Category Archives: Conflicts

July Paintings IV (Assemblage)

 

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What’s Wrong with Seduction?

  In a June meeting, to review my progress on the MRes, Professor Steve Dixon commented (after seeing some of my photographs) on the seductive nature of graffiti he had encountered in India. This term resurfaced after a talk at … Continue reading

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Paradox and Conflict

  “Painting As Paradox is an exercise in synthesizing the research of eclectic practices of young emerging artists grappling with various legacies of painting. Their work reflects a continual gesturing towards tradition and a concurrent redefinition of painting in contemporary … Continue reading

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