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The Exhibitionist

Alice Procter

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The Exhibitionist
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Alice Procter

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The Exhibitionist is an irreverent art and art history podcast. Hosted by Alice, we review exhibitions and museums, and talk about all our favourite art world things. Always smart but never snobby, we aim to go beyond the canon and talk about things you might not expect.

Latest Episodes

Art Shot - Teeth

Eteeth teeth teeth teeth teeth teeth teeth A quick little live review for you today - I went to see Teeth, at the Wellcome Collection. Not for the faint of heart or the dentally anxious, this exhibition explores the darkest cavities of the history of dentistry. It’s sweet in places and rotten in others, with some very tongue in cheek curation. I really dropped the veneer of professionalism here, but I think you’ll want to sink your teeth in and chew on the content, though it is a little hard to swallow in places. I’m sorry. Teeth is running at the Wellcome collection until 16.09.18 - more information at https://wellcomecollection.org/ Contact me via theexhibitionist.org,facebook.com/exhibitionistpodandexhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocterto let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

18 MIN2018 AUG 16
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Art Shot - Teeth

Art Shots - Dorothea Lange, Vanessa Winship and Killed Negatives

ETwo exhibitions for the price of one, and a free display! I went to Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing and Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds at the Barbican, and Killed Negatives: Unseen Images of 1930s America at the Whitechapel Gallery. So much documentary photography. All highly recommended. Lange and Winship run until 2.09.2018 - information and tickets (£13.50/£9 students) here https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2018/event/dorothea-lange-vanessa-winship Killed Negatives (admission free) runs until 26.08.2018 http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/exhibitions/killed-negatives-unseen-images-1930s-america/ Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

24 MIN2018 AUG 10
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Art Shots - Dorothea Lange, Vanessa Winship and Killed Negatives

James Cook: The Voyages at the British Library

EI recorded this review live in the British Library's exhibition commemorating 250 years since the first Cook voyage. It's a little different to my usual format - you can treat it as an extra long review or use it as an audioguide. James Cook: The Voyages runs until 28.8.2018. Admission is £14 or £7 with an Art Pass. More information on the exhibition at https://www.bl.uk/events/james-cook-the-voyages The article on Tupaia's map I mentioned is here https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/101871481/legendary-map-of-pacific-by-james-cooks-tahitian-navigator-tupaia-finally-unlocked?rm=m Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

58 MIN2018 AUG 9
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James Cook: The Voyages at the British Library

Art Shots - Lee Bul

EI said I was doing a ton of podcasts this month AND I MEANT IT. Throughout August I'll be releasing short reviews of the major summer "blockbuster" exhibitions, called Art Shots. I really loved Lee Bul's Hayward Gallery retrospective! The exhibition runs until 19.8.2018, and tickets are £13 or £6.50 with an Art Pass. This episode also has a return to the background noise plague, sorry. Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

17 MIN2018 AUG 7
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Art Shots - Lee Bul

Art Shots - All Too Human

EThroughout August I'll be releasing short reviews of the major summer "blockbuster" exhibitions, called Art Shots. I can't recommend All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, at Tate Britain. The show itself was underwhelming and tickets were £19.50 or £18.50 for concessions, but if you're a bigger fan of Freud or Bacon than me you might enjoy it more... Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

15 MIN2018 AUG 6
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Art Shots - All Too Human

Art Shots

EHI HI HI I've missed you! So for the month of August, I'll be back on the podcasting with some quick and dirty exhibition reviews... They'll be super short responses to exhibitions, with my skip it or see it thoughts on the dozens of shows on in London at the moment. Drop me a line at theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod or on twitter @aaprocter to tell me what I HAVE to see

1 MIN2018 AUG 4
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Art Shots

22 - Into The Unknown

EUnexpected delays and weirdness means this episode is going up after the exhibition finishes, but it's okay because we didn't like it anyway? Clare and I went to the Barbican to see Into The Unknown. It's cool if that's your thing, but we were underwhelmed... Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com - and, as always, leave a rating and review on iTunes.

