Kate Bryan, Erland Cooper and Frank Stella
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2 June 2019
Art commentator and curator Kate Bryan discusses her new book ‘The Art of Love’, musician Erland Cooper talks us through his recent album ‘Sule Skerry’ and we meet pioneering artist Frank Stella to discuss his life and work.
2 June 2019
Photo: Gina Soden
Art writer and broadcaster Kate Bryan is head of collections for Soho House, and her new book ‘The Art of Love’ collects the stories of some of the art world’s most famous duos, collaborators and romantic partnerships.
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Originally hailing from the Orkney Islands off the northeast coast of Scotland, London-based musician and producer Erland Cooper has combined both the sounds of that location and the noise of his adopted home for new album ‘Sule Skerry’.
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Legendary American artist Frank Stella has pushed the boundaries of painting, sculpture and more since his rise to prominence in the 1950s. He talks us through his latest works currently on show at New York’s Marianne Boesky Gallery.
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