The complex evolution and rich cultural significance of the kimono are thoroughly explored in the exhibition at the V&A.
From sentimental, ornately-framed Victorian works to John Virtue’s monochrome contemporary land and seascapes, Eastbourne’s Towner Gallery in normal times organises tours of its store every second Sunday that demonstrate the range of its 5,000-strong collection.
Anuther Glesca: a poetry review by Brian Docherty who takes a thorough look at the twists and turns of Owen Gallagher’s idiosyncratic collection Clydebuilt.
* The Autumn 2020 issue of London Grip New Poetry features: *Zoe Brooks *Colin Pink *Tony Beyer *Leona Gom *Daniel Bennett *James Roderick Burns *Jack Houston *Tom Phillips *Moya Pacey *Mary Franklin *Curtis Brown *Peter Kenny *Angela Kirby *Kathleen McPhilemy *Ruth Valentine *Marie Dullaghan *Molly Burnell *Tanner *Jane McLaughlin *Jennifer Johnson *Mary Robinson *Marion McCready […]
Poetry review – LET BATTLE COMMENCE: Norbert Hirschhorn reflects on Wendy Klein’s use of letters by one of her ancestors to make a poetic memoir of the American Civil War.