In 2001 Zarina Bhimji wrote in [a-n] MAGAZINE about preparing to make her first film. Out of Blue, created for and premiered at Documenta 11, is currently being shown at Tate Britain. Here, Manick Govinda describes how a series of timely awards gave Bhimji the freedom to develop new work.
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Recent developments at the APT studios and gallery at Creekside in Deptford are establishing it as one of the most exciting artists’ workspaces in London. And artist-run Temple Arts Group in Bethnal Green is establishing links between the London art community and residents in the East End.
Artist-run Temple Arts Group (TAG) is based in Bethnal Green, east London. The six members James Dean, Samantha Denny, Helena Koumbouzis, Rebecca Odgers, Kate Williams and myself are all practising artists from a variety of disciplines including sculpture, […]
Aikaterini Gegisian examines the art scene of south east Europe.
New York is arguably the world’s art capital. In a special four-page focus Jessica Crombie looks into internships and Karen Guthrie investigates activity beyond the commercial gallery scene.
Down town Regardless of your artistic persuasion the New York art scene is probably the most seductive in the world, with the possibility of wealth and influence promised by the American art dream. As someone whose artistic and curatorial interests […]
Linda Ball explores how artists, makers and desgners can find work outside their artform.
UK photographer Simon Norfolk is amongst the four finalists for this year’s Citibank Photography Prize. Jitka Hanzlova (Czech Republic/Germany), Bertien van Manen (Netherlands) and Juergen Teller (Germany/UK) were also selected from eighty nominations by Frits Gierstberg, (Netherlands Photo Institute), Paul […]
SSW (Scottish Sculpture Workshop) is an organisation that has always focused on artists and artistic processes. Located in rural north east Scotland it offers accommodation as well as workspace and has often been used by artists to pursue a period […]
The shortlist for this year’s Jerwood Sculpture Prize, worth £25,000 as a commission, reflects the independence of mind of artists who have graduated from art school within the last fifteen years. In keeping with the spirit of the competition, the […]
Since 29 January, London’s Chisenhale Gallery has been transformed into a fully functioning employment agency, one that caters only for spare time positions. Ella Gibbs’ project is a new commission for Chisenhale and is based on a standard job centre, […]
Simon Webb talks to artists from across the UK about drawing and its place within their practice
Lars Bang Larsen’s discussion of visual art extends beyond new sites and contexts to ask questions of how art meets the idealogical spaces of politics and mass media – and how behaviour has become aesthetic.
From his favourite café on the busy ‘Cally’ Road, London, Richard Wentworth takes Stéphanie Delcroix safely on his journey to the other side of the street.
Now in its third year, Art At The Centre enlists artists to work within city-centre developments, Rosemary Shirley investigates.
Anecdotal Cardiff is an artist-initiated project produced in collaboration with Artworks Wales under the Good Ideas residency scheme. The project brief invited artists to construct and set-up their own residency with a host organisation before approaching Artworks Wales for up […]
In 1999 after living in London for twelve years my family and I moved to Portsmouth.
The project I am currently working on is filmed in one of the BBC’s open-plan offices, an indirect result of the exposure involved in participating in ‘Beck’s Futures’ this year.
Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey
25 January 5 March
8 February 29 March
Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin
6 January 22 March
ACE document from 2003 highlighting the value of open studios for artists, audiences, local arts and economic and social developmental strategies.
£40 million was awarded to the development of Creative Partnerships through the Arts Council of England as part of the Government’s 2000 Comprehensive Spending Review. The two-year pilot programme that began in April 2002 will run to March 2004. The […]
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) has recently announced an uplift of more than £10m following the announcement of an extra £18m for the arts over three years from the Department of Culture, Arts & Leisure. Distribution of the […]
Introduction to different kinds of residencies and what they have to offer for creative and career development.