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Robin Ashenden reviews ‘Lee Miller: Romanian Rhapsody’ at the Romanian Cultural Centre

For any more-than-casual visitor, it’s always interesting to see what others have made of Romania.  The country is like nowhere else in Europe – to a visitor it’s more hospitable, more generous, and, for all its bafflingly unspoken codes, apparently less hemmed in by rules and regulations. A note of the surreal hangs over everything:…

Robin Ashenden | July 14, 2014
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Jonathan Karstadt reviews Trafačka: Temple of Freedom at Red Gallery, Shoreditch

The Trafačka artistic collective have been running a countercultural art gallery in the Libeň district of Prague (once home to subversive Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal) since 2007. According to its website: “Trafačka is a creative space, a place for meeting and free expression. At Trafačka it is possible to follow the emerging trends in contemporary…

Jonathan Karstadt | May 26, 2014
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Robert Bereny: One of the Hungarian ‘Eight’

  “Tuesday 6 May, 7pm (Private view) Hungarian Cultural Centre 10 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7NA Exhibition open: 7 May – 13 June Opening hours: Mon-Thur 10am – 5pm, Fri 10am – 2pm EXHIBITION One of The Eight – Róbert Berény Works from a private collection Curator: Gergely Barki”  (HUNGARIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE)

Robin Ashenden | May 2, 2014