The art of reading a film

The art of reading a film

In times of mob censorship, creators look for ways to make a point without attracting undue attention In times of mob censorship, creators look for ways to make a point without attracting undue attention In the week when a scene from an innocuous 40-year-old Hrishikesh Mukherjee comedy is making headlines for its supposed subversive nature, … Read more

Phillips’s Trim Summer London Sale Generates $21.3 Million, Less Than Half the 2019 Total, as the Art Market Enters a Phase of Caution

Phillips’s Trim Summer London Sale Generates .3 Million, Less Than Half the 2019 Total, as the Art Market Enters a Phase of Caution

Short and sweet. Phillips raked in £17.5 million ($21.3 million) in about 70 minutes during its evening sale in London on June 30, a steady and efficient finale of a blockbuster season that began in New York in May. Though modest compared to the tallies of its bigger rivals, Sotheby’s ($181.8 million) and Christie’s ($248 … Read more

Yorkshire Sculpture Park celebrates ‘Summer of Love’

Yorkshire Sculpture Park celebrates ‘Summer of Love’

Robert Indiana’s LOVE – one of Pop Art’s most enduring emblems – can currently be seen at various locations at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP), as part of the exhibition ‘Robert Indiana: Sculpture 1958 – 2018’. A 12ft version in classic red, blue and green dominates the park’s entrance; the Corten steel LOVE Wallfeaturing the word … Read more