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- Aviva Investors and The Gate London proudly brought home Gold at last night’s Money Marketing Awards for Business Campaign of the YearTime ago 61 Days
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Last week I popped along to the Alan Cristea Gallery to see a small David Hockney retrospective. Nothing strange in that you may say, particularly at this time of Hockney mania at the RA and elsewhere. But when I looked …
Domestic life in a London suburb during the late fifties and sixties wasn’t that bright, it was filled with stuff like: big black bakelite telephones, enormous radios, dodgy lampshades with fringes, candlewick bedspreads, tiny TV’S, (if you could afford to rent one), heavily varnished paintwork, patterned carpets and the ubiquitous linoleum. Then one Saturday afternoon in 1966, when I was twelve, my view of the world suddenly changed forever…
I recently attended an exhibition at The Chelsea School of Art called ‘Process, The working practices of Barney Bubbles’.