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  • Depicting the figure in a "serious" way was now more than just a goal: it was a requirement.

    John Seed: John Nava: The Timelessness of Now

  • Depicting the figure in a "serious" way was now more than just a goal: it was a requirement.

    John Seed: John Nava: The Timelessness of Now

  • Depicting the adventures of two women and a child as they negotiate a path among the crumbling vestiges of a once inhabited landscape, we see the defunct remains of a civilization's ruins ambiguous circuitry, abandoned dish-structures, and enigmatic monoliths.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • Depicting the figure in a "serious" way was now more than just a goal: it was a requirement.

    John Seed: John Nava: The Timelessness of Now

  • Depicting the adventures of two women and a child as they negotiate a path among the crumbling vestiges of a once inhabited landscape, we see the defunct remains of a civilization's ruins ambiguous circuitry, abandoned dish-structures, and enigmatic monoliths.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • Depicting the adventures of two women and a child as they negotiate a path among the crumbling vestiges of a once inhabited landscape, we see the defunct remains of a civilization's ruins ambiguous circuitry, abandoned dish-structures, and enigmatic monoliths.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • Depicting life on the Polynesian island, they are expected to fetch a total of around £430,000-£574,000.

    The Art of the Print

  • Depicting the northern and southern skies, the woodcuts from around 1515 are hand-colored and decorated with animals and figures estimate: £120,000-£180,000.

    The Art of the Print

  • Depicting Margaret Thatcher as a human being is already being over-generous in the eyes of many, but this weird biopic gives us Thatcher as a senile old dear, looking back on her memories and conversing with the ghost of Denis, which means we're forced to empathise.

    This week's new films

  • Depicting the adventures of two women and a child as they negotiate a path among the crumbling vestiges of a once inhabited landscape, we see the defunct remains of a civilization's ruins ambiguous circuitry, abandoned dish-structures, and enigmatic monoliths.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

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