32 MIN2017 SEP 4
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22 - Into The Unknown

21 - Camden Arts Centre

EIt's our first birthday! Rose and Alice went to the Camden Art Centre to see shows by Jennifer Tee and Daniel Richter. Both shows run until September 17th - more info at https://www.camdenartscentre.org/ Jennifer Tee's RESIST STACK OF BOOKS: James Baldwin, Go Tell It On The Mountain (1953) Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange (1962) Kate Chopin, The Awakening (1899) Cynthia Cruz, The Glimmering Room (2012) Joan Didion, The White Album (1979) Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter (1850) Laurie Halse Anderson, Speak (1999) Han Kang, The Vegetarian (2007) Mary Karr, The Liars Club (1995) Bill Knot, I Am Flying into Myself: Selected Poems (2017) Lucas de Lima, Wetland (2014) Audre Lorde, The Black Unicorn (1978) Maggie Nelson, Bluets (2009) Arthur Miller, The Crucible (1953) Toni Morrison, The Bluest Eye (1970) Adrienne Rich, Diving into the wreck (1973) Rebecca Skloot, The immortal life of Henrieta Lacks (2010) Dane Smith, [INSERT] BOY (2014) Mai Der Vang, Afterland (2017) Alice Walke...

9 MIN2017 AUG 21
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21 - Camden Arts Centre

20 - House Of Illustration

EHappy 20th episode to us! Alice Marie made a joyful return to discuss Anime Architecture and Jaqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand, both at the House of Illustration. Find Alice Marie's birb bbs and other work at https://www.alicemarie.co.uk/ more info about the House Of Illustration at http://www.houseofillustration.org.uk/ I have a new website! It's theexhibitionist.org and I'm rather pleased with it. You can still contact me in all the usual places - facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com - and, as always, leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find us, and makes me feel loved.

46 MIN2017 JUL 24
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20 - House Of Illustration

19 - The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

EA day late because of a technical horrorshow, but we're still going! Pop culture nerd and museum darling Olivia makes her third appearance to talk about Grayson Perry's new show at the Serpentine Gallery, The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! Also, I have a new website! It's theexhibitionist.org and I'm rather pleased with it. You can still contact me in all the usual places - facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com - and, as always, leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find us, and makes me feel loved.

41 MIN2017 JUL 11
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19 - The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

Latest Episodes

Art Shot - Teeth

Eteeth teeth teeth teeth teeth teeth teeth A quick little live review for you today - I went to see Teeth, at the Wellcome Collection. Not for the faint of heart or the dentally anxious, this exhibition explores the darkest cavities of the history of dentistry. It’s sweet in places and rotten in others, with some very tongue in cheek curation. I really dropped the veneer of professionalism here, but I think you’ll want to sink your teeth in and chew on the content, though it is a little hard to swallow in places. I’m sorry. Teeth is running at the Wellcome collection until 16.09.18 - more information at https://wellcomecollection.org/ Contact me via theexhibitionist.org,facebook.com/exhibitionistpodandexhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocterto let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

18 MIN2018 AUG 16
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Art Shot - Teeth

Art Shots - Dorothea Lange, Vanessa Winship and Killed Negatives

ETwo exhibitions for the price of one, and a free display! I went to Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing and Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds at the Barbican, and Killed Negatives: Unseen Images of 1930s America at the Whitechapel Gallery. So much documentary photography. All highly recommended. Lange and Winship run until 2.09.2018 - information and tickets (£13.50/£9 students) here https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2018/event/dorothea-lange-vanessa-winship Killed Negatives (admission free) runs until 26.08.2018 http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/exhibitions/killed-negatives-unseen-images-1930s-america/ Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

24 MIN2018 AUG 10
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Art Shots - Dorothea Lange, Vanessa Winship and Killed Negatives

James Cook: The Voyages at the British Library

EI recorded this review live in the British Library's exhibition commemorating 250 years since the first Cook voyage. It's a little different to my usual format - you can treat it as an extra long review or use it as an audioguide. James Cook: The Voyages runs until 28.8.2018. Admission is £14 or £7 with an Art Pass. More information on the exhibition at https://www.bl.uk/events/james-cook-the-voyages The article on Tupaia's map I mentioned is here https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/101871481/legendary-map-of-pacific-by-james-cooks-tahitian-navigator-tupaia-finally-unlocked?rm=m Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

