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Eating using all your senses

Originally posted on Edible Art Movement BLOG:
This is a fantastic article by Anna-Louise Taylor over at BBC Food. Find the original here, or read on… Eating textural foods such as pomegranate is one way to reawaken the senses We…

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Eating using all your senses

Originally posted on Edible Art Movement BLOG:
This is a fantastic article by Anna-Louise Taylor over at BBC Food. Find the original here, or read on… Eating textural foods such as pomegranate is one way to reawaken the senses We…

Review – The Fabelist: mixed arts in London and New York

Originally posted on The Dragonfly:
ASide BSide Gallery London #exhibition So it’s raining and cold, and I’m dodging cars and vans careering around Dalston, the greyness and dark evening winter night is wrapping a bleak wet shroud across my path.…

Review – The Fabelist: mixed arts in London and New York

Originally posted on The Dragonfly:
ASide BSide Gallery London #exhibition So it’s raining and cold, and I’m dodging cars and vans careering around Dalston, the greyness and dark evening winter night is wrapping a bleak wet shroud across my path.…

Nicola Anthony, Consciousness Catcher (detail), (c) 2013

Invited Artist: Main Entrance sculpture at AAF

It’s been great fun creating a sculpture for the entrance at AAF this November in Singapore. It will be a very large artwork for me and I am honoured to have been selected. AAF talk a little more about my

Nicola Anthony, Consciousness Catcher (detail), (c) 2013

Invited Artist: Main Entrance sculpture at AAF

It’s been great fun creating a sculpture for the entrance at AAF this November in Singapore. It will be a very large artwork for me and I am honoured to have been selected. AAF talk a little more about my

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New Exhibition: Ambiguous Portrait of a Cunning Linguist, Ikkan Art

I am thrilled to announce that I have been selected as a Young Artist to exhibit in an exhibition about verbal imagery – opening on 7th June at Ikkan Art Gallery, Singapore. I am honoured to be exhibiting alongside internationally

Ikkan Art Gallery_Ambiguous Portrait of a Cunning Linguist (Verbal Imagery in Art)

New Exhibition: Ambiguous Portrait of a Cunning Linguist, Ikkan Art

I am thrilled to announce that I have been selected as a Young Artist to exhibit in an exhibition about verbal imagery – opening on 7th June at Ikkan Art Gallery, Singapore. I am honoured to be exhibiting alongside internationally

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Viewing art virtually: Good, bad, ugly?

I was just reading Google’s own blog about their Google Art Project, and was interested to read: Gigapixel (an extremely high resolution painting viewer which allows viewers to zoom in to brushstroke level) “has shown that while nothing beats seeing a painting

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Viewing art virtually: Good, bad, ugly?

I was just reading Google’s own blog about their Google Art Project, and was interested to read: Gigapixel (an extremely high resolution painting viewer which allows viewers to zoom in to brushstroke level) “has shown that while nothing beats seeing a painting

(c) Nicola Anthony

Enter the Text and Language Room: Tate Modern

Here is one room of inspiration I miss having on my doorstep: Text and Language Room, Tate Modern… Read what Tate says about this theme: The terms ‘visual language’ or ‘vocabulary’ are often used to help describe the distinct characteristics

(c) Nicola Anthony

Enter the Text and Language Room: Tate Modern

Here is one room of inspiration I miss having on my doorstep: Text and Language Room, Tate Modern… Read what Tate says about this theme: The terms ‘visual language’ or ‘vocabulary’ are often used to help describe the distinct characteristics

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Writing for Artitute – A new outlet for my words…

 I am pleased to announce that my art writing just got picked up by Artitute Magazine, featuring art from all of SE Asia. Be prepared to see my views and reviews in it… Here’s what they said about me:  

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Writing for Artitute – A new outlet for my words…

 I am pleased to announce that my art writing just got picked up by Artitute Magazine, featuring art from all of SE Asia. Be prepared to see my views and reviews in it… Here’s what they said about me:  

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Singapore Art Feast #2

This week we took a look round the galleries at the new arts hub in Singapore, Gillman Barracks. Whilst a little out of the way, its well worth a visit to the area to see a lot of interesting art in one

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Singapore Art Feast #2

This week we took a look round the galleries at the new arts hub in Singapore, Gillman Barracks. Whilst a little out of the way, its well worth a visit to the area to see a lot of interesting art in one

