Category Archives: Pictured

————————————————————————————> Short picture stories about art stuff I’ve seen

An illustrated guide to Documenta 13

• With themes including books and bunkers, moons and mountains, apples and atoms, five-yearly art-fest Documenta is overwhelming – so here’s a guide to seeing the best of it [more]

An illustrated guide to Documenta 13

• With themes including books and bunkers, moons and mountains, apples and atoms, five-yearly art-fest Documenta is overwhelming – so here’s a guide to seeing the best of it [more]

Rosalie Gascoigne: a haunting afterglow

• A look back at some striking late works from an artist who gave dignified new life to outmoded detritus and turned abandoned retro-reflective roadsigns into stuttering poetry [more]

Rosalie Gascoigne: a haunting afterglow

• A look back at some striking late works from an artist who gave dignified new life to outmoded detritus and turned abandoned retro-reflective roadsigns into stuttering poetry [more]

Stalking Bernd Becher in Düsseldorf

• How I accidentally stalked the great photographer Bernd Becher, plus five things to see in arty Düsseldorf, including Gursky’s slime-green Rhine and a road named after Joseph Beuys [more]

Stalking Bernd Becher in Düsseldorf

• How I accidentally stalked the great photographer Bernd Becher, plus five things to see in arty Düsseldorf, including Gursky’s slime-green Rhine and a road named after Joseph Beuys [more]

Gimme shelter (of the sad-busting kind)

• Two equally idealistic, but visually very different artists’ shelters sharing a weedy London canal basin: a DIY geodesic dome on a wonky jetty, and this icily-lit SAD-busting pavilion [more]

Gimme shelter (of the sad-busting kind)

• Two equally idealistic, but visually very different artists’ shelters sharing a weedy London canal basin: a DIY geodesic dome on a wonky jetty, and this icily-lit SAD-busting pavilion [more]

A found Phyllida Barlow sculpture (not)

• Languishing outside some artists’ studios in Bethnal Green I found this abandoned table, which looked to me like a sculpture by Phyllida Barlow. It’s not in insult – she’s influenced a large [more]

A found Phyllida Barlow sculpture (not)

• Languishing outside some artists’ studios in Bethnal Green I found this abandoned table, which looked to me like a sculpture by Phyllida Barlow. It’s not in insult – she’s influenced a large [more]

Banksy’s subterranean grot spot revisited

• In a grotty tunnel under Waterloo Station, Banksy once launched a weekend of street art called The Cans Festival (Cannes Festival, geddit?) – and this guy’s photographing some of the remains [more]

Banksy’s subterranean grot spot revisited

• In a grotty tunnel under Waterloo Station, Banksy once launched a weekend of street art called The Cans Festival (Cannes Festival, geddit?) – and this guy’s photographing some of the remains [more]

Gavin Turk graffiti work lost beneath dross

• Pictured here are two stencilled Gavin Turk signatures found two years ago on London’s South Bank. Today I discovered Turk’s works have disappeared, as the before and after images show [more]

Gavin Turk graffiti work lost beneath dross

• Pictured here are two stencilled Gavin Turk signatures found two years ago on London’s South Bank. Today I discovered Turk’s works have disappeared, as the before and after images show [more]