I was blown away by the breadth of talent, textures, colours and concepts at the Crafts Council’s ‘Collect’ show, which runs until the 6th February at London’s Saatchi Gallery. Continue reading
The Scottish Gallery published a paperback Malcolm Appleby at 70 to coincide with their January 2016 exhibition celebrating the artist, silversmith and engraver’s 50 year + “creative tour de force”, a slim volume well worth adding to your library. Continue reading
András Kepes’ bestselling novel, originally entitled Tövispuszta, was translated from the Hungarian by Bernard Adams in 2013 and renamed The Inflatable Buddha for the English speaking market. Continue reading
We said he was multi-talented. On the eve of his solo show’s official opening Tim Walton sent us these lines, a few words from the artist.
“It looks like a poem – which it is certainly not. But that’s how I wrote it down.” Continue reading
Book Review: A Moving Image – Joy Batchelor 1914-91 – Artist, Writer and Animator Continue reading
The Armadillo Central team was delighted to be invited to the opening of The Kepes Institute, Museum and Cultural Centre, in the historic and picturesque town of Eger in Hungary, a couple of hours from Budapest. Continue reading