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Gaudie Exclusive: BAS9 reviewed

 

Rory Buccheri

“Equally powerful and evocative is Elaine Mitchener‘s sound installation [NAMES II] (2019-2021), memorialising some of the 2,000 enslaved African people owned by an Aberdeenshire sugar planter in Jamaica.”

 

British Art Show offers an immersive voyage of discovery

 

Scott Begbie

“Elaine Mitchener’s poignant (NAMES II) is a roll-call of the 2,000 enslaved African people owned by an 18th century Jamaican sugar planter, whose family came from Aberdeenshire.”

 

Hayward Gallery Touring’s landmark exhibition,the British Art Show, will open its ninth edition in Scotland at Aberdeen Art Gallery on July 10, 2021.

The Wigmore Hall at 120: musicians from Sheku Kanneh-Mason to Dame Sarah Connolly on the London icon

 

Nancy Durrant

“From its banging acoustics to its welcoming audience – and one of the music world’s best-loved artistic directors, the venue’s charms have won the hearts of musicians”

 

Two Live Streams from Wigmore Hall: Trish Clowes and Elaine Mitchener

 

Tony Dudley-Evans

“This was an outstanding start to the Associate Artists programme with Trish and Elaine, and encouraging evidence of an openness on the part of the Wigmore Hall, and also of the broader issue of the genre fluidity of so much contemporary music.”