Category Archives: art
Bracelli’s Bizzarie di Varie Figure (1624) I have long maintained that art has its rivers that have been flowing through culture at all times, and my friend Roger Malbert just sent me the interesting link (above), posted by The Public … Continue reading
Walter de Maria Lightning Field 1977 This talk for Norfolk Contemporary Art Society in Norwich, Wednesday 2nd October, 2019, is in essence a much edited amalgam of two of my essays in Art and its Dark Side: the eight rivers … Continue reading
At last, we have managed to work out a way of creating a sales outlet for the seminal Publications of THE THEATRE OF MISTAKES Click this link for Publications by The Theatre of Mistakes My textbook The Analysis of … Continue reading
Here is a new review for the Fortnightly Review – Tactile, Untouchable Looking at three stunning works of visual art on show in London just recently. I am dedicating this review here to the memory of Mary Maclean Another Review … Continue reading
The monkeys are in among the mangoes. As for the lovely one, she is emerging from Under the trees, the trees laden with mangoes And monkeys. She’s ambling out of the grove Bearing the nail marks left by the … Continue reading
Click this link for details of a new exhibition at The Room By Sadiq Toma. Wednesday 5th December 2018-Tuesday 5th February 2019 Private View – Tuesday 4th December 2018 6pm – 9pm
Brilliant piece in Hyperallergic. Click here for this Studs Terkel/Zero Mostel interview posted by Karen Schiff.