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ART OF DITA at Playboy Club London - Celebrating Creative Freedom!

“SENSUAL, SOPHISTICATED AND CLASSY PAINTINGS WITH A TOUCH OF GLAMOUR”  

DITA OMURI AT PLAYBOY CLUB LONDON

26TH MARCH 2015 – 3RD MAY 2015

Dita Omuri, born and raised in northern Albania, escaped her home country running towards the unknown and away from the restricted ways of expressing her emotions through art.

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Sweet 'Art presents: Y Not?, Espacio Gallery, Bethnal Green, London

An Interview with Corrina Eastwood, Director of Sweet ‘Art

In this exclusive interview, LoVArts sits down with Corrina Eastwood to discover more about her art organisation… 1,016 more words

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Tate Arches Photo-Montage, Step-by-Step

Someone asked me what some of the original photos looked like for the Tate Arches series – they could not quite believe that the results could have come from some relatively boring snaps! 380 more words

Beard by Brock Elbank @ Somerset House

As you may gather from the date of my last post, I’ve been off the blogging boil for quite some time. Excuses include abandoning the life of a nomadic freelancer for that of a sulky one-hour-plus commuter who could no longer work from 7.30am until 12, go to a gallery when there’s no-one but a few trendy pensioners hanging around and be back at your desk for the 3pm until whenever-you’ve-done-enough-work-to-silence-the-voice-in -your-head-that-says-working-from-home-isn’t-a-proper-job shift (if it’s in time for the news at 10, you’re having a good day). 740 more words

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Savage Beauty: After Nyne's Exclusive Interview with the V&A Curatorial Team

This March sees the start of a stunning new retrospective at the V&A on the work of one of Britain’s most innovative, talented fashion designers of all time, Alexander McQueen. 1,388 more words

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David Bray: An Obsession with The Pencil and the Artist's Duty to Play

Timeless themes within traditional methods are often overlooked as insipid and outdated. Though seemingly dignified and delicate in practice, the pencil and ink works of artist David Bray reveal figures and characters of an unyielding depth. 999 more words

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