Cv Publications 2012 -17

2012

 

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

2013

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

2014

January Tracks 2014

July 

Art, Poetry and WW1

September

Les Berbères et Moi

Octoberber  

Liverpool Biennal

Visiting Frieze Art Fair 2014

November 

Between Dream and Nightmare

December 

Rembrandt and Turner

2015

February 

The Private John Singer Sargent

March

Leon Golub  Political Painting

Goya Between Two Worlds

May 

David Hockney  Painting & Photography 

Annely Juda

October

Ai Weiwei

November 

Through the Lens

Giacometti –Auerbach

December 

Artist & Empire

 Michael Craig-Martin 

Julia Margaret Cameron

2016

January    February 

March 

Albion Journal  Audio

April   May

Photo-London 2016

Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro

Jaff Koons: NOW

Newport Street Gallery

Painting with Light

Tate Britain

June 

Bridget Riley

The Curve Paintings 1961-2014

Gemente Museum The Hague

Painters’ Paintings

National Gallery

July 

Georgia O’Keeffe

Tate Modern

David Hockney

Royal Academy - Annely Juda

September

Picasso / Pollock

NPG / RA

2017

January 

Michael Andrews

Gagosian Grovesnor Hill

April

Painted Lives

David Hockney . Vanessa Bell

 


 

 

Art . Travel . Histories . Social Studies . Studio work

 

Cv  February

 

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Cv/VAR Archive

Projects 1974-96

A visitor regards The Other Room by Vanessa Bell 1930

Dulwich Picture Gallery 07/02/2017

 

David Hockney and Vanessa Bell

At Tate Britain and Dulwich Picture Gallery

 

A preface by Marina Vaizey

 

Two of the most interesting and pioneering British artists of the 20th century may be just as crucial in the trajectory of modern art  for their private lives, their biographies, as their painting.

 

Vanessa Bell was a significant woman artist whose personal life, as a member of the Bloomsbury group, has been the subject of endless biography and for whom portraiture was a central preoccupation. Her sister Virginia Woolf thought painting far more important than words; her lover Duncan Grant was gay; her son Julian was killed in the Spanish Civil War; her daughter Angelica married David Garnett, and her father, Duncan Grant, had also as a young man been David Garnett’s  lover.   Her life story has almost obscured her art, which is now being newly examined. She experimented early with abstraction, and then turned to domestic subjects, watering down perhaps the lessons of French impressionism and post impressionism which had so influenced Bloomsbury artistic thinking.

 

David Hockney is a polymath - writer, stage designer, draughtsman, print maker, painter, and fascinated with new technology, from photography analogue and digital, fax, film and I pad.  Yet he too is essentially an autobiographical artist, his subject matter the two beloved environments of Los Angeles and Yorkshire, and portraits of his friends, lovers, and family.  His gay world has been of great significance.

 

These are two artists for whom personal relationships have been primary material for their art. They are in that sense essentially story tellers, narrative painters, carrying on a tradition of personal material expressed visually which was of primary importance for Victorian art of the 19th century.  MV 02/2017

 

PAINTED LIVES: DAVID HOCKNEY . VANESSA BELL  A Study by Marina Vaizey

ISBN  9781908419996

 

Published April 7th  as a kindle edition, monograph, print on demand and audiobook.

 

AUDIO ARCHIVE . PICASSO/POLLOCK . GIACOMETTI-AUERBACH . ANISH KAPOOR . ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG . ARMAN . . THÉRÈSE OULTON . JONATHAN YEO . MASACCIO . FRANCESCO CLEMENTE . Cv CATALOGUE

 

TATE ALBUMS

FOLIO’60s  ROBOROUGH ESTATE  THE GALLERY 1 THE GALLERY 2  22:24 NEWS AND  TV COMPOSITES  AS IS THEN: CARBON TRACE COLLAGES   LANDSCAPE SERIES 

ASPECTS OF THE CITY  TRANS-POSITION

 

 

 

 

 

SHOW PICK

 

Bacon and Freud: Graphic Works, 18 January 2017 – 24 February 2017, Marlborough Graphics, London, marlboroughlondon.com

 

Eli, 2002, etching, edition of 46, 77 x 96 cm, Freud, Lucian (1922-2011) / © The Lucian Freud Archive / Bridgeman Images

Tim Noble and Sue Webster
STICKS WITH DICKS AND SLITS

Blain/Southern

4 Hanover Square London W1

3 February – 25 March 2017

HOUSE WORK

Until 18 March 2017
Victoria Miro Mayfair

14 St George Street
London W1S 1FE
+44 (0)20 3205 8910

Ian McKeever
Against Architecture

Matt's Gallery, Unit 2, 65 Decima Street, London SE1 4QR
Exhibition continues: 09 February - 19 March 2017,

Thursday - Sunday 12 - 6pm

 

Ian McKeever, Against Architecture, 2016. Image by Phil Crook. Image courtesy of the artist and Matt's Gallery, London.

This Way Out of England:

Gallery House in Retrospect
9 February to 26 March 2017

 

Raven Row
56 Artillery Lane
London E1 7LS
T +44 (0)20 7377 4300

 

John Dugger photographed at Raven Row Gallery with  three examples of the “Tub Lotus” (Paris, 1970) these versions are from his 2010 show, The Ergonic Messenger, at Jane England’s gallery..