Monthly Archives: April 2012

Contemporary contention

The Damien Hirst retropsective and musings on the contemporary art experience. Damien Hirst is not an artist who is naturally uppermost in my thoughts – he gets placed there by perpetual media coverage, and now permanent enough to be cited … Continue reading

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Art book review: Painting Today, by Tony Godfrey

This book covers painting in the last 30 years, but particularly looking at contemporary painting and where it’s going. Like its near contender Vitamin P by Phaidon, this is a very large book, picture-rich as befits the subject, representing a … Continue reading

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