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Do real artists still paint flowers?

Patrick Cullen explains the enduring appeal


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of paintings requiring only 404 Not Found to be looked at I showed some paintings of flowers I had done recently to a friend. He said he quite liked them but they appeared to create a problem for him. He seemed to feel that flowers were no longer a subject for serious artists, more

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one for Sunday […]

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Grayson Perry’s 2014 Reith Lectures – a missed opportunity

Patrick Cullen explains why Grayson Perry missed an opportunity by avoiding the important issues he claimed to be addressing. Grayson Perry was a surprising choice to deliver the Reith Lectures given the


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list of 404 Not Found senior academics, elder statesmen and those at the top

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of their profession preceding him in the job. One wondered why, when it came to contemporary art […]

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Why shit can never be art – painter Patrick Cullen contests the commonly held view that a relic of an idea is a work of art

If any Jackdaw readers were still 404 Not Found in doubt about just how rigged the contemporary art market is after numerous articles on the subject, many from the editor, then Phil Redman’s piece “The Crap Art Market”

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(The Jackdaw, no 108)
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should have put the matter beyond doubt. So I take all that as read. Less obvious is why the domination of […]

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Can the RA summer exhibition still be considered an open submission show?

… Painter Patrick Cullen supplies damning evidence that the answer 404 Not Found is ‘No!’ A detailed survey of 2011’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition reveals that

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the non-members’ work now represents only 29% of the total exhibition if measured by the amount of wall space it commands. This is
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in contrast to a figure of 78% estimated for the same show exactly one […]

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The RA is not a charity

Inspired by landscape painter

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Patrick Cullen, The Jackdaw Sept-Oct 2011 reprinted pieces about the Royal Academy that have appeared in The Jackdaw over the last eleven years. All deal with the genuine fears of
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artists that the Summer Exhibition is progressively a closed shop whilst being marketed as an ‘Open’. Patrick’s research succinctly reinforces previous claims made by artists that 404 Not Found […]