A Whistle-Stop Tour of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle

12 June 2017 // Art

Words and pictures: Diva Harris A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be invited on a guided tour of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle. There are four arts spaces which make up the group: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Hepworth Wakefield, The Henry Moore Institute, and Leeds Art Gallery (these last two are next […]

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Ancient Landscapes

28 May 2017 // Art //Landscape

Luke Turner delves into British Art – Ancient Landscapes, the Salisbury Museum exhibition bringing together 250 years of artistic responses to the British landscape. A still from the Derek Jarman film ‘A Journey To Avebury’ The landscape around Salisbury is some of the most resonant in England, not despite the heavy interference of humans over […]

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Sterna: a poem by Jelle Cauwenberghs

20 May 2017 // Art //Poetry

The wall is a silent witness. The wall is an altar and an anvil. Claw hammer. Sea chisel. Skull cap. Sooty nail. The wall bristles, blooms like a fever dream, say a Santa Cruz beehive cactus.

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Luke Sital-Singh – Slow Makers

12 May 2017 // Art //Music

Over the last couple of years, Bristol-based singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh has become increasingly interested in and inspired by the growing community of people in the UK who are reviving traditional craft techniques. This has resulted in a string of short films which Luke has made with various so-called ‘Slow Makers’ in their workshops up & […]

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Humphrey Morice’s return to Norton Conyers House

22 January 2017 // Art

Words and pictures: David Stead Little did I think when I wrote ‘Making A Clean Breast Of It’, for Caught By The River in late 2015 that within the course of a year my life would become so powerfully linked to the scene of the ‘action’ – Norton Conyers House, and to the paintings that […]

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