Frances Aviva Blane

Who am I? New work by Frances Aviva Blane

September 6th, 2019|art, culture, philosophy, Reviews, Visions|0 Comments

“Beauty will be CONVULSIVE or it will not be at all”. The last sentence of André Breton’s 1928 Surrealist novel Nadja could have been written in reaction to the work of Frances Aviva Blane.

Her latest book, […]

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In the beginning was the mark

April 28th, 2018|art, Reviews, Tate|0 Comments

Frances Aviva Blane has been included in 60 out of 2,700 applicants as an exhibiting artist in this year’s John Moores Painting Prize, the UK’s best-known painting competition. The exhibition, a key strand of the Liverpool Biennial, will be […]

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German expressionism’s night at the embassy

May 3rd, 2017|art, Reviews, Visions|2 Comments

For the countless artists who enter open submissions, Samuel Beckett’s Worstword Ho may spring to mind: “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”

But for Frances Aviva Blane there was a kind of serendipity when her painting […]

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