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26th November 2014

Tate dips into the world of Minecraft

Minecraft looks and feels like a vintage computer game. The premise and aesthetic are quite basic, as the developers behind it have explained: "[It's] about breaking and placing blocks." That is really the gist of it – there is no narrative and no task to complete. read more...
25th November 2014

Introducing Project Perpetual

Project Perpetual endeavours to raise money, through art, for children that have been identified as ‘high-risk’ by the United Nations Foundation, whose own mission is to support and encourage others to back UN efforts to make the world a better place. read more...
15th November 2014

LACMA receives its biggest art gift

Christmas has come early for LACMA, which has just been gifted the largest gift in its history. In an official press release, the museum announced that it will come into possession of notable works of art belonging to the billionaire philanthropist Jerrold Perenchio upon his death. read more...
15th November 2014

Transmitting Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol could have been a marketer or one of those suits you see in Mad Men, finger clicking good at selling everyone 'the dream'. He'd have been as he was, of course, an oddball, both in temperament and aesthetic. A new exhibition looks at how he use mass media to promote his work. read more...
7th November 2014

Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme Auction A Great Success

The Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme concluded with its exhibition and silent auction at the Darren Baker Gallery, hosted by Jade Jagger. The event exceeded last year’s total with over £103,000 raised for the charity. read more...

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