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Goldmark 25 goldmark magazine summer 2022
Goldmark 25 Goldmark 25

Goldmark 25

Item Code: BK-GM-25
Medium
A beautiful 64 page quarterly magazine
Subject
Mixed Art and Ceramics
Date of Work
2022
Height (cm)
27
Width (cm)
23
Base price $12

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I can scarcely believe that we have already reached the 25th issue of the Goldmark Magazine. Since we began publishing our quarterly offering in 2016, it has become a small but vital part of the gallery’s many ongoing projects.

I am a firm believer in the phrase ‘Hasten slowly the quicker to arrive.’ Over the past six years, like the gallery itself, this magazine has changed gradually, sometimes imperceptibly. But with this milestone, we have decided to take a chance to refresh our presentation: a new, and clearer, contents section at the front, and a collection of highlights – new work, exhibitions, and reviews – at the back. I hope, as always, that you find something to enjoy within its pages.

CONTRIBUTORS

Frances Spalding is an art historian, critic and biographer, with a specialist interest in 20th century British art. She first established her reputation with Roger Fry: Art and Life, with volumes on the lives of Vanessa Bell, John Minton, Duncan Grant, Gwen Raverat, and John and Myfanwy Piper following suit. From 2000-2015, Spalding taught at Newcastle University, becoming Professor of Art History. She acted as Editor of The Burlington Magazine, 2015-16, and is now Emeritus Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge.

Oliver Bancroft Born in Cambridge in 1976, Oliver Bancroft is recognised to be one of the outstanding painters of his generation. He has exhibited internationally and over the last two decades become a feted filmmaker, with selections by Tacita Dean and exhibitions in venues including the Whitechapel Gallery and the Institute for Contemporary Art, London, and the Pompidou Centre, Paris. A pilgrimage to see the paintings of Fra Angelico in 2010 left an indelible impression, which Bancroft recounts in this Summer issue.

Sacha Llewellyn is a Paris-based art historian specialising in women artists. Working in collaboration with museums and commercial galleries, she has curated and co-curated exhibitions internationally. As well as writing for the press, she has also authored and co-authored many exhibition catalogues. In 2017, her monograph on Winifred Knights was awarded the prestigious William M B Berger Prize for British Art History. This year, Sacha launched RAW (Rediscovering Art by Women / r-a-w.net), a European platform that promotes research into women artists. Her Instagram account, @Rediscoveringartbywomen, celebrates women artists every day.

Joshua Williams is a potter working in Galloway, South west Scotland. After training at Whichford Pottery, one of the last traditional production workshops in the UK, he returned to Galloway to open his own studio. He currently works in earthenware, with a strong focus on transitioning to materials sourced in the local landscape and an aim to bring the values of traditional British functional ware into a contemporary setting. A recent visit to the renowned W.A. Ismay collection at York Art Gallery prompted his Summer contribution.

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