At a glance, they appeared to be a series of abstract paintings – some presenting a grid-like pattern of subtly shifting tones, and varying in scale from large to quite-large.  Liza Lou’s exhibition at the White Cube, Hoxton Square, initially, seemed beautifully arrang...

January 26, 2011

One of my Art History professors once claimed that there’s a close correlation between the rise of television sets and the installation of windows on oven and washing machine doors.  Product design that “frames” ordinary domestic processes apparently arose from a cultu...

October 19, 2010

Founded in 1972 by Lady Harriet Bridgeman, the Bridgeman Library facilitates the legal use of an image for a variety of purposes – its licensing arrangements covering all things from Penguin books to the framed “Waterlilies” seen in Titanic.

Lady Bridgeman, who is a Tri...

October 19, 2010

It’s a grim picture, representative of much of the nation’s main shopping streets at the moment: a cityscape of glass and concrete shells, designed with perpetual earners and spenders in mind, displaying blank nothingness as you pass by, unable to venture through the s...

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