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Detail of ‘GRIMA - self with cat (the scream), 1986 by Annegret Soltau www.nationalgalleries.org/exhibition/cut-and-paste-400-years-collage

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Costume design for One of the Three Kings in ‘La Liturgie’, 1915 by Natalia Goncharova. This and so many other unseen treasures here: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/exhibition/cut-and-paste-400-years-collage

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@euniceolumide with ‘The Message of the Forest’, 1936 by Toyen. It’s the only painting by Toyen in a UK public gallery so hats off to National Galleries Scotland for acquiring it for us all to marvel at. @euniceolumide is a marvel of a polymath, model, inspirational speaker and cartographer of the path of the fairies and the maternal lineage. 💙💙💙

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Detail of ‘Blain (Estella) Relief’, 2018 in ‘Cut and Paste / 400 Years of Collage’ at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. “Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage is the first survey exhibition of collage ever to take place anywhere in the world. Collage is often described as a twentieth-century invention, but this show spans a period of more than 400 years and includes more than 250 works.” Fabulous show #NGSCutPaste

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A list of Victorian slang for the ‘female pudenda’, interspersed with names of roses. I made a recording #stuartmccallum for Richard Nicoll’s AW09/10 catwalk show. It was the first collaboration @nicoll_inc but thankfully not the last. Time to return to 2019 now 🖤🖤🖤

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One of Richard Nicoll’s ballet costumes for ‘The Ultimate Form’ ballet @hepworthwakefield 2013. Thank you all @northernballet @hepworthwakefield @ivy_may_lackey @tindallkenny the weather was the diva of the day!

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Backtracking through 40+ years of work for @kettlesyard retrospective. A t-shirt from Richard Nicoll (2013) tugs at the heartstrings. As Gilbert & George note, one hour in the archive and you’re exhausted.

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1972 poster for Ken Russell’s ‘Savage Messiah’. Research material for @kettlesyard retrospective February 2020.

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1972 poster for Ken Russell’s ‘Savage Messiah’. Research material for @kettlesyard retrospective February 2020. Let’s discuss next week @a_m_y_t_o_b_i_n !

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Au Naturel edition @pleasuregardenmagazine @owlbureau 5 - 8pm today. Photomontages using film stills from the archive @flamingo_estate @chandeliercreative - it was pure pleasure to collaborate with you all and poet @ellafrears 🌹❤️🌹

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@owlbureau 5-8pm today, the launch of @pleasuregardenmagazine featuring photomontages incorporating film stills from the archive @flamingo_estate “In the 1940s, a pair of handsome, determined entrepreneurs arrived in California to build their vision of an earthly paradise high in the hills above Los Angeles. By the '50s, the flamingo-pink Spanish house at the top of the hill had become a lavish hedonistic enclave, hidden by a lush orchard and dense cactus garden. Over the next seven decades, the Flamingo Estate became the headquarters for a pioneering erotic film company, a creative retreat for photographers and artists, a pirate-radio station, a fanzine publishing company, a political fundraising team, and an unlikely center for cultural self-examination and expanding notions of art.” Thank you all @chandeliercreative

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My late father (on the right) in Dublin, 1950. Thomas Mulvey 18.02.1929 - 14.06.2011 ❤️❤️❤️

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Emerging from ‘Salt Shrine’ 2007/2019 @ikongallery photo @david.austen ‘The Aerodrome – An exhibition dedicated to the memory of Michael Stanley’ 12 June — 8 September 2019 This exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Michael Stanley, Curator of Ikon before becoming Director of Milton Keynes Gallery and then Modern Art Oxford, who died tragically in 2012. Co curated with David Austen and George Shaw and structured loosely on Rex Warner’s 1941 wartime novel The Aerodrome, a book that made a great impression on Stanley, it includes many of the artists he worked with, all of whom held him in great affection and regarded him as one of their own.

