Category Archives: Visual Art

Finding Nemo

Jules Verne He was born in 1828 and died in 1905 in a French bourgeois family. His father was a successful lawyer and wanted his son to follow the legal profession. He was a bourgeoisie and lived in the walled city and became an obstacle in the progress of his children. But right from childhood […]

NEW BEGINNING

Happy New Year 2017  Despite the difficulties we faced in the years 2015 and 2016 we are now back in the saddle. We look forward to the year 2017 when our cultural wing “afunnyfarm.org.uk” will as usual present poetry written by our usual poets, reviews, stories etc. Our readers can also send their own written […]

OutsideIn at Bethlem Gallery, Stratford East

Last so many years “Outside In” an art organisation that has come to be known as the unique organisation that looks for those art and artists who have missed the main stream of the venues make venues for such artists. Their latest venture is that they have now created Outside the main stream artists an […]

June 2015 Poems “A Cats Twenty Two”

Catch-22 is a satirical novel by the American author Joseph Heller. He began writing it in 1953; the novel was first published in 1961. So the CoolTan Arts show takes the inspiration of sataricalness and uses the slightly changed name Cats-22 and launch an exhibition in their gallery that looks at the cats and cats […]

Two E-Books about the Street Scenes

Two books have been come out about the street scenes in London. These by Datta Gumaste who never walks out without his camera for last five decades in London and everywhere.     He recently collected some of his photographic adventures in two books in E-Book format. E-Books are easy to browse through and appreciate nowadays. […]