Ina Cole is a writer based in the UK. She was appointed for the inauguration of Tate St. Ives and has since worked extensively within visual arts and higher education. She now writes on modern and contemporary art and conducts interviews with artists in their studios.

Antony Gormley’s Body of Prints

In his first project with Alan Cristea Gallery in London, sculptor Antony Gormley created four groups of prints: seven enormous woodblocks; a series of unique body prints; a group of ten aquatints, collectively titled Matrix I–X; and eleven small line etchings Read More

Richard Long’s Carborundum Songs

Richard Long, Mississippi River Blues (2014), four-panel carborundum relief painted with an acrylic wash, each panel 194 × 121.5 cm, overall 194 × 486 cm. Edition of 2. Courtesy Richard Long and Alan Cristea Gallery, London.

One of the most notable features of Richard Long’s recent exhibition at Alan Cristea Gallery was the lyricism of the titles–Hickory Wind, The Lark in the Clear Air, Honky Tonk Women, Mississippi River Blues. Read More