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One Year On…

A year ago today I started this blog, or to be more precise, I restarted this blog. During this...

October 19, 2005
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Tate Britain Gets It Wrong

Like many others, I am aghast at Tate Britain’s decision to remove John Latham’s “God Is Great.” The piece...

September 26, 2005
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A Tale Of Five Monuments

Like most tourists visiting Washington D.C. I was keen to see the monuments along the Mall. First of all...

August 18, 2005
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London Bombing Photojournalism

A London friend, Jane Nelson, was recently photgraphed by Anna Kari who is part of the Documentography photojournalism collective....

July 18, 2005
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Mapping Reality

Many postmodern-oriented people I meet share a fascination with maps. Maps are interesting because they are attempts to capture...

July 14, 2005
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Che-nough Is Enough!

Had an interesting online discussion with some pals yesterday (well I found it interesting, I suepct they felt I...

June 17, 2005
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Modern Finnish Churches

A small note in Wallpaper* magazine alerted me to an exhibition of modern Finnish churches held at Scandanavia House...

January 25, 2005
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