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Crocheted Olek on Working Woman

Crocheted Olek on Working Woman

Crocheted Olek on Working Woman   “Like the perpetual punishments of Sisyphus or Prometheus, a woman’s work is never finished. Subject and object, static and metamorphic, old and new, enduring and fleeting, public and private, concealed and... Read More
Yayoi Kusama (22nd March 1929 – )

Yayoi Kusama (22nd March 1929 – )

Spots, lights, colours, lots of colour, so much that it surrounds and envelops you. Yayoi Kusama’s work turns the contemporary, white cube art world into a infinite world of colour and obliterates it with her vision – a vision that has been manifesting within... Read More
Beatrice Wood on the Judging of Art

Beatrice Wood on the Judging of Art

“In a way, artists are ragged. If a name gets known, we begin looking at the paintings much more tenderly, than if it’s an unknown artist. I just think I’ve just been very fortunate because I was associated years ago with …

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