The Trial of Jane Fonda

If someone were to mention the name Jane Fonda to you, what images would it conjure up? For me: some great films, definitely. Those 1980s keep fit videos, complete with garish leotards, certainly. A political activist and woman of integrity, for sure. And then, of course, there's that infamous photo of Jane taken in 1972, … Continue reading The Trial of Jane Fonda

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‘False Perspectives’, by Kate Whiteford

I was fascinated by Kate Whiteford's 'False Perspectives' exhibition, currently showing at The Mercer Art Gallery in Harrogate. What Kate has done is create a large-scale installation of prints of trees for the Gallery that's inspired by the way in which Capability Brown transformed the English landscape, through the manipulation of scale & perspective. It's … Continue reading ‘False Perspectives’, by Kate Whiteford