Su Grierson and Diane Maclean report on their activities as co-organisers of Looklook.
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Paulette Terry Brien reports from Ex-Teresa Arte Actual in Mexico City.
Joshua Sofaer is a live artist, writer, educator and co-director of Spread the Word, Literature Development Agency in London. He makes work in a variety of contexts which include traditional art spaces, alternative galleries and nightclubs. Sofaer received a One-to-One […]
Susan Sloan took up the post of artist-in-residence at the National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA) at Bournemouth University in January 2002 after completing an MPhil in 3D Motion Graphics and Virtual Prototyping at Glasgow School of Art. Her background […]
The first York Open Studios was held over one weekend last March and included the work of nineteen different artists over nine separate sites in York. The work featured was largely a mix of painting, printmaking and ceramics with many […]
The ‘Discerning eye’ exhibition is unique in two ways. Firstly, with a size limitation of 20″x20″, it is the largest contemporary exhibition of small works in the UK. Secondly, all the works in the exhibition are chosen according to the […]
Artists’ story: Michael Dan Archer
My watercolours came about when I realised how traditional perceptions of art can be.
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 1 June – 1 September
Site Gallery, Sheffield 8 June – 20 July
Contemporary Applied Arts, London 14 June – 27 July
The Land and the Samling programme reached a climax in July when sixty young people from schools and colleges in north east England worked alongside professional artists at Kielder Forest, Northumberland. The result of a creative partnership between the Samling […]
A book celebrating the extraordinary work of Welfare State International, written by founder John Fox, was launched in July. Established in 1968, Welfare State made their name with groundbreaking events such as ‘The Raising of the Titanic’ in a London […]
Following a successful pilot last year, the Yorkshire Open Biennale will be a regular fixture from 2003. Organised by Wakefield Art Gallery and Wakefield Artsmill this biannual event will offer a two-stage exhibiting opportunity for artists in the region. The […]
The APT Gallery reopened recently after substantial refurbishment and has now embarked on a dynamic programme of exhibitions. First off was a group show curated by Leila Galloway and Roxy Walsh entitled ‘Ten days in Deptford’. This coincided with the […]
Benedict Carpenter’s sculpture for this year’s Jerwood Sculpture Prize was unveiled in June at the Jerwood Sculpture Park, Worcestershire. The bronze sculpture entitled Universal Object, is an ambiguous figurative form derived from the famous ink blot Rorschach tests which triggered […]
The competition amongst the twelve cities bidding to host Capital of Culture for 2008 heightens, as Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton & Hove, Bristol, Canterbury & East Kent, Cardiff, Inverness & the Highlands, Liverpool, Newcastle-Gateshead, Norwich and Oxford jostle for media […]
Lucy Wilson takes a look at some of the glass and ceramic artwork being made and exhibited currently.
Tim Birch joins Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale mid-way through their three years on the road taking art to places that other galleries can’t reach.
Mark Gubb describes Derby’s newest artist-led organisation and calls for other artists to get involved.
Rosemary Shirley meets Caroline Broadhead to find out how she moved from jewellery designer to internationally acclaimed exhibiting artist.
Julie Read gives an account of her experience on a residency in the Austrian capital.
Susan Miller gives an overview of her time spent in the Spanish capital as a result of a travel award from the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation.
Deirdre King profiles LA-based artists’ initiative Raid Projects and its international activities.
Every five years the provincial German town of Kassel, one hundred miles north of Frankfurt, hosts one of the biggest events in the art world calendar. Frederika Whitehead profiles ‘Documenta 11’ and picks some of her personal highlights.