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In this interview, William Robinson, 85-year-old painter of twisted otherworldly landscapes, reveals how he learned to translate both loss and time in his work.
The art of Patrick Hall is like a repository of memory that weaves together poetic narratives of world history and personal experience, in particular the history of World War II. His work is now showing at Despard Gallery.
A cast of different ‘Ronnies’ populate Ronnie van Hout’s art, appearing as the wizened face of inanimate objects (a banana, a sausage, a hammer), as well as the adult visage of child-like figures engaged in disconcertingly adult acts. Here, Ronnie tells us about five of his works.
In our ongoing Smartphone Snaps series, artists invite us into their locked-down lives. Here, Kuba Dorabialski takes us on a trip to wildly different destinations, from Bulgaria and Uzbekistan to his own backyard.
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