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NEW - Andamento 2015


Andamento - the exciting new annual journal looking at contemporary mosaics; published by the British Association for Modern Mosaic.

This full-colour mosaic magazine aims to fill the gap in critical review and in-depth writing on mosaic from the 19th century to the present day.

Feature articles in the 2015 issue:-

Coming to the city - the remarkable art of collaboration - by Lee Helme

God sees me - George Ehling's mosaic house in Hollywood, California - by Lillian Sizemore

The sumptuous surface - the quest for colour and use of mosaic in 19th and early 20th century buildings - by Teresa Sladen

A useful occupation - the 'opus criminale' work of women prisoners in the mid-nineteenth century - by Heike Zech, with Ilona Jesnick

Get your copy today - click here

Issues 2-8 are also available



We don't BELIEVE it!!!

At last! A modern mosaic
in Tate Modern, London!

Tate Director Sir Nicholas Serota has always said that the place for modern mosaics is the V&A  (though you’d have a job finding any modern mosaics in there).

But the Tate’s 2015 Sonia Delaunay Exhibition featured a mosaic designed by her c.1954!!

The show closed on 9th August 2015, but let's hope that this
modern-mosaic-in-Tate-Modern wasn't a one-off wonder.



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and Did You Know That?



Just in case you don't know, there are four mosaic associations you should consider joining. All are useful for contacts, exhibitions and news letters.

BAMM: British Association for Modern Mosaics

SAMA: Society of American Mosaic Artists

MAANZ: Mosaic Association of Australia and New Zealand

DOMO: German Organization for Mosaic Art

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The Man Who Came After Hyacinth Bobo


This is a novel about the Fourth Crusade, the one which ended up sacking Constantinople, the greatest city in Christendom. And why, you ask, does it feature on the Home page of Mosaic Matters? Two excellent reasons - the author is your Editor, Paul Bentley, and of course mosaic pops up now and then - there is even a description of how the Byzantines made their wall mosaics. More...









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