Dave Hickey is one of contemporary art's most unpretentious critics. He has written for Rolling Stone, Art in America and Artforum, and he's published a slew of books on art and pop culture. He's far more interested in the democratic aspects of the art world--the way people make and buy objects simpl
Molly Dilworth uses a variety of methods and materials - from discarded paint to Google Earth - to interrogate what it means to be alive today. From miniature rules-based paintings to rooftop-scale poured paintings Dilworth encourages viewers to think twice about the everyday.
Born and brought up in Kent, Benedict Radcliffe, 31, studied at the Mackintosh School of Art in Glasgow. After graduating, Radcliffe pursued an interest in
the commercial fabrication and construction of interiors and furniture as well as art and sculpture working with leading Glaswegian architectura