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Art for HIP’s Sake

By Nick Pelling  Sometimes artists get a bad press. They are occasionally depicted as narcissistic types obsessed with their own ideas and neurotic about reviews and, of course, sales. But theArt Auction held by HIP in December proved all that…
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Arts Diary

Hastings Contemporary has re-opened after Lockdown2 with two hugely anticipatedexhibitions – Lakwena Maciver’s Homeplace and Stephen Chambers’ The Court of Redonda. Lakwena Maciver, one of the UK’s most exciting contemporary black artists, creates painted prayers and meditations which respond to…
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The Imaginary becomes Real – In the Light of Surrealism #2 and Inverse Reflection A. Vasudevan, The Literary Shed

Hair Receiver by Jane Hoodless In the Light of Surrealism #2 and Inverse Reflection, the two exhibitions opening at the Arts Forum this week, draw, consciously or unconsciously, on tenets of surrealism. One of the most influential cultural movements of…
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