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Art: Where Are All The Women?

Art: Where Are All The Women?

| By Rebecca Jarvest, Art Editor | It’s 1997. You’ve got the Spice Girls playing full volume (on tape, of course). You’re singing “Girl Power” into your hairbrush-turned-microphone and yes, you feel on top of the world. Of course, it took a long time and a persistent effort by courageous women for girls to achieve […]

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Join the Art Crawl: An invitation to readers of The Sloaney

By REBECCA JARVEST Every now and then it’s a real pleasure to tell readers of The Sloaney about things that we reporters are doing. I’d like to share a warm invite to my Art Crawl on Wednesday 18 September, the first in a brand new series of events I’m organising for Art Collectors London. Art […]

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Art: Park your car in style this Bank Holiday

By REBECCA JARVEST Planning on shopping this weekend? Now even your car can enjoy a stylish day out thanks to Simon Claridge. The artist has transformed the underground parking spaces of Q-Park Oxford Street into a striking art installation. Inspired by style icons, the artwork plays on Claridge’s signature portraits depicting the superstars of then […]

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A/W13 Creative Trend-Watching: 3D Printing

By REBECCA JARVEST Everyone’s talking about a creative revolution. The biggest thing in design and technology since the invention of the computer, 3D printing is set to take every industry by storm. From bespoke production for the luxury retail sector to new inspiration for artwork, London boasts a talented core of experts and artists exploring […]

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Editor’s Comment: The Summer Social Season starts with a bang!

By LAURA TOOGOOD My latest Editor’s Comment is a little overdue and this is a reflection of how busy The Sloaney team has been during the last six weeks. We have covered some wonderful events and a personal highlight was the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials in the Cotswolds. I have not competed on the […]