England on Fire by Stephen Ellcock and Mat Osman

Three images used in England on Fire. The mind-blowing selection of images is accompanied by short texts by Mat Osman, exploring magic and mazes, ghosts and gardens, shipwrecks and cities. These poetic renderings of a spectral isle, together with Stephen Ellcock’s hallucinatory visual journey, reclaim Albion as an eternally inspiring and anarchic domain.

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FT How To Spend It article

Featured in this article on the influence of fairy tales in contemporary art by Victoria Woodcock. Published on 5th February 2022.

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Teaching Contemporary Art With Young People by Julia Marshall

Featured in this text book about current art and how integrate its philosophy and methods into the K–12 classroom. Published by Teachers College Press, New York.

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Handbuilt Ceramics by Jo Taylor

Featured in this practical guide to hand-built ceramic techniques. Published by Crowood Press, Wiltshire, UK.

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Jesus Now by Laetitia Barbier

Featured in this survey book of iconography in Contemporary Art. Published by Abrams, New York.

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Beautiful Bizarre article

Short interview in the March 2021 magazine to coincide with International Women's day  

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Gallery Viewer - Ask an Art Collector

Dutch Art Collector, Guus van Vorstenbosch talks about the works in his collection. Gallery Viewer, published online on 22 february 2021. 

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The Observer / Guardian online

Review of Cranach: Artist and Innovator by Laura Cumming. Published in The Observer newspaper and The Guardian online, 26th July 2020. 

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Saturday Review, BBC Radio 4

Review of Cranach:Artist and Innovator at Compton Verney, broadcast as part of Saturday Review on BBC R4 on 21st March 2020. 

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Cranach: Artist and Innovator, The Telegraph

The Telegraph review of Cranach: Artist and Innovator by Robert Weinberg, 15 March 2020.

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The Jealous Curator article - published online

Article by Danielle Krysa, showing figures made for the Cranach: Artist and innovator exhibition at Compton Verney, Warwickshire.

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