Cv Publications 2012 -15


January 2012 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

September Artist Recordings

October Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

November   The Ring of Minos

December   Two Bridges

January 2013   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 2014 Tracks 2014

July  Art, Poetry and WW1

September Les Berbères et Moi

Octoberber   Liverpool Biennal

Visiting Frieze Art Fair 2014


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

October Through the Lens

Studies of Photographers by Marina Vizey

Fritz Wegner Archive

Ai Weiwei

At the Royal Academy

Giacometti –Auerbach

Tate Britain

The National Portrait Gallery







Art . Travel . Histories . Social Studies . Studio Work


Cv/VAR Archive & Editions


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Beautifully produced, legible and very readable’ Christopher Le Brun






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Through the Lens: Studies of Photographers

Marina Vaizey 

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Art Forum

The Gallery London March 1976

Deborah Duffin 10/1991

There's a sense of wind current in the work, qualities like that.

Well my feeling about life is that things are always changing. Moving and changing things are what I've often drawn. It's a  constantly changing process and that comes through in the kind of things  I produce.

Deborah Duffin  Untitled  wire 1990

From Trespass at the Adam Gallery 1991

Image courtesy of the Artist

Cv/VAR Looking at the cityscapes,  perhaps here in the Zurich painting, and the aspect of colour in the work. Is there a conscious matc hing of equivalents in reality; what kind of decisions are there with colour as you’re developing a large composition?

Ben Johnson Let’s talk about the cityscapes as opposed to the interiors. With the cityscapes they are often complex portraits of the subject; the subject is Hong Kong, Zurich, Liverpool, Trafalgar Square. Let’s take Liverpool in particular, which has a great deal of red brick. That is the nature of the landscape and the countryside around there, where the bricks come from, but there’s also a lot of sandstone. One of the first things I did was to have samples of red brick and sandstone in the studio, and I mixed a palette of colours based on those materials.

Ben Johnson The Liverpool Cityscape 2008

Acrylic on canvas 8 ft x 16 ft / 244 x 488 cm Courtesy of the Artist

Morag Ballard  White City 2007  Oil on canvas 18 x 28 inches  Courtesy: England & Co

Morag Ballard 04/2010

Cv/VAR  We’re talking at your studio in the Exchange, Penzance. It’s a great studio.

MB  It’s fantastic, every time I walk in I feel uplifted; even on the dullest of days it’s got a light atmosphere. It looks out onto Mounts Bay, which doesn’t take my attention all the time. Most people say, ‘Oh you’re just standing there looking out of the  window.’ I don’t, I just soak up the  atmosphere in the studio. It’s got a bit of a feeling of a gallery as well.

Cv/Visual Arts Research

Autumn titles

Ai Weiwei

A new kind of contemporary art star

October 2015


Portraiture and the pusuit

of the absolute


Through the Lens

Studies of Photographers

Marina Vaizey

November 2015

Studio Work

Cornwall to Crete