This week’s selection features abstract painting in Hastings and a photography show with a difference in Birmingham.
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Art as such is a visual world…, with sound brought into the equation, it becomes a whole new thing …. and this is what many contemporary artists who use video or sound in their work have tried to bring to […]
Nominations for the 2015 Turner Prize, which this year takes place at Tramway, Glasgow, are open until 13 April.
This week’s must-see shows range from an emotive Susan Philipsz sound installation in Birmingham to the ‘Wp Wp Wp’ of Chinook helicopters in Yorkshire.
In less than four weeks, Scotland will be voting to decide whether to become an independent nation or remain part of the UK. Chris Sharratt speaks to artists and those working in the visual arts in the country and finds thinking that runs much deeper than nationalism, oil revenues and questions of currency.
As economic sanctions bite and international condemnation continues over Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Manifesta 10 announces its programme and its curator declares that the art must go on in St Petersburg.
This week, we’re in Los Angeles, Geneva, Berlin and Roskilde for our whistlestop tour of what’s happening internationally in the world of art.
Antony Gormley, Susan Philipsz, Jonathan Harvey and David Panton are amongst the artists and arts professionals recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2014.
The Seven on Seven conference in London paired seven artists with seven technologists and challenged them to create and present something new in 24 hours. But as Lesley Taker reports, the event was as much about developing new dialogues and potential future collaborations as it was about creating ‘neat’ outcomes.
An intriguing event at the Barbican Centre sees seven artists, including Haroon Mirza, Susan Philipsz and Mark Leckey, teaming up with creative technologists to develop new ideas over the course of one day.
In the run up to Edinburgh Art Festival, Gordon Dalton speaks to some of the artists participating in this year’s tenth-anniversary edition, as well as Director Sorcha Carey about the impact of the publicly-sited commissions.
“Strongest programme yet” for EAF’s tenth anniversary features Gabriel Orozco, Lawrence Weiner, Christine Borland and Jeremy Deller.
Glasgow’s Tramway is to be the host venue for the 2015 Turner Prize, bringing the UK’s highest profile art prize to Scotland for the first time.
This year’s Turner Prize exhibition has opened at Tate Britain with a fanfare of publicity.
Culture Ministers, festival directors and artists will be discussing the international role of culture during a two-day summit at the Scottish Parliament.
As Edinburgh Art Festival opens, we take a look at the programme of new commissions that is exposing the city for audiences new and old.
Book Review, London
12 March 2012
How creative people find their inspiration. I read this article on The Guardian website today and it really stuck with me, I relate to this so strongly in the way this artist works and find myself doing the same so […]
Tate Britain, London
5 October 2010 – 3 January 2011
AIR Activists join art students and other art-activist groups in act of creative resistance at Tate Britain.
Loved watching the Turner Prize announcement on C4 last night while also keeping up with the plethora of tweets on the student protests at the Tate.This is how social media should be! News from those on the inside, and tweeting […]
Glasgow’s museums, galleries, streets, bridges and hidden spaces will showcase the work of national and international artists when Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art returns in April 2010, building on the success of the 2008 Festival.
In and around Folkestone, Folkestone
14 June – 14 September 2008
A prize pot of £65,000 was distributed to artists in April in the 2004 Beck’s Futures awards. Designed to identify and present the “most promising contemporary artists working in Britain today”, the shortlist of ten was seleced by curators Klaus […]
Work & Leisure International partners – Paulette Terry Brien and Laurence Lane – describe how their organisation has evolved over ten years of working together and with artists.