Beth Fox

Beth Fox

Beth Fox is an artist, writer and independent curator. She has recently exhibited work at Divus Gallery, London, Sluice, London, Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, the Horse Hospital, London and the Bunkhouse Gallery, Madrid.

She was born in Ireland and lives and works in London. More information at: www.beth-fox.com

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Martin Creed at the Hayward Gallery

Filed in Reviews by on February 20, 2014
Martin Creed at the Hayward Gallery

Martin Creed: What’s the point of it? Hayward Gallery 29 January to 27 April 2014 Martin Creed has a retrospective at the Hayward Gallery. Somebody told me about it last month and I said “Oh yeah, cool, I must go to that.” I couldn’t remember who Martin Creed was. Or rather, I had a vague […]

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STUFF at The Underdog Gallery

Filed in Reviews by on November 12, 2012
STUFF at The Underdog Gallery

STUFF The Underdog Gallery, Arch 6, Crucifix Lane, SE1 3JW November 2nd – 15th 2012 Konstanty Czartoryski, Kate Merry, Elsa Philippe, Jwan Yosef, Jan Manski, Trevor Howe   “STUFF is an exhibition stuffed with artists who have undertaken a heroic quest of forming idiosyncrasies from debris of the flora and fauna of both post*modern miscellanea […]

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Billy Childish at L-13 Light Industrial Workshop

Filed in Reviews by on May 24, 2012
Billy Childish at L-13 Light Industrial Workshop

 Billy Childish: Me, Picasso and Other Ordinary Kings of Cuntdom L-13 Light Industrial Workshop, Clerkenwell 24th May – June 8th 2012 Wikipedia’s entry on Billy Childish begins with “Billy Childish (born Steven John Hamper, 1 December 1959) is an English artist, painter, author, poet, photographer, film maker, singer and guitarist.” Phew. Billy Childish is a busy […]

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Damien Hirst at Tate Modern

Filed in Reviews by on April 12, 2012
Damien Hirst at Tate Modern

Damien Hirst Tate Modern: Exhibition 4 April – 9 September 2012   Maybe I’m just naïve or old fashioned or finicky, or maybe I just have an over developed sense of preciousness about my chosen profession, but I can’t help but feel slightly depressed when I hear an art exhibition described as a “blockbuster”. However, […]

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Gilbert and George at White Cube

Filed in Reviews by on March 12, 2012
Gilbert and George at White Cube

Gilbert & George: London Pictures White Cube Hoxton, Mason’s Yard and South Galleries, Bermondsey 9 March – 12 May 2012 There’s something lovely and familiar about Gilbert & George isn’t there? They’re like the art equivalent of a comfortable pair of slippers or a nice warm mug of Horlicks (though they possibly would not appreciate […]

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Gesamtkunstwerk at Saatchi Gallery

Filed in Reviews by on February 12, 2012
Gesamtkunstwerk at Saatchi Gallery

Gesamtkunstwerk: New Art from Germany Saatchi Gallery Until April 30, 2012 There are many things we hear in art galleries that we just don’t hear anywhere else. “It has a marvellous negative capability”, “it is both red and unred”, “It’s so conceptually ambitious yet so aesthetically unobtrusive”. There is a lot of bullshit spoken in […]

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David Shrigley at Hayward Gallery

Filed in Reviews by on February 12, 2012
David Shrigley at Hayward Gallery

David Shrigley: Brain Activity Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre 1st February – 13th May 2012 The Hayward Gallery is an awkward bloody space. Too modernist, too roomy, too much of something and not enough of something else. Despite its much coveted location and desirable gallery spaces there is no point in lying; it’s hard to make […]

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Damien Hirst Spot Paintings at Gagosian

Filed in Reviews by on January 12, 2012
Damien Hirst Spot Paintings at Gagosian

“The Complete Spot Paintings, 1986-2011” Damien Hirst January 12th 2012 11 Gagosian galleries worldwide Damien Hirst is like the Marmite of the art world. Love him or hate him, very few people are indifferent. My strong feelings towards Hirst waver between love, hate, envy, awe and cynicism. Whenever I see a Hirst exhibition or read […]

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Tacita Dean – FILM Turbine Hall, Tate Modern

Filed in Reviews by on December 12, 2011
Tacita Dean – FILM  Turbine Hall, Tate Modern

Tacita Dean – FILM Turbine Hall, Tate Modern October 2011 – 11 March 2012 You’re sitting in darkness on the scarred concrete floor of the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and waves are slowly lapping towards you. The place is quiet, you are hushed and reverent like in a church and the tide is coming in. […]

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Paul McCarthy at Hauser and Wirth

Filed in Reviews by on November 18, 2011
Paul McCarthy at Hauser and Wirth

Paul McCarthy “The King, The Island, The Train, The House, The Ship” 16 November 2011 – 14 January 2012 Savile Row and Piccadilly Hauser & Wirth Y’know sometimes it feels like he’s just showing off… Excess is what Paul McCarthy does best and his solo show “The King, The Island, The Train, The House, The […]

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