Articles tagged England

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dRMM builds a cancer care centre that's therapeutic in nature

OLDHAM, England – Built like a treehouse, constructed with cross-laminated hardwood, Maggie’s Oldham offers a community space that’s open-concept in more ways than one.

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8 artists built this city with G F Smith paper

Kingston upon Hull, England – An enormous paper cod fish swims alongside islands of paper stars. Made using G . F Smith’s Colorplan range, Paper City features work by eight UK …

Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
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Brinkworth and Michael Marriott combine metal and mismatched brick for Bird’s interior

LONDON – The teams of Brinkworth and designer Michael Marriott’s studio were jointly commissioned to design the fast-food eatery Bird in Islington.

Stratford St Mary, 2012, courtesy of the artist, Osborne Samuel, the National Trust and the Boat House Gallery
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Summer Days in the Valley by Justin Partyka

Gainsborough, Constable and Munnings have immortalised East Anglian landscapes through their paintings – now photographer Justin Partyka will provide an alternative to the grand vistas of these …

In a new interior for Hostem, JamesPlumb embraces a raw materiality.
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Hostem Third Floor by JamesPlumb

Continuing a successful three-year collaboration, JamesPlumb recently completed a third floor for Hostem boutique on London’s Redchurch Street.

Emma Hart, Clipboard, 2013, ceramic, photograph, courtesy the artist and Wysing Arts Centre
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Hey, I’m Mr Poetic at Wysing Arts Centre

Situated in rural Cambridgeshire, the Wysing Arts Centre has played a crucial role in supporting artists over the last two decades. Comprising 10 separate buildings, including a 17th century …

Palermo, 1982. Nerina worked as prostitute and was drug-dealing. She was killed by the mafia because she did not respect the rules © Letizia Battaglia
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Breaking the Code of Silence by Letizia Battaglia

Men lying in their bloodsoaked clothes on streets, masked children clutching guns without flinching – these are the harrowing scenes that find their way into the black-and-white photographs of

Lilicoptère, 1/4, 2012, photograph by Luís Vasconcelos, courtesy Unidade Infinita Projectos | Château de Versailles
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Time Machine by Joana Vasconcelos

Having made her dramatically visceral debut at the Venice Biennale in 2005, where she exhibited a 5 metre high chandelier comprising 25,000 tampons, Joana Vasconcelos has worked for the past few …

Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Leaderboard: The Sleep Event
Installation view of Andrea Hasler's work at Embrace the Base, courtesy of the artist
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Embrace the Base: Andrea Hasler and Pam Hardman

New Greenham Arts is a rather interesting exhibition space: formally known as “Building 113”, the studio was originally used by the Ministry of Defence (RAF) until it was declared redundant for …

Kate Lyddon, Sexy Gravestone, courtesy of the artist and Galerie d'YS
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London Art Fair 2014

Stalwarts of the London Art Fair will know that the event, which provides a conducive environment for the showcase of both established and emerging artists around the world, is well into its 26th

From the Lost Villages series by Neil A White
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Introducing: Neil A. White

The north of England has served as inspiration for many great creative talents, including Hockney and Wordsworth. Yet English-born artist Neil A. White is not interested in quixotic vignettes of …

Work by Richard Launder at the original Spode Factory in Stoke-on-Trent
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Topographies of the Obsolete

Very often now, academic research and artistic expression share a dialectical relationship. “Topographies of the Obsolete: Vociferous Void” is an exhibition that was conceived of and produced in …