An elegant contrast …

  Waves flutter and tumble gently onto the sands of Porthmeor Beach. The self effacing curves and crevices of the Tate St Ives lay behind. Beyond these sculptural walls lies 55 sq meters of gallery space. The new gallery fills with soft cornish daylight from five and a half meters above. Penetrating the glass panels…

Sea Music: The Story of a Collaboration

Molly Nickson took part in ARTiculation in 2014 and gained first place with her spectacular talk on Henry Moore’s public sculpture, Standing Figure Knife Edge. Here she writes in 3rd Dimension about another famous public sculpture, Anthony Caro’s Sea Music. From a distance, it is difficult to decide whether the edifice is an industrial structure, emerging…

Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy of Arts Reviewed by

Fergus Burnett-Skelding ARTiculation Alumni 2016 As I listened to the last of my competitors at the ARTiculation final 2016, I felt a sinking feeling. I knew my speech, on Jackson Pollock’s ‘Number 11/Blue Poles’ (1952), would not win. My presentation was academically strong, but unlike everyone else’s it lacked a personal angle. I had never…