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Room 237

Reynir Hutber  has been announced as the winner of the Catlin Art Prize 2010 today. Hutber is a graduate of Westminster University : B.A (Hons) Mixed Media Art and his work Room 237 (Video installation, Variable dimensions, 2009) has won him the £3,000 prize which is enough for the young artist to run a studio […]

The Bad Shepherd

In Toronto today a Canadian artist has released the first in a series of works in response to the torrential allegations of paedophilia against the Catholic Church. The project is a visual representation of the contradiction stemming from the heights of hypocrisy reached by Pope Benedict XVI and the Vatican, for direct involvement in the […]

Peter Beard

Some prominent British artists helped a good cause last May Day by putting their talents to designing elephants which then took to the streets of London. The object of the parade was to help raise money for the conservation of Asian elephants, whose numbers are dwindling even more severely than those of the African elephant, […]

Adam and Eve Oil on Canvas, 164 by 213.4 cm

2010 is the 400th anniversary of the death of the painter Caravaggio, who died at Porto Ercole in July 1610. Whitfield Fine Art will mark this anniversary with a major exhibition, during summer of 2010, of important paintings by Caravaggio’s early Seventeenth century contemporaries and followers, with the aim of understanding him through the artists […]

The gallery is located in an attractive and spacious warehouse in Hackney, east London, which opened to the public as a gallery in May 2003. The gallery space is within Tannery Arts, an established studio complex, occupied by professional artists who provide opportunities for dialogue and exchange. Where? The Drawing Room Tannery Arts Brunswick Wharf […]

Love it or Hate it the Turner Prize is one of the most prestigious Art prizes in the whole of the UK. Now the short list for the nominations of this years prize has been released. I’m sure that there will be much public (and private) debate about the validity or suitability of the candidates […]

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