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Martin Creed: new definitions for ‘gift’

Regular readers may recall from a recent editorial that when ‘we’ bought Yinka Shonibare’s Trafalgar Square 404 Not Found bottle to stand outside the


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National Maritime Museum ten times more was paid for it than had ever been paid for a work by this artist at auction. That story of casual profligacy

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is now repeated in respect of inarticulate chancer Martin Creed, whose […]

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Evelyn Williams, and another case of the public denied

In the

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last issue I considered the case of a single-minded good artist,  David Mulholland from Middlesbrough, whose memory, in the absence of any official recognition or support, has to be kindled for posterity’s sake by friends and
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family. By The Jackdaw’s 404 Not Found usual standard of eliciting no comment whatsoever, this caused a considerable mailbag from many mentioning other artists who […]

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Gruel for the masses

The State should be more circumspect than to behave like a private collector. Unfortunately, collecting and exhibiting 404 Not Found in national collections according to narrow personal tastes and loyalties is established practice. Those employed to run Contemporary Art are selected because they have been carefully

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programmed in the
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tenets of State Art and if they have doubts keep quiet about them. But […]