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by Sacha Craddock

eBook Clyde Hopkins: Vodka  Stiff Breeze and Paranoia download ISBN: 1870540514
Author: Sacha Craddock
Publisher: Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery (December 31, 1998)
ePub: 1173 kb
Fb2: 1540 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Individual Artists

Book Description London Institute,, London, 1998. Condition: Very Good.

Book Description London Institute,, London, 1998. 4to. pp 32. Paperback. Copiously illustrated in colour and black and white throughout. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the London Institute Gallery, Feb.

Contributors Brandon Taylor, Sacha Craddock, Matthew Collings and Dave Sweet. Clyde Hopkins by Clifford Chance. Brown Madder – Recent Paintings. Vodka, a stiff breeze and paranoia. Clyde Hopkins – New Work. British Abstract Art. British Abstract painting 2001. British Contemporary Art. Hayward Annual.

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Sacha Craddock is an independent art critic, writer & curator based in London . Craddock co-founded Artschool Palestine and is co-founder and member of Faculty at

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The book itself is a bit obtuse, given it is from an era with which we have lost touch and thus takes many things about our understanding of terms and references for granted. But it is an indispensable text for any aspiring - or accomplished- mixologist. So if you want four ounces in your cocktail, you know you need to have 1 ounce of etc. The recipes are classic recipes but since the book was written in 1930, there are no recipes for more modern drinks such as a Mojito. Also, the drinks are all organized alphabetically regardless of the main type of spirit (gin, vodka, et. Overall, its a good cocktail book.

Art Writer & Curator. She studied painting at Central Saint Martins followed by a post-graduate painting degree at Chelsea School of Art before going on to write criticism for The Guardian. She studied painting at Central Saint Martins followed by a post-graduate painting degree at Chelsea School of Art before going on to write criticism for The Guardian and The Times. She has been Chair of the Board of New Contemporaries and selection process since 1996