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Detail of ‘Salt Shrine’, 1997. Commissioned by the late Michael Stanley, the shrine was created with 40 tons of salt placed within the Religious Education classroom at Michael’s high school the week before the school was demolished. See next post for the same crucifix @ikongallery within a new salt shrine. https://www.ikon-gallery.org/event/the-aerodrome-an-exhibition-dedicated-to-the-memory-of-michael-stanley/

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Detail of ‘Post-Mortem: Tatiana (i)’ @freudmuseum ‘The Enigma of the Hour: 100 Years of Psychoanalytic Thought’ curated @simon_moretti #goshkamakuga and Dana Birksted-Breen. Fabulous show! ‘The Post-Mortem series were the first works that I made subsequent to the death of my mother. I used photographs from two books for the source imagery for the series, ‘Hutchinson’s Animals of All Countries’ and ‘Ballet Russes’, both from the 1920s. Ballet dancers, lions, shells, bears and antelopes were all documented with equal fervour in the early twentieth century. Post-mortem photography—portraits of recently deceased loved ones— continued to flourish in the interwar years. The scalpel that I use cuts through paper and time with equal ease. Each photomontage in this series is a meditation upon mortality. My mother loved to dance.’

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‘The Myth of the Birth of the Hero iii’ 2012 @salzburgerkunstverein “I spend an unhealthy amount of time cutting out pictures of roses, lilies, orchids and wild flowers. I’ve spent years collaging photographs of roses onto found photographs of ballet dancers, fashion models and pornography. Within the collages that I make, the rose rises to every occasion, no matter how bizarre the juxtaposition. Roses have an ambiguous wildness despite our attempts at domestication. If I was a Jungian analyst, I might suggest that this was a healthy metaphor for the self. With an accurate cut and the permanency offered by the glue stick, a photograph of a flower can suddenly become articulate beyond its normal realm, it can paraphrase a feminist or a pornographer, it’s my perfect dummy.“ (Adapted from an interview @any_sherlock published in The Plant 2013.)

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‘The Myth of the Birth of the Hero ii’ 2012 @salzburgerkunstverein is pleased to present A Flower in My Mouth, a project by Mehraneh Atashi, Sara Giannini and Jacopo Miliani. Entangling both curatorial and artistic practice together, the exhibition A Flower in My Mouth presents speculations on the semiotics of flowers in relation to sexuality, esoterism and political power.

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Tomb of the Infernal Chariot

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La Foce was the home of Iris Origo, (15 August 1902 – 28 June 1988). Iris was an English-born biographer and writer. She lived in Italy and devoted much of her life to improving the Tuscan estate at La Foce, near Montepulciano, which she bought with her husband in the 1920s. During the Second World War, she consistently sheltered refugee children and assisted many escaped Allied prisoners of war and partisans, in defiance of Italy's fascist regime and Nazi occupation forces.

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@puscinaflowers organic flower farm run by the three Cugusi sisters and their mother. Thank you @uncampodifiori and your daughter for taking me there, it was an inspirational time ❤️❤️❤️

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Detail of ‘Inflora’ 2013 in ‘Enigma of the Hour: 100 years of Psychoanalytic Thought’ @Freud dmuseum curated @simon_moretti and #goshkamakuga 6th June - 4th August 2019 The exhibition includes new commissions by Simon Moretti and Goshka Macuga, alongside specially selected works by invited artists, Linder, Daniel Silver and Paloma Varga Weisz. Loans from the British Psychoanalytic Society, Tate and The Wellcome Trust including works by Duncan Grant, Barbara Ker-Seymer with John Banting and Rodrigo Moynihan, along with items from The Freud Museum Collection.

