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ART Gallery, too is happy to announce the launch of The Gallery Channel - the on-line to current art exhibitions and reviews. Visit 'the original white tube gallery' to see the virtual walk-thrus of real-world exhibitions, and read reviews and press releases while the show's still on! The Gallery Channel is an indispensible resource for the busy gallery-goer.
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I'LL NEVER BE A LOCAL by Patricio Grose Forrester
51 Poland Street London W1. 10th to 20th of September, 1998
Click the arrow above to see the exhibition on The Gallery Channel and read an essay about Forrester's work by Darian Leader.
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Visit the OUTART web site for information about CONFRONTATIONS, a major exhibition of work by emerging and established queer artists from Ireland, the UK, the US and Canada. It is organised by OUTART, a group who have secured Irish Arts Council funding to produce high quality exhibitions that coincide with Dublin Pride for four years running. This is the first year the show has toured to the primary art gallery in Cork. Catalogues are available for each year's show. CONFRONTATIONS includes work in diverse media; large scale photography, video projection, painting, and installation. The show will be at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland from August 26 to September 28, 1998
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NEW ARTist: works by Matthew O'Reilly
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NEW ARTist: works by Sally Craig
Check out 100 comic artists and writers including our pal, Billy Chainsaw, at the exhibition Keen City, presented by Upstairs at the Clerk's House and Cawdy Mawdy Comics, 1181/2 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JN 12-7pm daily, 22 July - 6 September 1998; tel: 0171 729 5076 Liverpool & Old Street tubes, buses 26, 45, 43, 47, 48, 67, 78, 149, 242, 243, 55, 8!
NEW ARTist: works by Paul Lewthwaite
NEW ARTist: works by Wendy Sutherland
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NEW ARTist: works by Phil Ashcroft
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In honour of the launch of Pink Ink. Italia, web design services for Italian clients, THIS WEEK London was invaded by the mad Roman sculptors, Cloti Ricciardi and Lucilla Catania, who took our major galleries and museums by storm. We ask them what they think of the frozen north:
Cloti Ricciardi: Il freddo nord fa bene perchè mantiene il cervello fresco (la capa fresca). I musei sono una meraviglia, le gallerie molte sono chiuse, la mostra di Moriko Mori alla Serpentine Gallery faceva veramente schifo in tutti i sensi: formale, concettuale e etico. La mia prima reazione è stato pensare: Chi sceglie queste mostre è veramente un idiota.
Lucilla Catania: Sono stata al British Museum e sono rimasta sconvolta dalla quantità di marmo che c'è nel museo. Gli inglesi hanno ricostruito interamente il tempio delle Nereidi ed è impresionante la sensazione di ritrovarti immersa in quel'epoca passata. È un museo staordinario che tutti gli scultori contemporanei dovrebbero vedere e capire.
Will London ever be the same again? SEE SCULPTURES BY CLOTI RICCIARDI AND LUCILLA CATANIA EXCLUSIVELY ON THE NEW ART WEBSITE!!
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