Tom Snow

Tom Snow is a graduate of the University of London (BA History of art SOAS/ UCL & MA History of Art UCL). Usually based in London, his main interests include the writing of 20th and 21st century art especially with regards to theoretical formulations surrounding contexts of globalization.
Mel Bochner: If the Colour Changes at Whitechapel Gallery

A major survey of New York-based artist Mel Bochner's works is on now at the Whitechapel Gallery: this is an exceptional chance to view works by a seminal conceptual artist. Bochner's works are fleeting and playful with their use of language and colour; and provocative in their questioning of meaning and materials.

Thursday 11th October 2012 Read more...
Dan Graham: Pavilions

The alluring effect in Dan Graham's Pavilion structures makes them almost monumental, and his use of two-way mirror glass prompts the viewer to reflect on the way space is seen and used. Lisson Gallery's exhibition offers the visitor a brief but fruitful engagement with this aspect of Graham's ongoing practice.

Monday 26th March 2012 Read more...


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