tue 07/07/2020

Mark Sheerin

Articles By Mark Sheerin

Fetes and Kermesses in the Time of the Brueghels, Musée de Flandre review - all the fun of the fair

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10 Questions for Musician Soumik Datta

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diep~haven 2018 review - a missed connection?

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David Shrigley/Brett Goodroad, Brighton Festival review - showcases puncturing the medium's pretence

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Selma Parlour: Upright Animal, Pi Artworks review - incandescent colours

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theartsdesk in Antwerp: Richard Deacon says nothing

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Visual art at Brighton Festival - disturbing, playful, but ultimately rudderless

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Artist Tyler Mallison: 'I don’t think about materials as being merely visible objects or things'

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Whitstable Biennale 2016

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Another Minimalism, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

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We Made It: Stage Designer John Napier

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theartsdesk in Mons: The turbulence of Verlaine

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Richard Dadd: The Art of Bedlam, Watts Gallery

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Bridget Riley: The Curve Paintings 1961-2014, De La Warr Pavilion

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Rachel Kneebone, Brighton Festival

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Nathan Coley, Brighton

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