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World of Echo
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2013)
Sharing a love of Arthur Russell's 1986 album, World of Echo, musician David Sheppard and Artist Louise Clarke chose to use its resonant song titles as springboards for new fictions. With each participant unaware of what ...
The Art World Whodunnit
(The Times Magazine, 1998-11-21)
A hugely publicised and popular fund raiser exhibition the brainchild of Suzie Allan at the Royal College of Art. Both students and famous, established artists exhibit small works together, their identities only revealed ...
The Industry of Creating
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2012)
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2010)
We Are What We Eat
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2017-12)
In the latest edition of her regular column, Louise Clarke observes our eternal obsession with images of food.
The Royal College of Art Degree Shows
(Art Review, 1999-06)
(Fermynwoods Contemporary, 2016-05)
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art run a programme of alternative education specifically for young people who are permanently excluded from school, dual registered and for school age mothers. The programme invites artists to ...
Art Open Competition
The Art Open at Harlow in an annual competition organised by The Gibberd Gallery. Louise Clarke was invited to be a judge along with Paul Hedge from Hales Gallery, London. The prize winner: Siobhan Dehaney, 'Nude Man', ...
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2017-02)
In her latest drawing-based column, artist Louise Clarke trawls the libraries of Leicester and laments the apparent demise of subversive drawing in the margins.
As a practice-based researcher, my enquiries probe if and how, our infant encounters with objects and space within the domestic and other environments, form and frame our perpetual journeys towards an ‘ideal’ location? How ...