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Turner Prize Winner

About the 4 artists – Adrian Serle: The turner prize winner elizabeth price:

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Turner Prize Winner

About the 4 artists – Adrian Serle: The turner prize winner elizabeth price:

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Singapore senses: Fact #1

During my work on senses & synaesthesia, I have decided to share my sensory observations of the new world around me When you come inside from the hot air, and open up your bag or suitcase inside the cool crispness

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Singapore senses: Fact #1

During my work on senses & synaesthesia, I have decided to share my sensory observations of the new world around me When you come inside from the hot air, and open up your bag or suitcase inside the cool crispness

Santi Lawrachawee, Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Exploring South East Asian Art: Affordable Art Fair Singapore

This Video & article were published in Trebuchet Magazine, 2012. Copyright Nicola Anthony Contemporary art in South East Asia has been rising to increasing prominence on the international stage in recent years. It seemed to be worth exploring this new

Santi Lawrachawee, Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Exploring South East Asian Art: Affordable Art Fair Singapore

This Video & article were published in Trebuchet Magazine, 2012. Copyright Nicola Anthony Contemporary art in South East Asia has been rising to increasing prominence on the international stage in recent years. It seemed to be worth exploring this new

Originally posted on Cristian Mihai:
There are a lot of people out there who think that you have to suffer in order to create real art. For a long time I thought so myself. I think there’s something about the…

Originally posted on Cristian Mihai:
There are a lot of people out there who think that you have to suffer in order to create real art. For a long time I thought so myself. I think there’s something about the…

French artist Bernar Venet - mathematics & art at Art Plural Gallery

A perfect synthesis of Art and Mathematics: Bernar Venet in Singapore

New York-based French artist Bernar Venet has been exploring the notions of indetermination, disorder, chance, and unpredictability through art for decades. His solo exhibition at Art Plural Gallery has been a bold introduction to Singapore. The two month show closes on

French artist Bernar Venet - mathematics & art at Art Plural Gallery

A perfect synthesis of Art and Mathematics: Bernar Venet in Singapore

New York-based French artist Bernar Venet has been exploring the notions of indetermination, disorder, chance, and unpredictability through art for decades. His solo exhibition at Art Plural Gallery has been a bold introduction to Singapore. The two month show closes on

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‘A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM’: RAE MACKEN TALKS FAIRIES AND CONTEMPORARY SHAKESPEARE

Originally posted on TasteTheatre:
By Almeida Theatre Clare MacMahon and Ashley Hunter rehearse ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ for the Almeida Festival | photo by Mustpha Ousellam Custom/Practice are staging a slickly-edited, contemporary take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream for this…

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Almeida Theatre, London

‘A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM’: RAE MACKEN TALKS FAIRIES AND CONTEMPORARY SHAKESPEARE

Originally posted on TasteTheatre:
By Almeida Theatre Clare MacMahon and Ashley Hunter rehearse ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ for the Almeida Festival | photo by Mustpha Ousellam Custom/Practice are staging a slickly-edited, contemporary take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream for this…

Byroglyphics, 'great sage 1' 55x76cm. Graphite and pastel on Paper.

Pandamonium: Melting the heart of even the most miserable cynics

I reviewed this show in Trebuchet Magazine, see original article here or read on below… 11th Jun 2012 in Art, by Nicola Anthony The rather cheeky Signal Gallery has challenged all of us, from the panda lovers to the miserable cynics, to see this

Byroglyphics, 'great sage 1' 55x76cm. Graphite and pastel on Paper.

Pandamonium: Melting the heart of even the most miserable cynics

I reviewed this show in Trebuchet Magazine, see original article here or read on below… 11th Jun 2012 in Art, by Nicola Anthony The rather cheeky Signal Gallery has challenged all of us, from the panda lovers to the miserable cynics, to see this

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ArtHAUS – June private view

VIP Invite: It’s a HAUS full of intrigue – Chopped up money, amazing vintage sofas, a human sized apple, giant paintings of our lovely Queen, organic sculptures growing in the bathroom, and a ‘kitchen sculpture’ made from a pile of

