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    Reexamined.

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    Elizabeth Frink was an English sculptor and printmaker celebrated for her bird sculptures such as Vulture (1952) and works surrounding the theme of the Running Man (1978-80). But the political dimensions of her work have been largely ignored until recently. A exhibition curator named Calvin Winner writes in a discovered catalogue from a show in 1965, “There is a deeper and darker Frink, which she herself acknowledged, but found impossible to articulate in words, The bird-form became a vehicle, or avatar, to explore the Cold War and the climate of fear that shadowed the post-war period. These works evoke an extreme sense of menace, fear and panic”. Frink was also deeply impacted by images from the colonial wars in North Africa. These insights into her political concerns give her works a new deeper and more complex political dimension. Her work in this new light can now be viewed in the biggest exhibition of her since her death at the ...

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    Inertia.

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    JA Mortram’s photography is instilled in a unrelenting sense of isolation, suffering and social exclusion. In 2006, he started a blog called Small Town Inertia in which he documented the lives of people from Dereham, a small town in Norfolk. The photographs are uncompromising yet incredibly intimate. They seem to function as testaments to human suffering and its intersections with a deeply unequal system that due to its coldness propagates serious mental health issues. Mortram photography comes from a very personal place. He used it as a tool to tackle his own sense of marginalization and struggles with mental health. The exhibition Small Town Inertia is on show at Side Gallery, Newcastle from 12 January – 24 March .

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    Back to the eighties.

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    Italian brand Correlate is bringing back the 80’s in their new AW18 collection. Dipped in the air of nostalgia but revitalized through modern ideas, Correlate brings the textures and colors of the era into a new context. Maurizio Tedeschi, Correlate’s designer, is the mastermind behind these new looks. Street wear and class intertwine effortlessly in the shoes, the pants and the sweatshirts. All of this is available in stores now.

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    Nara’s Buddhas.

    Nara’s Buddhas open for the public in Paris at the Musée National des arts asiatiques.

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    Dismantling.

    Graciela Iturbide’s pictures of Mexico challenge stereotypes in the era of Trump.

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