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Credit Crunch ‘welcome’ in Spoonfed RA review

June 8th, 2011 | Posted by David in Eddie Farrell (UK/DE) | Julie Rafalski (PL/US) | Press Cuttings

With so much on the walls at the RA Summer Exhibition it is always pleasing to get a mention in the media. Here Spoonfed spot it, get it, like it:

Eddie Farrell’s black stencilled Credit Crunch on a flattened Corn Flakes box and the drunken Escheresque style of Neil Pittaway’s etching of Westminster station, come as welcome light relief. And from here on out doolally seems to be the operative word as somewhere behind me a woman yelps, rousing images of the Suffragette that went ballistic on a Henry James portrait at the 1914 Summer Exhibition.

Read the whole review here, and we recommend you do; these people write good prose!

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