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ArtHAUS – June private view

VIP Invite: It’s a HAUS full of intrigue – Chopped up money, amazing vintage sofas, a human sized apple, giant paintings of our lovely Queen, organic sculptures growing in the bathroom, and a ‘kitchen sculpture’ made from a pile of

Originally posted on TasteTheatre:
“CHILDREN’S CHILDREN is like peering over your rich neighbour’s fence for gossip but instead being left with a few things to seriously consider and think about in this modern world we live in” Our reviewer Elliot…

Originally posted on TasteTheatre:
“CHILDREN’S CHILDREN is like peering over your rich neighbour’s fence for gossip but instead being left with a few things to seriously consider and think about in this modern world we live in” Our reviewer Elliot…

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Art Haus: Coming this May to Vyner Street

I’m thrilled to be participating in an ambitious, genre-busting new exhibition at DegreeArt Gallery this May – June. Join us for the Opening night on 3rd May. (RSVP on Facebook) ArtHAUS Vyner Street, London: 3 May – 29 Jun Showcasing the best of DegreeArt’

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Art Haus: Coming this May to Vyner Street

I’m thrilled to be participating in an ambitious, genre-busting new exhibition at DegreeArt Gallery this May – June. Join us for the Opening night on 3rd May. (RSVP on Facebook) ArtHAUS Vyner Street, London: 3 May – 29 Jun Showcasing the best of DegreeArt’

morocco, photograph by Nicola Anthony

Morocco part 1: textures, patterns, colours, sunlight

Here is a sprinkling of  beautiful textures, colours and scenes from my recent adventure in costal Morocco. Often as I ventured through an elegant archway or round a crumbling corner the view struck me as a near abstract image waiting

morocco, photograph by Nicola Anthony

Morocco part 1: textures, patterns, colours, sunlight

Here is a sprinkling of  beautiful textures, colours and scenes from my recent adventure in costal Morocco. Often as I ventured through an elegant archway or round a crumbling corner the view struck me as a near abstract image waiting

podcast Edward Daniels inteviews Nicola Anthony on Busibuddies

Podcast: Edward Daniels interviews Nicola Anthony

I was delighted to be interviewed by the charismatic Edward Daniels from Busibuddies.com for this week’s podcast. Each week they seek a personal reflection about an individual’s professional ventures in the City of London, aiming to give an insight into different &

podcast Edward Daniels inteviews Nicola Anthony on Busibuddies

Podcast: Edward Daniels interviews Nicola Anthony

I was delighted to be interviewed by the charismatic Edward Daniels from Busibuddies.com for this week’s podcast. Each week they seek a personal reflection about an individual’s professional ventures in the City of London, aiming to give an insight into different &

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Birthday Party – Debut Contemporary

Had a fabulous time last night at Debut Contemporary’s first birthday event. What a lot they have helped their artists achieve in their first year – high profile exhibitions in China and LA, awards and residencies, joining Museum collections and

DContemp first birthday_7Mar2012

Birthday Party – Debut Contemporary

Had a fabulous time last night at Debut Contemporary’s first birthday event. What a lot they have helped their artists achieve in their first year – high profile exhibitions in China and LA, awards and residencies, joining Museum collections and

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Words and Language: Journalist Francoise Armand interviews Nicola Anthony

Originally posted on francoisearmand:
'The Postbox', by Nicola Anthony I discovered Nicola Anthony’s artwork at a packed private view at West London art gallery, Debut Contemporary last summer. I vividly remember standing in front of ‘The Postbox’, one of her…

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Words and Language: Journalist Francoise Armand interviews Nicola Anthony

Originally posted on francoisearmand:
'The Postbox', by Nicola Anthony I discovered Nicola Anthony’s artwork at a packed private view at West London art gallery, Debut Contemporary last summer. I vividly remember standing in front of ‘The Postbox’, one of her…

Cathy Lomax, Regent Studios outside - Transition Gallery inside

Transition Gallery Interview

If you did not catch it in Trebuchet Magazine (here) , below is an article and interview I did this week with Cathy Lomax of Transition Gallery. …By the way, the tips below apply to the first Thursday of every month!

Cathy Lomax, Regent Studios outside - Transition Gallery inside

Transition Gallery Interview

If you did not catch it in Trebuchet Magazine (here) , below is an article and interview I did this week with Cathy Lomax of Transition Gallery. …By the way, the tips below apply to the first Thursday of every month!