Natural Act collages by Merve Ozaslan - cate st hill
I went to see the Hannah Höch exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in London this weekend. It’s the gallery’s annual paid exhibition and is…
Paperfolk Loves... Lisa Kokin
Lisa Kokin uses embroidery to evoke emotive responses to found imagery and text. She is one talented lady, creating book art and installations as well as teaching classes. I particularly love her series of black and white photographs with stitching, they remind me visually of the work of Christian Boltanski. Here are a few of her works but there's lots more to look at on her website.
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Patternbank were honoured to be invited to pin to Tate Modern’s Pinterest board - Pattern Power, a celebration of pattern in art coinciding with a major
Art Everywhere: the 57 works coming to UK billboards - in pictures
From Monday, 22,000 advertising sites in the UK will feature one of 57 great artworks which have been voted for by the public. Don't miss your 24-page guide to Art Everywhere, free with the Guardian on Saturday 10 August
asylum-art: “ Merve Özaslan: Natural Act on Behance the work of Istanbul-based artist Merve Ozaslan via Pinterest and Behance. In a similar way to Höch, Ozaslan takes vintage black and white...
David Hockney RA: 82 Portraits and 1 Still-life | Exhibition | Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts, located in the heart of London, is a place where art is made, exhibited and debated.
Porthleven by Peter Lanyon. This is such a moving painting. It is topographic, showing the Cornish landscape from the air as if he has painted a map of the area. At the same time it depicts a mine shaft as if it was a slice through the earth, with building at the surface and shaft descending towards the centre of the earth. In 1919 there was a great mine disaster nearby and Lanyon saw this painting as a history painting comemorating those miners who died.