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(December 2012)


Review: Australia's Impressionists

Arthur Streeton, ’Ariadne’, 1895, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Raise your hand if you knew there was an Australian Impressionism. If by chance you didn’t, there’s no need to worry! The National Gallery is here to help with an entire exhibition dedicated to the topic (the first one of this type organized in a European art institution). With 41 paintings coming from Australian art museums (mostly the National Gallery of Art and the Art Gallery of New South Wales) and private collections, Australia’s Impressionists is a small but effective way to discover the main artists who, inspired by European Impressionism, brought this pictorial language to their continent and defined it in a

‘La La Land’: musical dream and the reality of relationships

La La Land, Illustration by Brittany Richmond The Rio Cinema on Kingsland High Street, the art deco pride of Dalston and favourite of London film lovers, could not have provided a more perfect setting for Damien Chazelle’s homage to the golden age of musicals. Set against the backdrop of the Hollywood hills, the film revolves around Mia, a young struggling actress (Emma Stone) and Sebastian, a young struggling musician (Ryan Gosling). In many ways, their story is age old. Boy and girl meet. Boy and girl fall in love. Boy and girl try to manage their relationship while simultaneously striving to achieve their respective dreams and deal with the disappointments and setbacks which go hand-in-ha

Dublin: City of Books

Book of Knell, Illustration by Emily Knapp From the grand libraries that are full of wonder, to the small second-hand books stalls and independent libraries with cosy armchairs, book-lovers cannot dream of a better place than Dublin. Not forgetting the lovely people that welcome you with a smile and all the fun you will have in Ireland’s capital, my first impression of Dublin was sheer amazement at its fantastic books collection. It is no surprise then that Dublin has been a Unesco City of Literature since 2010. It all started when my dear friend who studies at Trinity College, Dublin, opened the door of the Old Library for me. The visit starts with a permanent exhibition on the treasures it

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg - Catalogue Review You can purchase Robert Rauschenberg from Museum Bookstore for the discounted price of £32.95 here. Although Rauschenberg has a strong advocate across the pond in the Museum of Modern Art (New York), his work has experienced somewhat patchy coverage here in the UK. The spark that should have lit the fire was an exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1964. In 1981, the Tate Gallery, as it was then known, held another in-depth exhibition of his work; but it was to be the last one of any substance for thirty-six years. The recent collaboration between MoMA and Tate to bring Rauschenberg to Tate Modern therefore represents something of a long-overdue oppo

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