a-n The Artists Information Company » Reviews

A Fold in the river book cover
Review

A Fold in the River

A book of poetry and image, by myself and poet Philip Gross. The result of 2 years immersion in the landscape walking the rivers Taff and Frome, which produced a subtle and provocative book, questioning ways of seeing and collaboration.

0 0
Binita Walia, Emilia Telese, Modern Women film posters, Airspace Gallery. Photo: Mark Reeves
Review

Modern Women

A new exhibition and collaboration between artists Emilia Telese and Binita Walia providing commentaries and insight on how the role of women is shaped and constrained by social, economic and political contexts.

0 1
Image Courtesy of Oriel Myrddin
Review

Thin Place

A thin place is a landscape’s anomaly, where the division between this world and another is particularly thin.

0 0
Marlene Dumas - Sigmund's wife
Review

MARLENE DUMAS

A review of the Dutch painter Marlene Dumas’ new exhibition entitled The Image as Burden

0 0
Footnotes_Book
Review

Idit Nathan’s Footnotes Playing Dead

Just ten years after the start of the First World, in a shaken Germany in aftermath, Ernst Friedrich wrote War Against War!, a critique of the process of indoctrination which enabled and enables the war machine to operate. Friedrich positions […]

0 0
Review

Adventures of the Black Square

There can be very few works that are still echoing and reverberating through artistic practice a century or more after they were made. The latest show at the Whitechapel takes futurist Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square (1915) and shows just how […]

0 1
Review

Artists as Architects

When you’re having a bad day in London, I’d like to recommend my own, personal remedy, handed down from my design-obsessed hoarder of a mother: the V and A. There’s always more marble-lined nooks to explore in the place, more […]

0 2