58 MIN2018 AUG 9
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James Cook: The Voyages at the British Library

Art Shots - Lee Bul

EI said I was doing a ton of podcasts this month AND I MEANT IT. Throughout August I'll be releasing short reviews of the major summer "blockbuster" exhibitions, called Art Shots. I really loved Lee Bul's Hayward Gallery retrospective! The exhibition runs until 19.8.2018, and tickets are £13 or £6.50 with an Art Pass. This episode also has a return to the background noise plague, sorry. Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

17 MIN2018 AUG 7
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Art Shots - Lee Bul

Art Shots - All Too Human

EThroughout August I'll be releasing short reviews of the major summer "blockbuster" exhibitions, called Art Shots. I can't recommend All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, at Tate Britain. The show itself was underwhelming and tickets were £19.50 or £18.50 for concessions, but if you're a bigger fan of Freud or Bacon than me you might enjoy it more... Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com, or on twitter @aaprocter to let me know what shows you'd like to see me review - and, as always, please leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find me, and makes me feel loved.

15 MIN2018 AUG 6
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Art Shots - All Too Human

Art Shots

EHI HI HI I've missed you! So for the month of August, I'll be back on the podcasting with some quick and dirty exhibition reviews... They'll be super short responses to exhibitions, with my skip it or see it thoughts on the dozens of shows on in London at the moment. Drop me a line at theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod or on twitter @aaprocter to tell me what I HAVE to see

1 MIN2018 AUG 4
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Art Shots

22 - Into The Unknown

EUnexpected delays and weirdness means this episode is going up after the exhibition finishes, but it's okay because we didn't like it anyway? Clare and I went to the Barbican to see Into The Unknown. It's cool if that's your thing, but we were underwhelmed... Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com - and, as always, leave a rating and review on iTunes.

32 MIN2017 SEP 4
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22 - Into The Unknown

21 - Camden Arts Centre

EIt's our first birthday! Rose and Alice went to the Camden Art Centre to see shows by Jennifer Tee and Daniel Richter. Both shows run until September 17th - more info at https://www.camdenartscentre.org/ Jennifer Tee's RESIST STACK OF BOOKS: James Baldwin, Go Tell It On The Mountain (1953) Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange (1962) Kate Chopin, The Awakening (1899) Cynthia Cruz, The Glimmering Room (2012) Joan Didion, The White Album (1979) Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter (1850) Laurie Halse Anderson, Speak (1999) Han Kang, The Vegetarian (2007) Mary Karr, The Liars Club (1995) Bill Knot, I Am Flying into Myself: Selected Poems (2017) Lucas de Lima, Wetland (2014) Audre Lorde, The Black Unicorn (1978) Maggie Nelson, Bluets (2009) Arthur Miller, The Crucible (1953) Toni Morrison, The Bluest Eye (1970) Adrienne Rich, Diving into the wreck (1973) Rebecca Skloot, The immortal life of Henrieta Lacks (2010) Dane Smith, [INSERT] BOY (2014) Mai Der Vang, Afterland (2017) Alice Walke...

9 MIN2017 AUG 21
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21 - Camden Arts Centre

20 - House Of Illustration

EHappy 20th episode to us! Alice Marie made a joyful return to discuss Anime Architecture and Jaqueline Ayer: Drawing on Thailand, both at the House of Illustration. Find Alice Marie's birb bbs and other work at https://www.alicemarie.co.uk/ more info about the House Of Illustration at http://www.houseofillustration.org.uk/ I have a new website! It's theexhibitionist.org and I'm rather pleased with it. You can still contact me in all the usual places - facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com - and, as always, leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find us, and makes me feel loved.

46 MIN2017 JUL 24
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20 - House Of Illustration

19 - The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

EA day late because of a technical horrorshow, but we're still going! Pop culture nerd and museum darling Olivia makes her third appearance to talk about Grayson Perry's new show at the Serpentine Gallery, The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! Also, I have a new website! It's theexhibitionist.org and I'm rather pleased with it. You can still contact me in all the usual places - facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmail.com - and, as always, leave a rating and review on iTunes. It helps new listeners find us, and makes me feel loved.

41 MIN2017 JUL 11
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19 - The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!
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