An interesting article on the Paris apartment where Gertrude Stein, Matisse and Picasso mingled. See our book on Gertrude Stein and the artists she encouraged and collected.
The ‘Hope to Nope’ exhibition at the Design Museum in London, 28th March to 12th August. Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008 -2018 is an exhibition on how graphic design and technology have played a major part in the political movements of our times. The street artist Shepard Fairey designed the famous poster ‘Hope’ […]
John Berger (1926-2017) was more than an art critic and author. He was a highly influential thinker. Although noted for his book and television series Ways of Seeing, his many other books are worth exploring. He was a socialist, a novelist (Winning the Booker Prize), a poet and an artist. Arundhati Roy, the author of […]
The Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne, Sussex, England holds one of the largest public collections of the work of Eric Ravilious. The Ravilious room is a dedicated space showing a selection of Eric Ravilious’ finest watercolours. Visitors can explore a unique archive, including books on the artist. Eric Ravilious spent most of his time on […]