I have finally found an artwork that mirrors a work of art! Remember the shoes by Andreia Chaves from one of our previous post ? Possibly a work that had influenced the designer? Superficial, 2004, Mirror, glue, cement, Vosges, Alsace, France Since the 1990s, Michel de Broin 's witty...

The competition has three categories for entry: Artwork; Poetry and Short Fiction. One winner from each category will receive £500 and winners and finalists will be published in the Aesthetica Creative Works Annual, available throughout select galleries and online. The Artwork Winner for...

The Aston Martin team working on the 2012 Edition of its popular V8 Vantage can happily tout over 40 unique upgrades at this year's Geneva Motor Show, including fresh new style accents, more power, and a host of additional interior bells and whistles. While the engine is still the same base...

I'm not unfamiliar with Glyndebourne, I used to work at a major public school and it was part of the "season" when they all used to head off to Henley, Glyndebourne and Ascot while I stayed at home and drank Pimms and watched it on TV. Photo credit Leigh Simpson The reason I'm going is...

Think you'll never have the opportunity to become a fashion journalist on a major publication like ? Well think again. The newspaper and John Lewis have teamed up to offer not one, but two fabulous fashion prizes. Two lucky winner will score a styling session with doyenne of the fashion...

Here, the artist sheds light, and shading, on the many faces of Martín... You work in a wide range of media, from photography and video to music and performance. In an industry that craves categorization, how do you fit in? Or is that the point — you don't? I would call myself a...

Text by Bethany Rex Based in a converted 1950s goods shed, M Shed will exhibit a major retrospective of Martin Parr's work, shown in Bristol for the first time since the artist moved to the city a quarter of a century ago. M-Shed, Bristol's latest new-museum, will tell the story of the city...

), Martin Creed. Born in Yorkshire and brought up in Scotland, Creed won England's coveted Turner Prize in 2001 for turning an empty gallery's lights on and off at five second intervals. Shall we take his work seriously? With his goofy humour and profound thoughts, he knows how to impress...

Monday, 7 March 2011 Martin Creed: Thinking/Not Thinking @ Cafe OTO Review by Kathryn Evans Last week Martin Creed and his band showcased their new single Thinking/Not Thinking. One might view this sort of pursuit from an artist primarily known for creating visual works as an amusing side...

The exhibition also brings together a number of Creed's early minimalist works, and sets them alongside Work No. 736 Piano Accompaniment(2007), a live piano performance, played continually throughout the day. Creed's candid and austere films exploring the limits of the human body are also...

 

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