Charlie Godet Thomas: Torschlusspanik (25th Nov 15 to 24th Jan 16)

Charlie Godet Thomas’s first London solo exhibition. Bridging sculpture, photography and painting and exploring the intersection between language and materiality, Thomas creates new cast wax works bro… Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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This robot “art critic” is as clueless about art as the rest of us – Quartz

Quartz This robot “art critic” is as clueless about art as the rest of usQuartzHe wanders silently around an art exhibit, unsure of what's “good” or “bad,” until he observes the reactions of other patrons who seem like they can tell a Monet apart from a Manet. No, we're not talking about you on your…

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Ellen Hyllemose | Landscape Reconfigured (21st Nov 15 to 16th Jan 16)

FOLD Gallery is pleased to present a new body of work by Ellen Hyllemose, her first solo show in London. The title of the show refers to interacting with landscape. To see, to move, to experience l… Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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Google’s Computers Paint Like Van Gogh, and the Art Sells for Thousands – Wall Street Journal (blog)

Wall Street Journal (blog) Google's Computers Paint Like Van Gogh, and the Art Sells for ThousandsWall Street Journal (blog)Google is trying to make art freaks out of computer geeks. Alphabet Inc.'s Google put on an art show and auction in San Francisco on Friday, displaying works created by computers, with some guidance from humans. The…

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How art helped me see the beauty in loneliness – The Guardian

The Guardian How art helped me see the beauty in lonelinessThe GuardianOlivia Laing's The Lonely City explores the connection between isolation and creativity. In this extract she examines its role in the work of Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol and others, and suggests we should all be a little less frightened of being alone…and more » art…

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