Earthy Eats: St Ebbe’s Kitchen

It’s Tuesday lunchtime as I pull up on my bicycle outside Modern Art Oxford, on Pembroke Street. I’m not here to look at anything remotely artistic however; I’m here to review some food. It is actually quite difficult to locate the cafe I have come to eat at, St Ebbe’s Kitchen, as it is wholly […]

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A peek at Pica

A gripping (and free) exhibition at MOA. She’s Sorry for the Metaphor. But you really had to be there. Indeed, the vibrant, eclectic and electric work of Amalia Pica is hard to describe without analogy. Even in person her playful objects keep the viewer, teasingly, at a distance. As you enter Modern Art Oxford a […]

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Easy a(rt) explored

Cara Battle attended a lecture at the Ashmolean on the origins of modern art (so that you won’t have to) Over the past few months the Ashmolean has been running a series of Director’s Lectures on various topics by speakers such as Dr Christopher Brown CBE and Richard Cork. The final lecture of 2012 was […]

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