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Articulating Change at Stone Squid Gallery

GXJacques writes

Posted 13:08 Wednesday, Jun 30, 2010 In: Visual Arts

Project Art Works

Posted 12:58 In: Visual Arts

Up on the roof of the De La Warr Pavilion are SIXTY bodies, almost reminiscent of the Civil War scene in Atlanta in Gone With The Wind, but minus Scarlett O’Hara.  They are of course cast from the one original Gormley, in five different poses from foetal crouch to standing man. A speeded-up video shows how they got them up there. A very small boy was running around counting “the willies”: boys will be boys, but girls will be women, as we used to say

Posted 12:22 In: Visual Arts


Posted 09:20 Friday, Jun 18, 2010 In: Visual Arts

Old Masters visit Hastings

Old Masters visit Hastings

Posted 08:44 In: Visual Arts

Nic Sandiland at Stone Squid

Posted 13:32 Friday, May 7, 2010 In: Visual Arts Tags: , ,

LAUREN CRAMPTON reckons her parents get the best cards and presents in town. Her secret is to be found at the Sign of the Black Winkle

Posted 15:29 Tuesday, Jan 19, 2010 In: Visual Arts Tags: ,

In among the volcanic eruption of visual ideas splattered on the walls at Hastings Museum by JAKE & DINOS CHAPMAN, there’s a couple of pages hand-written in red ink and framed. They are written by their one-time tutor ROD HARMAN and recall the days when the brothers were Foundation students at Hastings College: not a review, nor a tribute but more an expression of kinship. It is totally in keeping with the works on show.

Posted 12:52 Monday, Jan 18, 2010 In: Visual Arts Tags:
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