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Four Feet in the Garden, 1995 by Gary Hume

HOT’s Joe Fearn chatted to Elizabeth Gilmore, Director of the Jerwood Gallery, as they walked around the Foreshore Gallery which is currently exhibiting Gary Hume’s paintings and sculpture.

Posted 19:00 Saturday, Jul 28, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: , , , , , , , ,
Four Feet in the Garden, 1995 by Gary Hume

Gary Hume: Flashback at the Jerwood

Gary Hume: Flashback at the Jerwood

Posted 11:34 Wednesday, Jul 18, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: , , , ,
Digital Media Print new gallery front in Trinity

The next time you walk from Hastings Library to Robertson Street, take a look at the ex nightclub on the left hand side of the road at the end of Trinity Street, advises HOT reporter Joe Fearn. Formally a disused eyesore, it now houses Digital Media Print, who relocated from just around the corner at the Creative Media Centre.

Posted 11:50 Tuesday, May 22, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: , ,
© Anita Klein

The latest art exhibition at Powdermills Hotel in Battle featured an impressive internationally exhibited roster of artists and printmakers. Joe Fearn went along to the private view for HOT.

Posted 18:12 Monday, Apr 23, 2012 In: Arts News
The Hastings Modern Art Beach Book

Life’s a Beach

Life’s a Beach

Posted 17:20 Sunday, Apr 15, 2012 In: Arts News
'A Hare's Breadth' by Alison Read

Hare today…

Cathy Simpson reviews the current Mad March Hare exhibition at The Weekend Gallery.

Posted 10:25 Monday, Mar 19, 2012 In: Arts News
Jerwood Gallery Hastings Beach

The Jerwood Gallery opened its doors to the public today. Erica Smith contemplates the art, the building and the views of the beach.

Posted 18:35 Saturday, Mar 17, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: , ,
Rose Wylie artist in her studio

Rose Wylie is a woman to watch, according to a newspaper article by Germaine Greer. The newspaper quote arose out of the findings of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, that art galleries and museums around the world exhibited mostly men. Wylie is philosophical about the reason, as she explains to HOT’s Joe Fearn and Richard Hull.

Posted 15:52 Monday, Mar 12, 2012 In: Arts News Tags: , ,
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