Three Eggs by Mike Snelle
June 12, 2011 – 11:00 am | No Comment

The three eggs were the palest of blues, almost white, and were freckled unevenly with tiny brown specks. They were the most beautiful things Thomas had ever held in his hands. He had seen plenty …

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ART – ASHILE GORKY AT THE TATE MODERN
March 2, 2010 – 4:11 am | One Comment
ART – ASHILE GORKY AT THE TATE MODERN

by Leo Kent

For an artist who paved the way for Abstract Expressionism in America, Armenian born Arshile Gorky should be more of a household name today. Hopefully this will be rectified in some small …

ART RODCHENKO AND POPOVA: DEFINING CONSTRUCTIVIS
March 3, 2009 – 5:46 pm | No Comment
ART RODCHENKO AND POPOVA: DEFINING CONSTRUCTIVIS

by Leo Kent
Tate Modern
12 February -17 May 2009

In most circumstances art should stand on its own devoid of context and then be judged. But not so with Constructivism, so entangled is it with the Russian …

ART – NICHOLAS HLOBO, TATE MODERN
December 10, 2008 – 5:22 pm | No Comment
ART – NICHOLAS HLOBO, TATE MODERN

by Gabriel Byng

Level 2 Gallery, Tate Modern
9 December 2008 – 29 March 2009
Free
Like the glutinous monster from a 1950s horror flick Ingubo Yesizwe rears drunkenly in the Level 2 gallery window …