Caroline Maldonado finds there are many possible ways of reading this chapbook of poems by Susan Wicks with artwork by Elizabeth Clayman
Wry, strange, self-mocking, subversive, acerbic, ironic, cynical, sarcastic, bitter, unconventional and of course surreal – are just some of the adjectives that spring to mind as you browse the unsettling Belgian art on display in a central Brussels venue until 24th January.
John Forth looks at poems written by Tamar Yoseloff to accompany an exhibition of David Harker’s images and finds they are sometimes more assertive than the understated artwork, but are also very much at one with it.
The exhibition Drawing the Line features David Harker’s drawings & paintings, with accompanying poems by Tamar Yoseloff
This is a thought provoking exhibition that aims to go beyond the surface of simply putting faces to the famous names. It suggests an art form that continues to find ways of revealing the self but also reveals the artist as a conduit for all human emotion.
This exhibition includes examples of David Harker’s project Species of Trees and drawings, paintings and prints from his portfolio of landscape imagery.
When approached for an idea for an exhibition at Turner Contemporary, guest curator, Brian Dillon, editor of the arts magazine Cabinet, hit upon the concept of ‘curiosity’.
Ilinca Cantacuzino reviews an exhibtion by Miranda Argyle “From where I’m looking, Mr Lekeux”
Archive 2010 Ruth Rosengarten reviews an exhibition of Italian Renaissance Drawings at the British Museum, London, 22 April – 25 July, 2010.