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Above: Paintings by Andrew Hancock in situ, alongside sculpture by Antoine Farrugia at Marie Gallery 5, Malta.


New Year’s resolutions…it’s all too easy to give in to that piece of chocolate / glass of wine / wheel of brie. So when a friend recently shifted the perspective we were delighted – and excited – at the prospect of a fuller, more rewarding 2017.

“Don’t try to give something up, or even do something less. Resolve to do something more.”

Read more, cook more, see more films, visit exhibitions more often, travel to new places, learn new skills…whatever it is, make it your personal development and be enriched.



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All that glitters is not gold…but we’re feeling a gold rush coming on with the latest announcement from the Stuart Semple camp: the British artist yesterday released “The World’s Most Glittery Glitter”, DIAMOND DUST, available for £7.99 exclusively from www.culturehustle.com – just in time for Christmas to all but Anish Kapoor.
…Time to sparkle!
Read the news in full HERE.


Martyrs & Matryoshkas went with a bang! Karina Akopyan’s first solo exhibition in London – on show until 18th December at The Truman Brewery – had onlookers in awe through the (increasingly steamed-up) glass frontage. Featuring painting, photography, sculpture, installations and a selection of costume pieces, the series is a bold questioning of tradition, religion, ritual, iconography, sexuality and fetishism – in all their jarring coexistence yet inevitable convergence.
“Fetish Art and Russian Culture Collide.”
VICE Creators Project – read the full article HERE
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And now, on to the Russia’s national pastime: CHESS (not so much ‘fetish’, but definitely a bit sexy…these sets will get you excited). Our friends at Purling London have just unveiled three unique, hand-painted Art Chess sets by Sophie Matisse, available exclusively through www.purlinglondon.com


News in full RIGHT HERE.