Cv Publications 2012 -16



January Work Bank

March David Medalla

David Hockney

Lucian Freud

April  Wiltshire

May   Damien Hirst

June  Being Tracey

July   Cumbria: A County Guide

August London Festival

October Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

November   The Ring of Minos

December   Two Bridges


January    Francesco Clemente

February  Edward Lucie-Smith

The Decline & Fall of the Avant-Garde

March  Kurt Schwitters

April Robert Rauschenberg

Chuck Close

July ,Photography and Art

John Dugger

October The Dance of Death

November  London Terminal

December Art, Criticism & Display


January Tracks 2014

July  Art, Poetry and WW1

September Les Berbčres et Moi

Octoberber   Liverpool Biennal

Visiting Frieze Art Fair 2014

November  Between Dream and Nightmare

December  Rembrandt and Turner


February  The Private John Singer Sargent

March Leon Golub  Political Painting

Goya Between Two Worlds

May  David Hockney  Painting & Photography 

October Ai Weiwei

November  Through the Lens

Giacometti –Auerbach

December  Artist & Empire

 Michael Craig-Martin 

Julia Margaret Cameron


January  Paris TV: Routes and Diversions

Andy Warhol: Everyday Icons


March  Albion Journal



Photo-London 2016

Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro

Jaff Koons: NOW

Newport Street Gallery

Painting with Light

Tate Britain


Francis Bacon Triptychs


Sicily: Culture and Conquest

The British Museum


Clash of the Titans

Picasso-Pollock: European Modernism versuss Abstract Expressionism





Art . Travel . Histories . Social Studies . Studio work


Cv  June 2016

‘It’s a great archive..a good book for dipping nto” Susie Honeyman






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 Les Berbčres et Moi


After my holidays in Morocco October 2012 I felt a terrible need to go back there and ever since I have been looking for a way to fulfil such desire. It is simply out of sympathy, admiration and love for the people that suffer immense poverty and yet they manage to be generous and hospitable. During my research I've stumbled upon a charity that helps the Berber people in the Middle Atlas mountains. They are called Hannan, in Arabic means compassion, care and it is run by a couple called Hannah (British) and Hmad (Moroccan).They built a school from scratch in a village called El Borj (where Hmad was born and raised) that now accommodates over 30 children age 3-12 years old and they are in a process of going through tough regulations and money raising (circa Ł150.000) for the new school for children age 12-16 years old. They desperately need volunteers to  co-ordinate the existing school, helping the teachers that are not highly qualified to teach, manage the paper work and run extra French classes for the kids. This is what I'm going to do.   Magdalena Wasiura


Format: paper, 300gsm cover, perfect bound; 250 x 200mm, 274pp   8 Colour ill. BIC WTL  Keywords Berber Community

ISBN 978-1-908419-96-5 GBP 17.99


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Les Berbčres et Moi

A story of Poverty and Suffering

Elation and Hope


Magdalena Wasiura