Cv Publications 2012 -17

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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

Women at Work

Rachel Whiteread Cornelia Parker

Monochrome

At the National Gallery

 

 

 


 

 

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 Jack Richardson

 

I focus on our fascination with visual phenomena and perception of colour and form. My paintings use illusionistic space through non-representational composition to capture the physicality of the never-ending process of change, exploring physiological illusion; an effect of excessive stimulation through specific types of brightness, colour and size.

 

For any inquiries contact:
+44 (0) 750 500 9956
jackmartynrichardson@gmail.com

www.jackmartynrichardson.com

Two pages from my book of poems and collages, entitled Boys of England 1975-77

 

David Medalla

Works in the World

 

ISBN 978-1-908419-29-3  ISSN 1476-9980

First edition published in February 2012

Interview copyright N.P. James

Essay/Poems copyright David Medalla

A5, 58pp, 19 colour pp GBP14.99

 

First published February 2012, reprinted October c2017

 

Extract from recording 11/2011

DM I met a young writer called Viv McCorry. We had a great time going around Edinburgh and Leith, where he lived. As a tourist on a Sunday I could order drinks. It was my first time in Scotland.

Cv You were nineteen?

I was younger, I made my age more so I could cash cheques. Viv McCorry explored Edinburgh with me, one day we went up to the city castle. We had free drinks first at a brewery; I watched fascinated, the cauldron bubbling, with the yeast. Then we went down to Holyrood Palace; by then we were slightly inebriated. We climbed up Arthurs Seat and laid down on the grass, and gazed at the sky. Looking at the clouds, a whole set of memories came rushing in my head. The first one was when I was a toddler, during the Second World War. My father was a guerrilla fighter in the mountains and the rest of my family lived in the town, in the city of Manila where I was born. My father came down from the mountains to Manila for festivals, like Easter, Christmas, or the birthdays of my family. One time, I think it was towards Easter, very early at dawn we heard shooting. We all rushed down to find what was happening. A young man, a guerrilla who was working for my father, came down from the mountains where the guerrillas were, to warn my parents that the Japanese Imperial Police were coming to take all of us to some concentration camp. The young man was shot by the Japanese Police. The young guerrilla was able to run a few blocks and over to our garden fence.

So he saved you.

Yes he saved us, but he died in the process. My family waited until there was no more sound that the Japanese were looking for him. We had this very tropical garden. We went looking for the young guerrilla. We found him under some hibiscus flowers. By then it was early morning, the young man was shot at dawn. I saw red blood and bubbles coming out of his mouth; life was leaving his body. It was a very strong memory I had about bubbles.

 

Cv audiobooks Autumn released on itunes by Audible/ACX

Paris TV: Routes and Diversions narrated by Denise Kahn

Centre du Verre: Musee des Arts Decoratifs narrated byYael Eylat-Tanaka

Silver Image: Early British Photography narrated by Denise Kahn

Tate Modern in Construction narrated by Jo Ashe

Damien Hirst A Retrospective narrated by Jon Turner

Saved for the Future: the Work of the Art Fund narrated by Tim Dalgleish

The Gathering: Arts Council Collection narrated by Jo Ashe

Renovation and Revision: Development of the Ashmolean Museum

narrated by Ian Mustey

Monumenta: Anish Kapoor at Grand Palais narrated by David Micklem

Sculpture Space: Yorkshire Sculpture Park narrated by Hilary Beaton

Small Histories: Studies of Western Art narrated by Dana Brewer Harris

Helen Chadwick: Od Mutability narrated by Jill Rolls

Paramjit Takhar: Colours of the Spirit narrated by Sangita Chauchan

Gloria Ortega Straw and Steel narrated by Sangita Chauchan

Hughie ODonoghue Sleeper narrated by David Micklem

Eduardo Paolozzi Newton Figures narrated by Nick Deyton

Aspects of Jasper Johns narrated by Eric Elliott

The Decorative Arts of West Cork narrated by Mark Isham

Trove of Derrynaflan narrated by Mark Isham

 

 

CURATORS COLLECTIONS . PAINTED LIVES . GIACOMETTI-AUERBACH . ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG . TRACEY EMIN .JONATHAN YEO . BETWEEN DREAM ABD NIGHTMARE . THROUGH THE LENS .

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