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11 April 2018
We can hardly believe it, but it’s ten years since Eye became an independent magazine.
Our official anniversary was yesterday, so it seemed appropriate to publish this little account of the day we bought the magazine from Haymarket.
To celebrate, we are running a special Independence Day subscription offer: Subscribe (or renew) before 27 April 2018 and you will receive Eye nos. 96-99, plus Eye 95, the current issue, free of charge.
Simply order online here. Or, if you would prefer to order by phone, please call us on +44 1371 851885 and quote offer code EYE95FREE.
We are thrilled to be Dulwich Picture Gallery’s media partners on the forthcoming exhibition ‘Edward Bawden’, 23 May – 9 September 2018.
Bawden has been the subject of several articles published in Eye, including Kerry William Purcell’s ‘A very English tradition’ in Eye 60 and ‘Friendships and glue’, my review of Edward Bawden Scrapbooks on the Eye blog.
For more about Ravilious, Bawden and their contemporaries, see ‘The crew with no name’ in the latest issue of Eye.
Kevin J. Hunt, senior lecturer at Nottingham Trent University, reviewed Vendela Grundell’s new book Flow and Friction in ‘Follow the glitch’ on the Eye blog. Also on the blog, ‘Books received #32’ featuring four mini reviews of The Undiscovered Island, The Masters Series by illustrator Christoph Niemann, Water Salad on Monday and Daniel Buren: Underground.
John Walters, editor