Claire Partington: Taking Tea - Seattle Art Museum

'Taking Tea', a site-specific commission by Claire Partington for Seattle Art Museum.

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Carolein Smit's 'Rascal with Golden Tears' will be on loan from the Victoria & Albert Museum at the exhibition 'The Dog' at Chatsworth House from 23 March - 6 October 2019.

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212 Magazine: James Mortimer Feature

A beautiful feature on James Mortimer in 212 Magazine.

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Hellen van Meene: Time Magazine Cover

Hellen van Meene's portrait of Greta Thunberg on the cover of Time Magazine, May 2019.

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Rebecca Stevenson: Wunderkammer Olbricht

Rebecca Stevenson is exhibiting in 'B.A.R.O.C.K' at Wunderkammer Olbricht and in Schloss Caputh, Berlin, together with Margret Eicher, Myriam Thyes, and Luzia Simons.

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Claire Partington: A Tea Journey at Compton Verney

Claire Partington is exhibiting at Compton Verney in Warwickshire as part of 'A Tea Journey: from the mountains to the table', until 22 September 2019.

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Hellen van Meene: Infringe Magazine

A photo essay by Hellen van Meene in Infringe Magazine.

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Simone Pellegrini's solo exhibition 'Passato in giudicato' will be on display at Museo di Palazzo Pretoria, Prato, Italy, until 8 September 2019.

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A feature in the BJP on Hellen van Meene's exhibition 'The Bird in Borrowed Feathers', by Marigold Warner.

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Hellen van Meene will exhibit in 'Make Believe' at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston from July 20, 2019 to January 20, 2020.

"“Make Believe” presents an enchanted realm where sleeping figures float, women weave spiderwebs, magicians cause children to disappear, and homemade dirigibles fly over icebergs. The exhibition brings together five artists who stage fantastical scenes for the camera to address a wide range of social and cultural issues, including the role of women in the Middle East, climate change, the passage from childhood to adolescence, and existential fears of loneliness and loss."

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