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THE A & M BLOG
I was recently given the arduous task of heading to the heart of Chelsea for a pampering session, as arranged by the marketing team at Art & Music magazine.  I promptly dusted off my gold handbag, polished my designer shades and sashayed out west – on the number 19 bus. Hot on the heels of th...

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The Magnificent Marshall

  Beautiful Crime have been working with a number of up-and-coming artists for a while and have now taken the bold step to launch a permanent space above the Jealous Gallery in Shoreditch.  I popped down to the debut show to see how they’d fare in their own premises.  The group show h...

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CEDAR LEWISOHN speaks to Brooklyn based chef Mina Stone about food styles, her new book, Cooking for Artists, and dinner parties with Debbie Harry.Cedar Lewisohn:  Tell me about yourself, you are a chef right?Mina Stone:  I am a chef. I didn’t study cooking; I went to art school for fashion. I...

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BRAZILIAN ART IN MIAMI

Latin America has played a very large role in the development of Miami. While the city did not truly start building up until the 1980s, the cultural significance of immigrants coming in from the Caribbean and the South and Central Americas has been evident for much longer, and this influence continu...

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In Vino Veritas

CEDAR LEWISOHN:“What type of wine do you think Jackson Pollock drank?”“Whisky. I bet he had simple tastes. A redneck...”“Barnet Newman and Willem de Kooning drank good wine.”The above was a snippet of a conversation from an experimental wine tasting event I organized last week. But more...

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An Interview with Mason Storm

Mason Storm is one of the most talented and elusive artists on the art scene today. Although rarely seen in public without his balaclava I was fortunate enough to meet the man in person, face to face over a coffee and get to know more about the man behind the mask.  "I have been around and se...

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CEDAR LEWISOHN:  I’ve been in The Netherlands for around five months now, enjoying a one-year residency at the Jan Van Eyck Accademie in Maastricht. Food in Holland, it seems to me, is viewed largely as fuel – I’ve been told on several occasions that this is all related to the country’s Cal...

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THE UNIT LONDON presents U

  THE UNIT LONDON presents U   Ivan Alifan  Mark Demsteader  Ryan Hewett  SNIK  Henrik Uldalen Jake Wood-Evans    7 Earlham St, London, WC2H 9LL 19th September ...

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CEDAR LEWISOHN: It’s 8 am on a drizzly London Tuesday morning. I’m at Bermondsey tube station. No, I’m not here to write a report on the latest South London commuter trends, I’m here for the love of cheese, specifically a cheese workshop called This is Not Cheese, It's Dynamite being staged...

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LIZ REVER:  Since releasing Central Market on Warp in 2009 to critical acclaim, Tyondai (son of Anthony) Braxton has been involved in a wide range of musical projects including performing in a duo with Philip Glass at the ATP festival in New York, no less, remixing Glass’ 'Rubric' as part of Rewo...

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Based on one of the best loved fairy-tales by the Brothers Grimm, balletLorent’s Rapunzel is re-imagined by Liv Lorent through spellbinding contemporary dance.The premise of Rapunzel is that a baby girl is taken from her parents by a witch to repay a debt, the witch then raises her, but keeps...

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The Unit London

 “You can be as talented as anybody out there, but a lot of the art industry hinges on reputation.” There is a new art movement gathering great momentum in London. At its core lies the ethos of unity and accessibility. The archaic rules of the art world are being dismantled and re-...

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When was the last time you bought an underwhelming holiday postcard?

Conquer Gear, the #illustratedstorytellers, are launching an exhibition for new ‘Memories’ illustration, postcards, photography and video collection. Exhibition: 26th March - 8th April, The Montage, 33 Dartmouth Rd, London, SE23 3HN   Conquer Gear W...

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Informed Water Bottle

  Usually I don't buy into any kind of spiritual healing stuff. Tarot cards, star signs, gems, and cosmic signs are more of a fun way to look at life, like a quick belief hit in something other than mundane rational reality. Recently, however, I came across something different. Something...

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CEDAR LEWISOHN:  The first thing I did after arriving in Sao Paulo, was hit the nearest juice bar, just off one of the main roads in the city centre, Rua Augusta. Fruit juice in Brazil is a big deal, and I’ve certainly had some of the best fresh juices of my life in the most unassuming diners, or...

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RCA Show 2015
Picturehouse Central
Slade Summer School
Royal Court
The Drawing Room
The Holburne Museum