Art on show in Brighton & Hove and Sussex
Raqqa after the liberation 3
25 June 2018. At first glance, the paintings look like attractive impressions of desert lands. Closer examination reveals grim skeletons of ruined cities, and wounded faces showing fear, defeat and anger – a premonition that bombing is not the end of the story. A comfortable sofa with fashion, art and travel magazines offers an escape for those of us who need a break from the realities of our time.
Comfort Zone MAFA 2018
The scene is an art installation called Comfort Zone by Brighton artist Russell Honeyman, and is on show at Brighton University’s MA Fine Art annual summer show, at the University’s central Brighton site on Grand Parade, from 7-14 July 2018.
This year, Brighton University’s annual MA Fine Art Exhibition includes socially engaged art ranging from the war on terror, migrants, care of the elderly, the legacy of feminism, sadness and depression, the…
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