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Bow Down is a podcast about significant women artists from the past, hosted by Jennifer Higgie, editor at large at Frieze. Women have been expressing themselves since the beginning of time. Yet, ask around and you’ll find that most people struggle to name even one non-male artist from before the 20th century. For each 20-minute episode, Jennifer invites an artist, writer, historian or curator to nominate an artist to whom we should all … well, bow down. Subscribe to learn more about these ra ...
 
Interviews and Inspiration From The World of Sculpture. Join, Lucy Branch, sculptural conservator and author, as she talks to sculptors whose work can be found in public spaces. They discuss their creative journeys, their artistic practice and their shared love for all things bronze. Find the show notes at www.sculpturevulture.co.uk and download your free novel.
 
If you had to choose five things that represent and inspire you, what would they be? Welcome to The Collector’s House, the new weekly podcast from MATCHESFASHION.COM. Join Danielle Radojcin as she asks some of the creative industry’s finest talents to share the objects that have inspired them or bear special significance. Hear the stories they inspire from veteran New York designer Norma Kamali, to Google’s Suhair Khan and German artist Katharina Grosse.
 
On these video pages, the emphasis is on dynamic visual possibilities in active language systems --possibilities that arise from interactions and associations between sights, sounds, and textures, on multiple scales in multiple locations. These visual experiments in poetry are Video POAMS (products of acts of making) that explore what happens when the visual is allowed to extend beyond visible text, and when the page is not required to be paper (though it may still exist that way). The Limit ...
 
What About? is a podcast about ideas, words and magazines by WeTransfer Studios and magCulture. Magazines are built on stories, and every story starts off as a spark. This series looks at those sparks and the stories they become. Each episode features a short interview with the editor and a full reading of some of the world’s best magazine writing. WeTransfer is the easiest way to send big files around the world. Unleash your creative ideas.
 
TAIT is a podcast series about immersive theatre and performance. I travel around the UK meeting immersive theatre makers, producers and performers in their natural habitats to chat with them about all things immersive. Over the course of the podcast series I hope to give listeners an insight into the thoughts, process and practices of the people driving the phenomenon of immersion in theatre and performance. The series will be published monthly.
 
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The Sculpture Vulture Podcast is back for Season 2 and in this first episode, we catch up with, Lucy Branch, and a sculpture at University College London by Bouke de Vries and what's been going on since Season 1 for some of the sculptors’ interviewed in the previous season including Rodney Munday's Work for Project Blackjack, Amy Goodman's Aborfiel…
 
Today, Lucy Branch, talks to Andrew Simcock, labour councillor for Didsbury East, who had a realisation that there was something wrong with public sculpture in Manchester: there was only one monument to a woman, Queen Victoria. He decided change needed to happen and threw his energy and entrepreneurial mind into getting a sculpture of, Emmeline Pan…
 
Over a career spanning 40 years, the acclaimed architect has come to define the practice of simple design using the highest quality materials, pioneering the luxury minimalist trend that has since become so widespread across the creative industries. His works include the Abbey of Our Lady the Nový Dvůr in the Czech Republic, the Cathay Pacific loun…
 
The novelist and playwright, who found success in the 1990s with the book Hideous Kinky, talks to Danielle Radojcin about her latest book, I Couldn’t Love You More. As well as reminiscing on her unconventional upbringing with her sister Bella, she shares stories about sitting for her father, the artist Lucian Freud, hanging out with Kate Winslet (w…
 
This is a special summer episode of the podcast to coincide with an important date for the Emily Williamson Statue Campaign: the release of the short-listed maquettes on July 1st. This campaign is to create a much needed memorial statue of the magnificent, Emily Williamson, the founder of the society for the protection of birds. Emily Williamson wa…
 
The Royal Ballet’s principal dancer speaks to Danielle Radojcin about responding to Black Lives Matter through his choreography and how he is promoting change in the industry. He also discusses his extraordinary diet and exercise routine, working with Carlos Acosta and Wayne McGregor, trying on Nureyev’s costumes, and his love of a sparkly Cuban he…
 
‘It’s good to have complex images to chew over in life.’ The renowned American artist speaks to Danielle Radojcin about her infamous self-portraits, what makes a good portrait (hint: it doesn’t have to feature a face), how she came to photograph the contents of Elizabeth Taylor’s home (‘We shared the same accountant’), and why her work is about the…
 
Welcome to Voices From Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around …
 
Welcome to Voices from Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around …
 
Welcome to Voices From Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around …
 
Welcome to Voices From Frieze, brought to you by luxury fashion destination MATCHESFASHION. In this series of mini audio guides, experts and insiders bring you the most important news, up-and-coming talent and local insights from the Frieze art fairs. Even if you can’t be there in person, the creatives featured in this series will guide you around …
 
‘Fashion is a vehicle for the stories I want to tell.’ The cult British menswear designer talks to Danielle Radojcin about her experiences growing up on the London rave scene and the impact of music and youth culture on her work; what it was like working with Demna Gvasalia at Balenciaga and how she got Drake to feature in one of her films; why she…
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Philip Jackson, an award winning, prolific sculptor who has created some of our most well-known and well-loved public sculptures particularly in the UK but also elsewhere in the world including The Bomber Command in Green Park, Bobby Moore at Wembley Stadium, The Manchester United ‘Trinity’ sculpture, The Jersey Liberati…
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Jason deCaires Taylor, who is a sculptor, environmentalist, and professional underwater photographer. He has permanent site-specific work spanning several continents and predominantly explores submerged and tidal-marine environments. He's the only sculptor in the series who does not work in bronze, but I can't hold that …
 
