Sunday, 9 January 2011

10/11 - Go See 17 Masterworks


Sir Denys Lasdun RA (1914–2001), ‘Models in Dialogue’. The National Theatre, South Bank, London, 1991. Photograph by Arnold Behr of room with models, with added autograph perspective drawing in pen with black ink and white correction fluid. © Royal Academy of Arts, London

Spectacular examples of Georgian and Victorian perspectives of famous projects by celebrated architects such as John Soane, Charles Barry and George Gilbert Scott are be exhibited alongside works by many post-war and all current RA architects, including Hugh Casson, Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, David Chipperfield and Zaha Hadid’s Stirling Prize winning scheme for the MAXXI Museum in Rome.

14 January—13 March 2011

RA LINK

10/11 - Go See 16 new Contemporaries


Hunger (W├╝stefeld) 2009
linocut, 182x229cm
New Contemporaries exhibition is a snapshot of today's emerging art landscape featuring 49 artists working across film, sculpture, photography, painting, animation and performance.
ICA LINK

10/11 - Go See 15 Magic Lantern


'Magic Lantern'
Mat Collishaw
2010
© Mat Collishaw

Magic Lantern transforms the Museum's edifice into a beacon of light, brought to life by fluttering moths visible from dusk each evening.
V&A Cupola (from dusk) and John Madejski Garden (10.00 - 17.45)

LINK

10/11 - Go See 14 Light Works


The exhibition, which coincides with the launch of the illustrated monograph publication Light Works by Black Dog Publishing, traces the emergence of Jorge Orta’s practice in Argentina from 1972 to 1983.
On view will be a selection of previously un-exhibited work from the Orta’s extensive archive including early video performance, tactile poetry, mail art, graphic scores and as well as handmade editions designed to communicate beyond the very limited sphere of contemporary art practice during the military regime.

ORTA LINK
Art Rabbit Link

10/11 - Go See 13 Philippe Parreno


Philippe Parreno
The Boy From Mars 2003
Film still
© 2010 Philippe Parreno

Parreno’s exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery has been conceived as a scripted space in which a series of events unfolds. The visitor is guided through the galleries by the orchestration of sound and image, which heightens their sensory experience.

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Wednesday, 5 January 2011

U30004 - Clip Frames


Welcome Back
Time to purchase the U30004 Architectural Representation Clip Frame ...

"These clip frames are easy to use. Each has strong clips making it quick and easy to the change the display. Plus, the fixings are concealed, so your presentation or photo is not hindered."

STAPLES LINK HERE