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5th April 2014

Cadogan Tate on how to make 'eggcellent art'

Perhaps the idea of relativity, first postulated by Albert Einstein, was running through Cadogan Tate's Stephen McHugh's mind when, one afternoon, he quipped to representatives from The Faberge Big Egg Hunt that wouldn't it be a great idea to make an egg to look like a wooden crate. read more...
4th April 2014

Yoko Ono: Half-A-Wind-Show – Retrospective

Yoko Ono: Half-A-Wind-Show – Retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain is composed of over 200 pieces of art that covers an astonishing 50 years. It has been half a century of creativity, with the Japanese artist delivering a cornucopia of ideas through her unique worldview. read more...
4th April 2014

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art acquires Picasso drawing

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has announced that it has secured a rare drawing by the modernist marvel Pablo Picasso. Executed in 2012, Head is an expert example of cubist meditation from the Spanish artist in its conceptive form, examples of which are few and far between. read more...
25th March 2014

The Big Egg Hunt

This spring, New York will be home to eggs. Not just ordinary eggs mind, the kind you crack, whip and fry, but bigger, inedible and very pretty eggs. For three sizzling weeks in April, the Big Apple will play host to over 250 egg-shaped sculptures, designed by some of the world's leading artists. read more...
20th March 2014

Whitworth Art Gallery to open in autumn

The Whitworth Art Gallery is to reopen this autumn, following a major redevelopment project. A whopping £15 million has been spent of updating the establishment, which is part of the University of Manchester, transforming the 125-year-old space into 'a twenty first century gallery in the park'. read more...

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