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A collage of collages © Tom Bartlett

Tom Bartlett: Hard Brexit at blackShed gallery

Banned by some, censored by others, no subject is beyond reproach as far as Tom Bartlett’s concerned. He plays with our sensibilities with a challenging and exciting collection of collage and assemblages that go on show at the blackShed gallery near Robertsbridge.

Posted 12:45 Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: , , , , , ,
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Another exhibition, Another Crossing

HOT’s Erica Smith was lucky enough to visit the Another Crossing exhibition in Bexhill’s Murmurations Gallery whilst one of the artists, Giovanna Del Sarto was in the building.

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Un-Broken

Un-Broken, an exhibition by local female artists at Murmurations Gallery, explores themes that complement Tonico Lemus Auad’s exhibition at the De Le Warr Pavilion. Erica Smith, who was not overwhelmed by the show at DLWP, went along with low expectations – and was pleasantly surprised.

TASS poster courtesy of Baker Mamonova Gallery

A fresh look through the Windows of TASS

To coincide with the Russian New Year, Kino Teatr are featuring an exhibition of original, stencil cut and hand-painted Soviet posters. These were used to promote State information to the Russian public during the Second World War and throughout the 1950s. Baker Mamonova Gallery has invited contemporary British and Russian artists with an interest in these powerful and striking graphics to produce a piece of work in response using the same stencil techniques. These will be displayed alongside the original TASS posters. Erica Smith looks through the Kino-Teatr windows to review the Windows of Tass.

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Portraits in the attic

‘A return to order’ is the unexpected name for a show by an artist who calls himself a ‘Dis-ist’ – HOT’s Erica Smith climbs the metal ladder into Rob Sample’s painterly garret to find out more.

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: , , , , , , , ,
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