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Idling in India

Miranda Innes responds to a new book of photographs photographs taken by Annie Owen Annie Owen has a hunter’s vision and skill, tracking and capturing singular, extraordinary moments. She doesn’t hide behind her lens - this isn’t photographic voyeurism. These…
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Brimming with Life

A rainforest has appeared in St Leonard’s. Artist Lawrence Hosannah tells HIP about the town’s newest mural My brother Aaron Hosannah and I were commissioned to create a large-scale mural in the Kings road passageway that connects London Road to…
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A Gap in Local History

Launching the West Street Chronical. By Tom Daldry Neoliberal political economy and academic research have one thing in common: the non-negotiable need to uncover (and then nail shut) a ‘gap in the market’. Competitive instincts inspire a commodity culture on…
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Hanging on by a thread

Mark Wallinger at the Jerwood Gallery Review by Jilliene Sellner Mark Wallinger, known for his droll installations and winner of the 2007 Turner Prize, brings his thoughtful witticism to the Jerwood Gallery. On entering the Foreshore Gallery, one is confronted…
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///// RELFECTIONS

MacColl & Seeger, Simon & Garfunkel… Baddiel & Skinner? Reflections from the Lantern Society, Hastings’ Candlelit Acoustic Club, by Trevor Moss Even the most hermitic ear-fingering folky could not have failed to notice something going on in Russia this month,…
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Land

an exhibition of Sally Cole’s work at Thompson Spare Art, Tunbridge Wells, and Stables Studios, Barley Lane. 30th June - 1st July. ‘a mass of beauty harvested from grand materials’* Review by Simone Witney The experience of viewing Sally Cole’s…
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