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Friday, 11 February 2011

Hogarth Calling...

Watch this space...

3 comments:

  1. The Art Fund Prize 2011
    This is my second year on the jury. Last year (2010), with Kirsty Young in the chair, we awarded the prestigious annual Art Fund Prize (£100,000 -the largest British prize of its kind) to Ulster Museum. In January 2011 our new seven-man jury (Michael Portillo (chairman), Professor Jim Al-Khalili, Jeremy Deller, Kathy Gee, Charlotte Higgins Lola Young, Baroness Young of Hornsey and me), met to select ten museums and galleries from thirty-five applicants, large and small. Those selected for their excellence, imagination and/or innovation and going through to our penultimate list of ten are:

    The British Museum, London
    (History of the World in 100 Objects/ with the BBC);
    The Hertford Museum
    Leighton House Museum, Kensington
    Mostyn Gallery, North Wales
    The People's History Museum, Manchester
    The Polar Museum, Cambridge
    The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Scotland
    The Roman Baths Museum, Bath
    The Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington (Ceramics Galleries)
    The Yorkshire Museum, York

    Deadlining in May 2011 the jury will visit these venues (either as a group or anonymously) to produce a Finalists’ shortlist of four from which a winner is selected and announced in June. The judges’ progress can be followed through the Art Fund web-site or through the various blogs, twitter and even Facebook entries made by the seven judges. For more information and to cast your own vote in the public poll go to http://www.artfundprize.org.uk/judging-panel-announced.php

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  2. Lars Tharp foundling Museum’s Ambassador

    After serving as its Director, I transmute into the museum’s first "Hogarth Curator", its ambassador at large. My successor, joining us in March 2011, will be Caro Howell who comes to us from the Whitechapel Gallery (and before that from Tate Britain). Dynamic and with a keen interest in the 18th century, Caro will bring useful experience to London’s most wonderful independent museum . Continue to visit this blog for our latest events. And if you want to arrange a tour of the museum or a talk to a group or society at home or abroad, please contact me direct by email at foundling@tharp.co.uk

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  3. As an art student researching the work of the Impressionists, I have big help from this site called wahooart.com. It's like a good art library, where, convenient for me, works of artists are divided into art movements in history. Some of the works I had never seen before.
    As the canvas prints are affordable, I ordered online a little size canvas print of my favorite,
    http://en.wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8EWE3X, by Claude Monet.

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A Rare Dish

A Rare Dish
LT discovers Ming dish, BBC, 2008

Two Trumps

Two Trumps
Messrs Bird & Fortune -awarded The Hogarth' Group's " Golden Trump" at Tate Britain, 2006