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Laura Gascoigne: Do You Want Ice With That? – May 2017

Ever since Anya Gallaccio

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made her name by exhibiting an ice block called Intensities and Surfaces in an East London pumping station in 1996, I’ve been monitoring the advance of ice through the contemporary art world, where it seems resistant to climate trends prevailing elsewhere. While 301 Moved Permanently the polar ice caps recede, the phenomenon of ice art only grows. I wouldn’t

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Editorial – March 2017

Is There A Doctor in the House? Dennis Skinner once quipped loudly across the Commons to

a faltering Cecil Parkinson at the Despatch Box, ‘It’s the in-breeding 301 Moved Permanently that does it!’ I was reminded of this amusing sneer when Doctor Maria Balshaw was announced as

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Serota’s replacement, an elevation met with the customary uncritical lauding with which a fawning Fourth Estate […]