“where do you go to my lovely when you’re alone in your bed?” (title from the song with lyrics by Peter Sarstedt, 1969, listen to… Read More »Where do you go to my lovely when you’re alone in your bed?
“Censorship and Arts” Originally published in Art of England, Issue 28, 2011. Reproduced with permission. Who would have thought the real cyber-war would be fought… Read More »Subversion and lies: the enemies of open art
The earliest cave paintings were abstract. Now we can move on and reappraise the historical bias toward figurative and representational art. The early humans painted… Read More »In the beginning, there was abstraction
I wrote an opinion piece in the Art of England (issue 77, January 2011) on the issue of artistic plagiarism called “On Learning to Steal”.… Read More »Artistic Plagiarism: should artists use footnotes?
A debate started on the Arts Journal on Leadership/Followership raises a number of challenges for arts groups. In my view, the simple lead/follow dichotomy is… Read More »The digital future of 21st century arts organisations