Painter Clio Lloyd-Jacob talks to Sue Elliott about her work, and
her experience as artist-in-residence with the Sinfonia of Cambridge.
Music: John Carrod reviews:
Cate Le Bon Crab Day and It’s The Peace That Deafens by Ola Onabule (pictured above).
Books: We Felixstowe Book Festival, June 24–26. Selected reviews: Everyone is watching by Megan Bradbury .The Gustav Sonata by Rose Tremain. How you see me by S.E Craythorne.
London Beat: Making and Unmaking at Camden, Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy. The Hive, an award-winning installation at Kew; (above photograph: Mark Hadden). And more!
News from around our region:
Burnham and Leigh Art Trails. With Summer the season of open studios and art
trails, gives us the opportunity to visit artists and makers, to talk to them,
and very often to buy their work. Above: Tors Duce Collar Necklace – Burnham Art Trail
The Sainsbury Centre explores Alberto Giacometti’s influence and legacy on British art. Also Henri Cartier-Bresson: Paris exhibition featuring 83 of his magnificent images captured between 1929 and
‘The Fry is not just about looking at
art, it has a
and ambience. What we try
to tell is the narrative of these artists.’ David Oelman
Rod Shone reflects on the remarkable career of jazz flautist Gareth Lockrane