Documentary Realism Catalogue
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A catalogue to accompany the exhibition Documentary Realism: Painting in the Digital Age curated by Robert Priseman (founder of CBP) and essays by Sophie Cummings and Paul O’Kane. Artists: Nathan Eastwood, Natalie Dowse, Nick Middleton, Alex Hanna, David Sullivan, Katherine Russell, … Read More

Documentary Realism: Painting in the Digital Age
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2nd – 31st March 2015St Marylebone Crypt, 17 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LT Curated by Robert Priseman (founder of CBP) this new exhibition explores how contemporary artists are utilising painting traditions of the past to ask challenging questions about the … Read More

Contemporary British Painting
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A new Contemporary British Painting group show featuring the work of 42 artists.Monday 8th December 2014 – Thursday 1st January 2015 Painting by Julian Brown Artists: Edwin Aitken, Amanda Ansell, Claudia Boase, Jon Braley, Julian Brown, Simon Burton, Andrew Crane, … Read More

Depth of Field
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By David Page In this short article David Page looks at and into the picture space, considering the depth behind, in and before the surface of the painting… Introduction What we used to call Modern Art has set itself a … Read More

@paintbritain
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A major survey show of painters from across the UKIpswich Museums and Galleries: 1st November 2014 – March 2015 Curated by Simon carter this new show features work by over 40 painters from across the UK who are practicing the … Read More

Susan Gunn in conversation with Katherine Russell
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Katherine Russell: What led you initially to working with these ancient/traditional processes? Susan Gunn: During my foundation year at Norwich University of the Arts I was interested in historic methods and traditional ways of working. I began experimenting, working from … Read More

The Lido in the Forest
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Judith Tucker considers ‘postmemorial’ affects and the triangular relationship between language, memory and painting in this illustrated article originally published in ‘Interdisciplinary Essays’ (Rodopi Press, Amsterdam NY 20100). Judith Tucker considers ‘postmemorial’ affects and the triangular relationship between language, memory … Read More

Teachers’ Resource: Becoming Picasso
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Matthew Krishanu reflects on three approaches to painting figuratively: from life; from photographs; and from memory / imagination in the essay ‘Painting the Figure – a Contemporary Practice Perspective’ as part of a new publication by the Courtauld for their … Read More

Simon Carter: The Shapes of Light
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Andrew Lambirth considers a recent series of paintings by Simon Carter. ‘Subjects are only starting points. The further I get from the point of departure, the more I can see the painting…’ The theme and viewpoint of this new body … Read More

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