Wonderful Calder show makes me think of ice age art

I may have been the only person at yesterday’s Tate Modern press view to think about cave art, but the more I looked at Alexander Calder’s dangly wires and coloured shapes, the more I saw animals on the walls of Lascaux and Chauvet, galloping in flickering flame light. The show is a revelation from the … Continue reading Wonderful Calder show makes me think of ice age art

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Tunnel Truths 2

The Western Daily Press picked up on my previous blog yesterday (a complete surprise to me). You can read Tristan Cork's piece here. It includes comments from the Stonehenge Alliance, who seek a longer tunnel (at even more boggling expense). They got to meet "the Unesco mission". "We pointed out", said an Alliance spokesman, "that the A303 through the World Heritage … Continue reading Tunnel Truths 2