Beautifully Obscene: The History of the Erotic Print – Call for Funding

Beautifully Obscene: The History of the Erotic Print – Call for Funding

Studio 3 Gallery presents Beautifully Obscene: The History of the Erotic Print, 15th May - 12th June 2015. The exhibition aims to cover a range of artists, technical and thematic approaches spanning over the course of 500 years. The principal aim is to study the aesthetics of the human form and sexuality in order to [...]

UNDEREXPOSED – a tribute to female artists

UNDEREXPOSED – a tribute to female artists

A version of this article also appears on the Studio 3 Gallery blog. In the space of ten seconds, how many female artists can you think of? Now repeat the same exercise but with male artists… Off the top of my head I counted four female artists – Artemisia Gentileschi, Barbara Hepworth, Marina Abramović and [...]

Summer Exhibition 2013 – slightly different from usual…just ‘slightly’.

Summer Exhibition 2013 – slightly different from usual…just ‘slightly’.

A few months ago I was welcomed home by a rather strange envelope from the Royal Academy of Arts. I wondered what it could be. Turns out I was invited to the buyer’s viewing of the 245th annual Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy. Having never been formally invited to such events, I was feeling [...]

Two-Faced Fame – celebrity or commodity?

Two-Faced Fame – celebrity or commodity?

Featured in Subversive Press and InQuire. For those of you who didn’t know, the University of Kent has a Print Collecting and Curating module specifically for final-year History & Philosophy of Art undergraduate students. The programme, currently in its 5th year, provides its students with an opportunity to organise and set up their own exhibition. [...]

London Original Print Fair 2013

London Original Print Fair 2013

There’s so much Bacon! I’m overwhelmed by all this Bacon! – My friend Liliana. The above quotation sort of sums up our first-time experience visiting the Royal Academy of Art’s London Original Print Fair 2013. Taking up most of the Main Galleries – 10 out of 13 rooms – the fair exhibits the print collections [...]