Vienna Art: It’s Not All Klimt

Klimt
24th April 2017

Klimt’s Kiss and much, much more! I’ve recently had the good fortune to visit Vienna. Going for a short holiday it was inevitable that I would take in some of the art for which Vienna is famous. This is , after all, the home of Klimt and the Kiss. Having said that, it would have been possible to spend every day visiting one museum or gallery after another, so it was necessary…

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Contemporay Art in Manchester – My Pick of April Exhibitions

12th April 2017

Aprils Contemporary Art in Manchester Manchester’s contemporary art scene is buzzing now with lots of new exhibitions to see including  Andrew McDonald’s works in animation at Castlefield Gallery ,  post Franco Spain at HOME, Textile artist Barbara Brown at The Whitworth and a challenge to Manchester by contemporary artists from Blackpool! Castlefield Gallery – Andrew McDonald 28th April-11th June I lose myself in the process of drawing, an escape from the world,…

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Morson Group Mark CEO Ged Masons 30 Years of Service

Tim Garner, Ged Mason
11th April 2017

  Salford’s Morson Group Celebrate Chief Executive Ged Masons 30 years of service.   When colleagues at the Morson Group wanted to mark 30 years of peerless service by Chief Executive, Ged Mason OBE, thoughts naturally turned to one of Ged’s most enduring passions. Alongside his sporting loves of Rugby Union (Sale), football ( “a lifelong red”) and horseracing, is Ged’s enthusiasm  for art, culture and his home city of…

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