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A look at Impasto with the electric work of Lee Herring

Art jargon can be indescribably irritating: chiaroscuro, cloisonnism, papier collé, frottage, verism – an endless stream of words, that, at base, seem entirely useless – and whose presence can make us feel like we are even further from understanding a piece of art. However, there are a few occasions where unpicking the meaning of a…

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James Klinge Exhibition

Glasgow artist James Klinge, renowned for some of the city’s finest street art under his old alias Klingatron, launches his first post alias solo show, introducing a new collection of outstanding figurative paintings. Expect nothing less than the man’s usual excellence! The stop-and-stare extreme detail of his stencil work, combined with the expressively painted marks…

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