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Art of England Magazine 102 - May 2013 Back Issue

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Welcome to this issue of Art of England which unapologetically presents four reviews of major art shows: Becoming Picasso at the Courtauld (a knock out show which I urge all readers to see), the uncelebrated but brilliant Barocci at the National Gallery, Lichtenstein at Tate Modern and William Turnbull’s sculptures at Chatsworth House. This issue also sees commercial galleries getting into their stride, introducing new artists and getting creative with the ways inwhich art is presented both in and outside of the gallery. I hope you enjoy Art of England’s straw poll of 21 galleries outside London (featured below) and their thoughts and predictions for the year ahead. As usual, Art of England also brings you the best shows and exhibitions from funded and commercial galleries around the country.
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102 - May 2013 Welcome to this issue of Art of England which unapologetically presents four reviews of major art shows: Becoming Picasso at the Courtauld (a knock out show which I urge all readers to see), the uncelebrated but brilliant Barocci at the National Gallery, Lichtenstein at Tate Modern and William Turnbull’s sculptures at Chatsworth House. This issue also sees commercial galleries getting into their stride, introducing new artists and getting creative with the ways inwhich art is presented both in and outside of the gallery. I hope you enjoy Art of England’s straw poll of 21 galleries outside London (featured below) and their thoughts and predictions for the year ahead. As usual, Art of England also brings you the best shows and exhibitions from funded and commercial galleries around the country.


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Welcome to this issue of Art of England which unapologetically presents four reviews of major art shows: Becoming Picasso at the Courtauld (a knock out show which I urge all readers to see), the uncelebrated but brilliant Barocci at the National Gallery, Lichtenstein at Tate Modern and William Turnbull’s sculptures at Chatsworth House. This issue also sees commercial galleries getting into their stride, introducing new artists and getting creative with the ways inwhich art is presented both in and outside of the gallery. I hope you enjoy Art of England’s straw poll of 21 galleries outside London (featured below) and their thoughts and predictions for the year ahead. As usual, Art of England also brings you the best shows and exhibitions from funded and commercial galleries around the country.
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Art of England is a specialist magazine that specifically targets art buyers and dealers, artists, art galleries and those who work within, participate in or simply enjoy art.
Designed to be highly visible, readable and informative, Art of England provides information on whichever art and art events are available, topical and newsworthy each month. With great editorial diversity, articles of exceptional interest and quality written by curators, artists, gallery owners and experts in their field, Art of England provides reviews, previews and an insight into traditional and modern/abstract art from established and emerging artists, ranging from pre-Raphaelite to Young British Artists and beyond.

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