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REVIEW: The psychological drama of Gregory Crewsdon’s photographic series ‘Cathedral of the Pines’

The haunting photographs of Gregory Crewsdon will leave you with a strange taste in your mouth. Slightly metallic, blood perhaps, with a lingering smell of old cigarette smoke and a damp shiver crawling across the skin. Crewsdon is unveiling ‘what … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Camberwell Undergraduate Summer Show 2016 at Peckham road

Colourful, optimistic, formal, textural and bold, sometimes even brash verging on grotesque, the next generation of Camberwell graduates are operating in a new era of expressionism. The Camberwell Undergraduate Fine Art Summer show 2016 at Peckham road ran 18 – 25 … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Handsome, Young and Unemployed at Komplot, Brussels curated by Michelangelo Corsaro

Curated by Michelangelo Corsaro, this exhibition at Komplot in Brussels argues against the concept of ‘the European Standard’, redefining diversity within the EU through the cultural and social identities of its citizens. Using the European locations of Brussels and Athens, … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Five works from the MCA Australia collection

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney is based in an Art-Deco former Maritime Services Board building and overlooks Sydney Harbour in the area known as The Rocks. Founded in 1989, through a bequest by Australian expatriate artist John Power … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Israel Tiscas is El Salvador’s only Engineer

Israel Tiscas is not a typical engineer. Instead of oil, it’s blood that stains his hands. He’s the Engineer of El Salvador, the country’s only forensic criminologist. His mission is to serve his people in uncovering the lost murder victims of … Continue reading

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