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Established in 2012 as an anonymous blog, The Page launched in its current form in 2015.
‘Frieze Art Fair’, Regent’s Park, London. 15/10 – 18/10/14Read more
Creekside Open 2013, Part 1 at A.P.T Gallery, London. 2/5 – 23/5/2013Read more
‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014′ at WORLD MUSEUM, LIVERPOOL and ICA, LONDON.Read more
“Who is or what is the slow learner?” Read our interview with curator Andreas Leventis.
‘Slow Learner’, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London. 1/8 – 23/8/14Read more
“a fossilized hard drive from an extinct information age whose corners fade into a polyglot of whispers”
Essay for a publication relating to the Astali / Peirce exhibition ‘Seams’Read more
“seductively secateurs all but the most arduous of floral metaphors”
Creekside Open 2013, Part 2 at A.P.T Gallery, London. 6/6 – 30/6/2013Read more
‘Enclosures’, Canal, London. 3/10 – 1/11/14Read more
“Kavanagh sets about elucidating whisper-thin clues amongst discreet scenes of noirish violence”
Laurence Kavanagh, ‘May’, Marlborough Contemporary, London. 7/5 – 20/6/14Read more