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Paris Summer Academy 2018

Two performances From Anthony Howell’s performance art workshop in Paris 2018

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  To wander through this mortuary of art Underneath a flyover at Clignancourt Is sad not solemn – unlike Père Lachaise – For this is where the unmemorable makes its unsung exit.   Bland landscapes on hardboard, lifeless drawings From … Continue reading

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    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

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Roeg Elements: innovation and risk

Nicolas Roeg, by Michael Clark, National Portrait Gallery   Very pleased that my new piece for Nicolas Roeg on his 90th Birthday is here – “Roeg Elements” Published by the Fortnightly Review. Celebrating younger poets – including Emma Hammond, Natacha … Continue reading

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In Defence of Obscenity

Interesting post here In Defense of Obscenity

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  Click the link for THE NEW BEAUTY This is an essay published by The Fortnightly Review.   For a complete list of links to other reviews of poets and my previous articles click here: The Fortnightly  

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Testosterone and Art

A very interesting article published on her blog by Nathalia J Calderon. It’s about testosterone levels and art – not sure I quite agree about the conclusion! http://nathaliajcalderon.wordpress.com//?s=testosterone&search=Go  

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‘Nonfinito’ or the Art of Incompletion

Nonfinito or the Art of Incompletion “Infinity, though of another kind, causes much of our pleasure in agreeable, as well as of our delight in sublime images. The spring is the pleasantest of the seasons; and the young of most … Continue reading

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