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RUSSIAN PHOTOGRAPHY

September 22, 2014
Photography challenges the idea that rapid take-up and commercialisation of new technology is a feature of the modern age. Within just a few years of its introduction in...
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FRANCESCA WOODMAN, 'ZIGZAG', VICTORIA MIRO GALLERY

September 10, 2014
Artists who choose to make themselves the subject of their work are obvious targets for the charge of narcissism while figurative personal elements in their work militate...
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DEMOLISHING POSTMODERNISM?: MICHAEL GRAVES' PORTLAND BUILDING

June 22, 2014
Portland Building (1982), Michael Graves The news that Michael Graves ' seminal postmodern work, the the 15-storey Portland Public Services Building, is under threat o...
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FRENCH ART NOUVEAU: THE ÉCOLE DE NANCY MUSEUM

June 18, 2014
The École de Nancy Museum The École de Nancy was an important arm of the European art nouveau movement and the École de Nancy Museum is one of the few museums in Franc...
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REM KOOLHAAS' SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

June 01, 2014
Funding for the new Seattle Central Library building was provided by a $196.4 million bond issue approved by Seattle voters on November 3, 1998. The project also received...
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CUBAN ART

May 20, 2014
Cuban Art Here in Naples, Florida, the von Liebig Art Museum has just opened an exhibition of Cuban Art with over 30 exhibits comprising paintings, photography, and mixed...
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DUNGENESS BEACH

May 11, 2014
The beach at Dungeness A couple of straightforward shots from the shingle beach at Dungeness.
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THE SHAPE OF PYLONS

May 01, 2014
The shape of pylons Pylons are ugly things but sometimes make strong graphics. These two images were taken around Dungeness and rely on the strong shapes and lines...
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THE DESERT OF DUNGENESS

May 01, 2014
The desert of Dungeness Dungeness, a stretch of shingle at the most southerly point in Kent pointing out in to the channel, is an unusual place. Dungeness is a wild, isol...
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JEANNE SIMONE STREET THEATRE IN SOTTEVILLE

March 19, 2014
Jeanne Simone street theatre at Sotteville My visit to the Sotteville street theatre festival in June was enhanced by the presence of Dr Susan Haedicke, who is an expert...
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STREET THEATRE FESTIVAL IN SOTTEVILLE, ROUEN

March 14, 2014
Street theatre in Rouen There is a strong tradition of street theatre in northern Europe and the annual festival each June in Sotteville-les-Rouen, a small town about 5 k...
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GUTER ATES, "ORIENTATIONS"

January 07, 2014
Guler Ates, "Orientations", Hoxton Art Gallery A delightful small exhibiton by the Turkish-born artist, photographer and print-maker Guler Ates is coming to a close at th...
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CLOUD BURST

August 26, 2013
Cloud burst I took this image just north of the English border as I was driving home from the Edinburgh Festival this year. It was a bright, clear evening and I pulled in...
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1350 MILES ALONG ROUTE 66 - PART 2

October 24, 2012
DAY 5 ON ROUTE 66: SANTA FE TO TUNCUMCARI When I left Santa Fe I followed the old 66 route for a while east then rejoined I-40 (which swallowed most of the old road) to...
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THE UPs AND DOWNs OF ROUTE 66 NEON SIGNS

October 24, 2012
Everyone associates bright, colorful neon-lit signs with the United States and most for people they define Route 66. Neon lit signs, which work when an electric current...
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