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(December 2012)

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Michael-Craig Martin: Transience

A sensationalist riot of colour, Michael-Craig Martin's inaugural solo exhibition at The Serpentine Gallery, Transience, is a profusion for the senses. The show gives an informed and critical insight into the artist's perspective on the age of technology. Born in 1941 in Dublin, Martin is an influential conceptual and minimalist artist known for his focus on the banal objects of everyday society. Through his subjects, he dictates an unstable relationship between form and function. Transience is both a reflection and reconsideration of his early oeuvre; compiling works from 1981 with those addressing our contemporary environment, highlighting the rapidity at which we as viewers and consumers

Gillray’s Ghost

Nestled next to the British Museum and free with an art fund card, this celebration of the bicentennial of James Gillray’s death is a gem of an exhibition and is well worth the five minute walk. Packed into two rooms, the motley collection of satirical cartoons are presented broadly chronologically; the notable exceptions being panels deemed to directly influence one another. Set side by side, the rehashing - and occasional downright theft - of Gillray’s compositions and witty maxims perfectly illustrates the endurance of his legacy some 200 years after his death. His most recognisable work, ’The Plum-Pudding in Danger’ is shown to be reimagined countless times, as a baked bean, a football a

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