New Reverspectives

Patrick Hughes’ reverspective is an iconic genre of art that has been around a very long time, over fifty years in fact. His first ‘reverspective’ was made in 1964! Perhaps the most enduring example of Hughes’ work that would come to peoples’ minds is Paradoxymoron in the British Library. Last year his ‘A Newer Perspective’ […]

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Serpentine Sackler preview

Pictures from a visit to the Serpentine Sackler Gallery yesterday (26 Sept) The gallery officially opens to the public tomorrow (Saturday 28th September)Graceful curves of new roof over the cafe, designed by Zaha HadidInterior of cafe/restaurant/secondary exhibition area – designed by Zaha Hadid The galleries themselves have become the art installation, as is the usual Serpentine […]

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Did someone actually mention the 'Serpentine River?'

The Serpentine River in London’s Hyde Park? There’s just no such thing in Hyde Park! How dare someone make any claims that there’s a ‘river’ in Hyde Park? Well, actually its very BRAVE these days for someone to mention things like rivers in Hyde Park! In tonight’s The London Standard‘s Susannah Butter says: “Across the river […]

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