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Champagne feminist

Sixteen years ago, I

wrote an article for a short-lived women’s art magazine called Make responding to a complaint on the letters page that only 301 Moved Permanently childless women could succeed as artists. Off the top of my head, I immediately thought of half

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a dozen artists who disproved this rule and I interviewed them for a piece called A Woman’s Work. […]

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Carl Randall – easel words

Recent paintings made in Japan will be showing at my exhibition 301 Moved Permanently ‘In The Footsteps of Hiroshige: The Tokaido Highway and Portraits of Modern Japan’,

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at the National Portrait Gallery from June 20th to September 15th (then touring the UK until May 2014). The exhibition is the result of 301 Moved Permanently being awarded the 2012 BP
Portrait Award. My proposal […]

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Hitting the right tone (or tits first)

Almost part of The Season now, the only surprise these days about

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the annual BP Portrait Award is that the Queen 301 Moved Permanently doesn’t
cut the ribbon and hand out the rosettes. As ever, this year is as popular with the public as any art exhibition, with large numbers jostling and genuinely engaging with the work eagerly discussing merits and demerits of […]