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Oxford House | Sky AdSmart
Oxford House Motion Pictures is partnering with Sky AdSmart in Oxfordshire to offer localised TV advertising for any business no matter how large or small. AdSmart makes TV advertising accessible to almost all businesses, with packages starting form as little as £3,000. You now have the ability to take your video production literally to the next level, running it on one of the strongest, most talked about platforms out there, side by side with the best shows on TV. Feel free to pop us a message to enquire further about the possibility of advertising on TV with Sky AdSmart.
Pye Homes | Hanborough Gate | Main Commercial NO TEXT
Perfectly poised on the edge of Long Hanborough, this collection of new homes is waiting for you at Hanborough Gate. Choose from a selection of quality family homes in a village setting with the Oxfordshire countryside, thriving market towns and the city of Oxford on your doorstep.
Cecily Brown | Blenheim Art Foundation
Blenheim Art Foundation will unveil a major solo exhibition by acclaimed British artist Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace. This will be the first exhibition in the Foundation’s programme to be comprised entirely of new work created in response to the Palace, and the first devoted to contemporary painting. Considered one of the foremost painters of her generation, Brown is best known for her large-scale, vivid, gestural paintings which toy between abstraction and figuration in turn. For this exhibition, Brown is developing a significant new body of work responding to Blenheim Palace’s history as an English country estate and as the home to successive generations of the Spencer-Churchill family and their world-renowned permanent collection of paintings, tapestries and decorative arts. Providing charged re-interpretations of pastoral imagery, hunting scenes and bucolic Victorian fairy painting, Brown – who has been based in the US for the last 25 years – offers an international perspective on her British heritage, critically and sensually exploring the nostalgic fantasies of the British stately home in the popular imagination. Brown’s works evoke a dream-like vision of the past, reflecting on the Palace’s artworks as symbols of power and influence, their images and narratives still informing perceptions of Britain today.