Tag Archives: Gustav Metzger

Cleaner Mistook My Art For Rubbish – A Flying Start To My Space Show In Hackey!

Every couple of years you read in a press report that a cleaner mistook a work of art for garbage and threw it away. My personal favourite example of this cyclical news story is the Tate cleaner who in 2004 … Continue reading

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The Attic Archive at the Cupar Arts Festival

The Cupar Arts Festival went head to head with The Frieze Art Fair once again this year, and for me there was no contest in terms of prioritising one over the other. I headed out of London and away from … Continue reading

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Redchurch Street in the fall, or art in the dark…

Catching the opening performance of Shaun Caton’s ‘…netherwhat…’ at the Maurice Einhardt Neu Gallery (1 October) I could have imagined I’d walked into a time warp had I not been in Redchurch Street… I hadn’t seen Caton do a performance … Continue reading

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Gustav Metzger opening at the Serpentine Gallery

The Gustav Metzger retrospective Decades 1959-2009 is the most extensive single exhibition of auto-destructive art ever to be held in London. Not just the work, but also the head-on collision between the Serpentine as a chic white cube space and … Continue reading

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