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Article in TCS, October 2008.

“Between somewhere and nowhere ” Works by Tom de Freston at the Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology Review by Pablo de Gandia If art is the exploration of humanity at its best, worst and most intimate, then Tom de Freston is definitely exploring human despair for regeneration. To forget, the cleansing experience of Lethe […]

Varsity Review- Emma Hogan

Review by Emma Hogan of ‘Between somewhere and nowhere‘ Published in ‘Varsity’– October 2008 Tucked amongst the busts and reclining classical figures in the Sidgwick Museum of Classical Archaeology lies an exhibition of Tom de Freston’s extensive work. De Freston has been awarded the 2008-2009 Christ’s College Levy Plumb visual arts scholarship, and is not […]

Artspace review by Andrew Stibbs

Recent work of Tom de Freston, Swimmer of Lethe exhibited at Stratford Gallery in May and June 2008 – Review by Andrew Stibbs Where is the borderline between abstract and figurative? In the artist’s intention or the viewer’s perception? Or can the distinction be made in terms of objective features of the finished work? The questions […]