Today Lucy Branch talks to semi-abstract sculptor, Simon Gudgeon about his incredible large-scale bronzes. Simon Gudgeon is based in Dorset, and he and his wife have shaped the land that they bought to give his semi-abstract sculptures the backdrop that they truly deserve. He manages to fuse figurative sculpture with abstract, landscape with fantas…
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Louisa Forbes about her public sculpture. Louisa blends themes of religion and mythology into her classical figurative sculpture and is inspired by the idea of a connection with people thousands of years ago. She has exhibited extensively and has permanent public works in many places including Churchill and Trinity Colle…
 
Martin Jennings statues have been commissioned by the UK's greatest institutions: the National Portrait Gallery, St Paul's Cathedral, the Palace of Westminster, the University of Oxford, and many others. His statue of John Betjeman, the driving force behind the saving of St. Pancras station in the 1960s, welcomes visitors from all over the world to…
 
“I bring the joy of the creative spirit when I walk the runway.” Pat Cleveland, the model who found fame in the 1970s as a Halston muse and catwalk star, looks back at her extraordinary life: a bohemian upbringing in Harlem, being proposed to as a teenager by Muhammad Ali, partying with Andy Warhol and Karl Lagerfeld in Paris, and her star turn in …
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Paul Day, about his creative journey and inspiration. Lucy: Paul has long been one of my favourite sculptors and is such a self-deprecating character that he says he isn’t even worthy of such a job title. He produces bronze friezes and sculptural works that have such style and imagination that I have found myself lost in…
 
Todd Oldham talks to Danielle Radojcin about his latest project, a monograph on cult interiors magazine Nest, and shares memories of the 1990s New York fashion scene. He talks about why he was fired from his first job at Ralph Lauren, what made Area in New York such an amazing nightclub, and his hit segment on the Cindy Crawford-hosted House of Sty…
 
Today, Lucy Branch, talks to Hugh Chapman, on The Sculpture Vulture Podcast. His abstract, dynamic sculpture plays with light and form and elicits profound reactions from his audience. Hugh's work is part of the magnificent sculpture collection at Canary Wharf, London, and is enjoyed by many thousands of visitors each year. Today we discuss his ins…
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Amy Goodman, who is probably known best for her Equestrian sculptures such as the much loved, Romsey War Horse and Pegasus and Bellerophon, but to only mention them would do her a huge dis-service as she’s also the creator of some incredible military monuments, portraits as well as breath-taking abstract sculpture. Her f…
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Hamish Mackie, brilliant contemporary wildlife sculptor who has works all over the UK including Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, Cornwall and London as well as abroad. He recently won The Public Monuments and Sculpture Association Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Fountains with The Goodman’s Fields Horses sculptures in Lo…
 
Today, Lucy Branch talks to Michael Speller, charismatic contemporary sculptor who has many works in public places in the UK including outside the iconic Millbank Tower in London, Greenwich Hospital and Loch Lomond as well as abroad. His work is all about distinctive figurative forms which play with ideas around balance and rhythm in our lives. Mic…
 
In today's interview, Lucy Branch, speaks with Rodney Munday, whose work can be found up and down the UK including The Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth, Oxford and Cambridge University and Chichester and Worthing Hospitals to name only a few. Rodney's work is figurative though his range is wide. He has created many Christian themed sculptures,…
 
Veronica Ryan is a British sculptor whose fascinating career spans more than four decades, but whose biggest career moment may well come in 2021, with two important commissions for the UK: a statue in east London to commemorate the Windrush generation, and an exhibition on Spike Island in Bristol, a hotspot in the recent Black Lives Matter-related …
 
Bow Down – the podcast about significant female artists who deserve our attention – returns for series 2. Presented by Jennifer Higgie, guests include the artists Sonia Boyce, Amalia Pica and Sally Smart; the filmmaker Mark Cousins; the musician Alison Goldfrapp; potter Magdalene Odundo; curator and fashion designer Duro Olowu and the legendary fem…
 
With his irresistible photographs of contemporary Moroccan culture, the artist Hassan Hajjaj brings to mind the joyful images of Malick Sidibé and the bright pop elements of Andy Warhol. Moving from his home in Morocco to London as a child, he spent his youth at the heart of the 1980s clubbing and fashion scene before finding his voice in the 1990s…
 
Hazel Reeves is a brilliantly talented sculptress who tells stories in bronze. In recent years she has secured several prestigious commissions among them the Sir Nigel Gresley sculpture in Kings Cross, London commemorating the engineer and innovator of steam trains, and the Cracker Packer statue dedicated to the women who have worked in the Carrs b…
 
In this solo-show, meet, Lucy Branch, the host of The Sculpture Vulture podcast and find out about the incredible sculptors that will be featuring in the first season. Find out more about the show at www.sculpturevulture.co.uk Get you free novel from https://sculpturevulture.co.uk/a-rarer-gift-than-gold/ where sculpture is always at the heart of th…
 
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