political Painting

Goya Between Two Worlds

October

Ai Weiwei

November

Through the Lens

Giacometti/Auerbach

December

Artist & Empire

Michael Craig-Martin

Julia Margaret Cameron

2016

July

Georgia O Keeffe

Tate Modern

David Hockney

Royal Academy

September

Edward Lucie-Smith

Picasso / Pollock

NPG / RA

2017

May

Marina Vaizey Painted Lives

David Hockney . Vanessa Bell

July

Magdalena Wasiura

Les Berberes et Moi

Part One of eight narrated by Deanna Delaney

August

September

October

Aspects of Jasper Johns

Frieze London

A view of the galleries

November

Monochrome

At the National Gallery

20118

February

All Too Human

Bacon/Freud

Tate Britain

March

Women at Work

Rachel Whiteread Cornelia Parker

 

 

 

 


 

 

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Pablo Bronstein

Design for a cake basket and two muffineers en-suite I, 2017

Hard ground etching hand-coloured with Lemon Yellow ink on Fabriano Tiepolo 280gsm paper
Paper 69.9 x 89.2 cm / Image 54.8 x 74.2 cm
Edition of 30

 

Courtesy Pablo Bronstein and Alan Cristea Gallery, London copyright Pablo Bronstein, 2018

 

Alan Cristea Gallery

43 Pall Mall

London SW1Y 5JG

 

+44(0)20 7439 1866

www.alancristea.com  

 

History in the Making:

Pablo Bronstein, Gordon Cheung, Dexter Dalwood, Walton Ford, Francis Lisa Ruyter, Paul Noble, Cornelia Parker, Clare Woods

11 January to 10 February 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nancy Rubins Agrifolia Major, 2017 Cast aluminum, brass, bronze, stainless steel armature and stainless steel wire cable 434.3 x 632.5 x 670.6 cm Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

I am interested in the balance, the engineering and tenuousness of the objects, as well as the dynamic tension and energy...A continuum starts happening with one piece attached to another...the way that crystals or cells grow. I am interested in the bigger picture.Nancy Rubins

 

NANCY RUBINS DIVERSIFOLIA

February 7to April 14, 2018

Gagosian Gallery

6-24 Britannia Street London WC1X 9JD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Audiobook cover image: Cormac Boydell Peacock River 1985

Terracotta with Egyptian Blue Glazeand white semi-transparent engobes h.30cms Courtesy of the artist

 

Feature by David Rose first published in Cv Journal of Art and Crafts 2/4 December 1989, in which he describes craft practices of individual makers in the county of West Cork, Ireland. The monograph also includes a survey of Dublin colleges of art and design by Margaret MacNamidhe, first published in Cv Journal 4/2 July 1991. From Cv/VAR Archive.

Crafts Directory surveys practices in the applied and decorative arts in the UK and Ireland. The anthology of interviews and features was first published in the quarterly review Cv Journal of Art and Crafts 1988-91, and includes showcases of emerging practices, studies of crafts education, and a comprehensive index of specialist producers and suppliers in the flourishing arena of crafts design and distribution.

 

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WOMEN AT WORK

ISBN 9781908419965

Marina Vaizey

Several of the most original critically and commercially successful international artists are women in a mans world, that of sculpture, installation, and film. Major exhibitions in London and elsewhere have highlighted the wondrous work of Rachel Whiteread, the first woman to win the Turner Prize, whose work has filled Tate Modern Turbine Hall, and who had a major retrospective at Tate Britain. Other outstanding bodies of work are contributed by several others of her generation of British artists: Tacita Dean working in the media of film and photography and breaking the bounds with simultaneous exhibitions at the Royal Academy, National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery; and Cornelia Parker, draughtsman, printmaker, sculptor, working with found and manipulated objects, who installed a building facade on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum, New York. All continue to push the boundaries of what they can do in what has traditionally been a male monopoly. Does their gender matter?  MV

 

 

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