Mourning for the soldiers who were slaughtered in the First World War can never be complete. No final requiem terminates the collective lamentation. Roderick Coyne's photographs of the Somme show the affinity of the French landscape to the corresponding geological formations in south-east England. In this exhibition a whole wall is given over to French and English woodlands together with a computer assisted merger.
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RCA Society AGM 2015 (Annual General Meeting)
16th August 2015
11am (coffee) for 11.30 - 1pm AGM
an exhibition by RCA graduates
2 - 16August 2015
25 June – 5 July 2015, 12
An exhibition of works at the Imperial War Museum
Peter Kennard is acknowledged as being the country’s leading ‘photo-montagist’ and is known for his work as a “political artist“ - covering issues of conflict and political event. Kennard studied painting at the Slade and then at the RCA (1976-79). He is currently a "Senior Research Reader - Art and the Public Domain" in the RCA's School of Photography.
Take a break from the usual. Easter brings the first long break since Xmas - and this time of the year has promise. What seems to have be an interminable time of disrobing the old, Spring brings us the energy to freshen up and invent new ventures. Or, if the energy hasn’t quite yet pulsated through, at least bury the stuff which lingers and prepare for the zeitgeist!
So what to do?
My friend Stuart Croft, who has died of heart failure aged 44, was an influential and internationally recognised artist/film-maker whose work investigated the relationship between art and cinema.
RCA Society visits
Olympia “architect-at-work” showcased the latest innovations in the ever-evolving world of architecture. The ambition of the show was to exhibit the latest and most innovative products and materials available in the market.