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Reliquary of unknown saint in the C14th Romanesque church @monteverdi_tuscany

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‘The Goddess Who is Daughter of the Mountain’ @monteverdi_tuscany curated @mccrizl

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@uncampodifiori at work @monteverdi_tuscany #slowflowers

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‘The goddess who makes the world rotate’ 2019 @monteverdi_tuscany thank you @sarahmccrory ❤️❤️❤️

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Detail of ‘The goddess who has sky for hair’ @monteverdi_tuscany “In this series, the great outdoors plays a role as Linder’s response to the location of the gallery in the Val D’Orcia. Linder has created a series of new collages utilizing the nude photography of Harrison Marks from his book entitled “She Walks In Beauty” (1964). Marks was a glamour photographer and later in life, a pornographer. Often heavily retouched, his photographs of nude women are uncanny and unsettling, almost doll-like – in stark contrast to their natural surroundings” @sarahmccrory

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Post-performance photo wearing @stdjok and photo by same. Sieve courtesy @laurenhazeld @designmuseum

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Naima Karlsson dressed @ abiolaonabule @designmuseum photo @louisegray__

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@kenichiiwasa dressed @martintual and wearing a hat by the late and great Moki Cherry, thank you Naima Karlsson for your eye for detail. @a.minat dressed @sophiamingoia @designmuseum

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@larvanest dressed by @constance____ playing exquisite solo violin next to exquisite goddess sofa @designmuseum curated @esteierhoffer the evening curated by @sumitraup photo @louisegray__

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@a.minat dressed by @sophiamingoia and @laurenhazeld dressed by @louisegray__ thank you for three fabulous hours @designmuseum

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Poet @ellafrears dressed by @zszarlata thank you @louisegray__ for curating @mafcsm students, thank you @sumitraup @designmuseum for making it happen ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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@louisegray__ binding the Horn of Bliss from @chatsworthofficial for @kenichiiwasa @designmuseum

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Haus-Rucker-Co: ‘Environment Transformer’, 1968 @designmuseum ‘Home Futures’. “These prototypes were satirical proposals for headsets that would alter our perception of the world...wearable architecture” See this and more in the last few days of an exhibition that “explores today’s home through the prism of yesterday’s imagination” curated @esteierhoffer / performance this Friday https://designmuseum.org/whats-on/talks-courses-and-workshops/linder-another-music-in-a-different-arcadia / @maxwellsterling @kenichiiwasa @ellafrears @larvanest Naima Karlsson @laurenhazeld @louisegray__ @sumitraup

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The fabulous ‘Home Futures’ @designmuseum / Bocca Sofa by Studio 65 is just one of many thrilling exhibits. See last post for details of this Friday’s performance / https://designmuseum.org/whats-on/talks-courses-and-workshops/linder-another-music-in-a-different-arcadia

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‘Another Music in a Different Arcadia’ @designmuseum this Friday 6-9pm in response to the ‘Home Futures’ exhibition curated by @esteierhoffer / music by @maxwellsterling @kenichiiwasa Naima Karlsson @larvanest plus poet @ellafrears / actor @laurenhazeld / costumes by CSM students of @louisegray__ / production and support @sumitraup https://designmuseum.org/whats-on/talks-courses-and-workshops/linder-another-music-in-a-different-arcadia

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Detail of ‘Path Luminosity’ 2019 @stuartshavemodernart

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Detail of ‘Ever Standing Apart From Everything’ 2019 @stuartshavemodernart

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Detail of ‘Christine’ 1964 by Sylvia Sleigh @dependance_gallery

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Detail of ‘Photographic Evidence’ by Jana Euler @dependance_gallery JANUARY

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@noraberman @dependance_gallery

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Detail of ‘Revolutionary Hardcore Formula XXXVII’ at Artists for Studio Voltaire at 9 Cork Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3LL - LAST DAY TOMORROW! Works for sale by Cory Arcangel, Nairy Baghramian, Phyllida Barlow, Judith Bernstein, Pablo Bronstein, Stefan Bruggemann, Nicholas Byrne, Monster Chetwynd, Anne Collier, Ann Craven, Alexandre da Cunha, Enrico David, Edmund de Waal, Jeremy Deller, Thea Djordjadze, Nicole Eisenman, Gerasimos Floratos, Anya Gallaccio, Ryan Gander, Antony Gormley, Anthea Hamilton, Sharon Hayes, Celia Hempton, Camille Henrot, Carsten Holler, Jenny Holzer, Judith Hopf, Sanya Kantarovsky, Anish Kapoor, Mary Reid Kelley, Andrew Kerr, Scott King, Ella Kruglyanskaya, McDermott & McGough, Dawn Mellor, Paulina Olowska, Laure Prouvost, Jo Spence & Terry Dennett, Linder Sterling, Ricky Swallow and Hayley Tompkins. All works are available to purchase to support The @StudioVoltaireLondon Capital Project – a transformative £2.3 million project, creating 42% more artists’ studios, renovated exhibition space and 233% new public spaces including a dedicated learning space, public garden, café and the first–ever permanent House of Voltaire. @studiovoltairelondon

