Morning Star (Lucifer) – Paul Fryer

Tucked away in the Holy Trinity church in Marylebone, Westminster, Paul Fryer's Lucifer resides.  The church has not been used for worship in nearly 40 years which makes it the perfect abode for this grotesquely beautiful installation. This shows Lucifer as an oily black figure, with huge white wings ensnared in power lines.  The piece... Continue Reading →

Tapumes – Henrique Oliveira

A dramatic, encompassing installation.  The structure dominating the room of the Rice Gallery.  To me the structure is reminiscence of an autumnal scene.  The colours and shapes look like light falling through a forest. Tapumes means boarding or enclosure in Portuguese, and Oliveira echos the large temporary wooden fences which are through out the city... Continue Reading →

Water-1 Michiko Kawarabayashi

Occasionally you see something that stops you in your tracks.  You look at it in awe and it can take you away to somewhere else.  I love water, the fluid way it moves and the differing colours, images and reflections you can get from it.   Kawarabayashi creates the image of water beautifully with the... Continue Reading →

The key in the hand – Chiharu Shiota

Memory is an odd function within the human psyche.  It's part of what sets us away from the rest of the animal kingdom, as we intrinsically link memory with emotion.  We can recall periods of time which make us happy, sad, elated, deflated... we can recount the memories to others and we can also place... Continue Reading →

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