Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mystery River

The very next morning, right after I finished patching together Out Along Lee, my post about walking the River Lea and the Lee Valley, I found this lovely and fascinating film by Michael Smith thanks to Caught By The River. … Read more

Out Along Lee

Sometimes it’s the Lee, other times it’s the Lea, and most times it’s confusing. The River Lea rises at Leagrave, north of London near Luton (Leatown) and flows south via Leyton (Leatown) to join the River Thames at Leamouth. Over … Read more

London Walks!

In the Tate Modern shop we found this inspiring book of hand-drawn London rambles. Badaude takes a line for a walk around town. Not to find one’s way in a city may well be uninteresting and banal. It requires ignorance, … Read more

Wood Engravings

Howard Phipps: Wood Engravings at Cassian de Vere Cole Fine Art, 50 Elgin Crescent, London, W11 2JJ from 22-31 January 2014. Notification of this exhibition only just arrived so we’re too late for the Wine but there’s still time for … Read more

Making Visible

To the Tate Modern on the first Saturday of 2014, to see their beautiful exhibition, Paul Klee: Making Visible, the perfect antidote to our cold, dark, damp, grey January daze. It was just before twelfth night, so another midwinter festive … Read more

Ground Work

An exhibition of paintings by Andrew Walton and poems by David Attwooll, presented by Jenny Blyth Fine Art at Art Jericho, 6 King Street, Oxford, OX2 6DF from 23 January until 23 February 2014. GROUND WORK is the product of … Read more

Movements And Their Images

This is good. I was looking for a film about Victor Skipp. I’d read that Candida Richardson had made a film about his home, which I wrote about in my previous post. But instead I found this. A beautifully simple … Read more

Victor Skipp

Kettle’s Yard are presently hosting – A Lasting Legacy: The House and Collection of Victor Skipp. When he died in 2010 Victor Skipp left his estate to Kettle’s Yard. He was a writer and historian with a passion for art … Read more

Learning To Listen

The premiere screening of Learning to Listen, a documentary experimental-music/sound-art film by Dan Linn-Pearl, at Café Oto, 4pm January 18th 2014, Free Entry (RSVP deafpictures@gmail.com).

Along The Sunken Lanes

A short film remembering summer days on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border, thanks to Diana Hale. More here – The Memory Band: Field Reports.

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