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Detail of ‘Revolutionary Hardcore Formula XXXIV’ at Artists for Studio Voltaire at 9 Cork Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3LL - LAST DAY TOMORROW! Works for sale by Cory Arcangel, Nairy Baghramian, Phyllida Barlow, Judith Bernstein, Pablo Bronstein, Stefan Bruggemann, Nicholas Byrne, Monster Chetwynd, Anne Collier, Ann Craven, Alexandre da Cunha, Enrico David, Edmund de Waal, Jeremy Deller, Thea Djordjadze, Nicole Eisenman, Gerasimos Floratos, Anya Gallaccio, Ryan Gander, Antony Gormley, Anthea Hamilton, Sharon Hayes, Celia Hempton, Camille Henrot, Carsten Holler, Jenny Holzer, Judith Hopf, Sanya Kantarovsky, Anish Kapoor, Mary Reid Kelley, Andrew Kerr, Scott King, Ella Kruglyanskaya, McDermott & McGough, Dawn Mellor, Paulina Olowska, Laure Prouvost, Jo Spence & Terry Dennett, Linder Sterling, Ricky Swallow and Hayley Tompkins. All works are available to purchase to support The @StudioVoltaireLondon Capital Project – a transformative £2.3 million project, creating 42% more artists’ studios, renovated exhibition space and 233% new public spaces including a dedicated learning space, public garden, café and the first–ever permanent House of Voltaire. @studiovoltairelondon

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Detail of ‘Revolutionary Hardcore Formula XXXVI’ at Artists for Studio Voltaire at 9 Cork Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3LL LAST DAY TOMORROW! Works for sale by Cory Arcangel, Nairy Baghramian, Phyllida Barlow, Judith Bernstein, Pablo Bronstein, Stefan Bruggemann, Nicholas Byrne, Monster Chetwynd, Anne Collier, Ann Craven, Alexandre da Cunha, Enrico David, Edmund de Waal, Jeremy Deller, Thea Djordjadze, Nicole Eisenman, Gerasimos Floratos, Anya Gallaccio, Ryan Gander, Antony Gormley, Anthea Hamilton, Sharon Hayes, Celia Hempton, Camille Henrot, Carsten Holler, Jenny Holzer, Judith Hopf, Sanya Kantarovsky, Anish Kapoor, Mary Reid Kelley, Andrew Kerr, Scott King, Ella Kruglyanskaya, McDermott & McGough, Dawn Mellor, Paulina Olowska, Laure Prouvost, Jo Spence & Terry Dennett, Linder Sterling, Ricky Swallow and Hayley Tompkins. All works are available to purchase to support The @StudioVoltaireLondon Capital Project – a transformative £2.3 million project, creating 42% more artists’ studios, renovated exhibition space and 233% new public spaces including a dedicated learning space, public garden, café and the first–ever permanent House of Voltaire. @studiovoltairelondon

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Life as collage @artontheunderground and @laurenhazeld ❤️

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The Bower of Bliss poster next to @monsterratuk night tube poster, see her Instagram to find out more. Thank you to @artontheunderground for their visionary programming and thank you to @laurenhazeld for the adventures we’ve shared to date. Likewise @kajsashus for our many explorations of the graphic possibilities! And @angus_mill for capturing the moment.

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The 29th tube map cover! Thank you to all @artontheunderground for this fabulous commission and to @kajsashus @laurenhazeld

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‘Virgin of Sorrows’ by Pedro de Mena c1670-5 @fitzmuseum_uk “polychromed wood, with glass eyes and tears, and animal hair upper eyelashes”