Tag Archives: Stuart Brisley

A Bigger Splash Opening At Tate Modern

As The Tate, and in particular Tate Modern, gets increasingly populist there is a curious disjunction between the art world insiders who attend the private views and the audience at whom these exhibitions are aimed. On my way in to … Continue reading

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Still the same old song from the former Artists’ Placement Group…

John Latham and the Artists’ Placement Group came up in conversation the other day. While I liked much of what Latham did, I always found the theoretical justifications for his work extremely dubious. Thus when through Latham I came into … Continue reading

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Zoo 2009, or the art world in recession…

With plenty of galleries and art fairs closed for good by the vagaries of the current recession, some might see it as a surprise that Soraya Rodriguez’s Zoo has survived at all. No longer billed as an art fair, Zoo … Continue reading

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