Tom Morton is a writer, curator and contributing editor of frieze, based in Rochester, UK.
The conflicted cultural legacy of the London 2012 Olympics
Bodily incursions, surgical violence and an ‘uncommon sense of objecthood’
V22 Workspace, Young British Art
Towards a partial typology of anglophone exhibition titles
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece
What do the first art works and recent speculations about early man tell us about today?
Swallow street, London, UK
Rob Tufnell at 1 Sutton Lane, London, UK
Hats Plus, London, UK
Employing media as diverse as a suspended caravan and a levitating donkey, Lara Favaretto unearths the romance and possibility buried in futility
Human cameras, fortune tellers, unreliable memories – in Lindsay Seers’ work, the truth is not what it seems
Wall texts in museums and galleries are meant to elucidate and educate, why are most badly written, full of jargon, and painfully reductive?
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
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