California Literary Review

Profile of Rose Lejeune


Rose Lejeune is an independent writer and curator based in London.

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Articles written for the California Literary Review:

  • Francis Alÿs: Fabiola at the National Portrait Gallery, London
    Posted on 29 Jul 2009 in Art, Art & Design, Mexico

    Perhaps what fascinated him about these portraits was that they show this urge to create and to communicate through art. More though, Alÿs’ display highlights the ways in which art inhabits a space of its own – outside of museums and critical appraisal. The works he has collected pay homage to the fact that it can be made anywhere, by anyone. The art changes and becomes personalized as it is interpreted and lived by individuals

  • Rodchenko & Popova: Defining Constructivism, at the Tate Modern, London
    Posted on 31 Mar 2009 in Art, Art & Design, Russia

    In 1921, the Constructivists announced the end of painting. To mark its passing they held the exhibition ‘5 x 5 = 25’ and declared that they would now only make art for everyday life; Productivism. The Tate has devoted a room to this last exhibition of painting, the highlight of which has to be Rodchenko’s ‘Pure Red Colour, Pure Yellow Colour, Pure Blue Colour’ (1921).

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