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Corfe Castle in Dorset

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Why Not White!

I had a brilliant idea yesterday for an Equestrian Apparel Challenge…white breeches! I have had a love affair with white breeches every since I was a little girl and fantasized about competing in m…

When the German photographer Frank Habicht arrived in London in the the pop revolution of the swinging sixties was still in the starting blocks. Swinging London, Photography Exhibition, Street Photography, Vintage Photography, Art Photography, British National, London Look, Martin Parr, Provocateur

Lomography - A Photographic Tale of Modern Britain

In the fast-paced and ever-growing millennium, national identity and culture keeps being worked and reworked. The face of Britain from the modern to contemporary era is in constant change.

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Angie Lewin at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Angie Lewin, Persephone Shore, collage on driftwood Angie Lewin has been busy. Her new exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park features paintings, screen prints, wood engravings and - my favourite - a series of collages on pieces of driftwood. Angie Lewin, Festival Mug and Honesty, watercolour Angie's watercolour drawings are wonderfully cool and elegant, and she acknowledges her debt to mid-century art and design with those precisely dated mugs. But I think her work really takes off when…

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LS Lowry at Tate Britain: glimpses of a world beyond

From evictions to street parties to strikes, Lowry took the daily dramas of working-class life and found beauty in them. Adrian Searle welcomes a revealing and moving new show