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How the Bauhaus changed the ’80s

The first ever creative collaboration between Kasper de Graaf and Malcolm Garrett – the October 1981 edition of New Sounds New...

Exhibition brings People’s Park to life

Between the café and the lake right in the centre of Finsbury Park, 10 large A-frames present a preview exhibition of images...

Barbara Brown: the golden girl of Heal’s

Asked about his slogan “I miss my pre-internet brain” in an interview with the FT, the artist Douglas Coupland observed: “I...

A voice, of sorts* – the life and art of Alan Kitching

The sound of Celia Stothard fills the room at 19 Cleaver Street in Kennington, transporting me to years precociously spent in...

Tate is the star in cities show

Living Cities, a display of works from the Collection in the George Economou Gallery on level 4 of The Switch House,...

“I did it any way”: what punk taught me

Punk sprang up all around me in Manchester, seemingly in answer to questions I was already beginning to pose in early...

Anne Boleyn: Mother of the Anglican Church

She may not have given Henry VIII the male heir he thought so important but, apart from giving birth to arguably...
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Finsbury Park heritage programme concludes

In 2019-20, 2NQ – the community non-profit co-directed by Kasper de Graaf and Malcolm Garrett – delivered People + Heritage, a programme...

XR to creatives: “Stop toxic!”

We’ve been mesmerized by the COVID-19 pandemic for months. New problems have become apparent, but the old ones have not gone...

Safe Space: art for vulnerable adults in lockdown

Safe Space, a new art workshop programme for older or vulnerable adults and carers designed “for lockdown and beyond” is launching...

Observations in paint: “What procedures?”

Let's get this done Copyright © 2020 Simon Poulter What procedures? July 7, 2020