Featuring the work of 5 a-n members.
40th Anniversary Features Archive - a-n The Artists Information Company
Listen to a special podcast commissioned alongside this issue of Artists Newsletter.
Fiona Curran was our featured cover artist and a review of her exhibition at MAC, Birmingham, was also included in the January 2008 issue.
Review featuring Hutchison’s video work The English Tourist and the Oslo Agreement.
Zarah Hussain also featured on the cover of the October 2004 issue of a-n Magazine.
Rachel Maclean discusses her Venice Biennale work Spite Your Face in this Q&A from May 2017.
Eksts’s video Essex Boulevard was among the works included in this group show celebrating London’s Essex Road.
Download and print Jeremy Hutchison’s poster artwork. Presented alongside the publication of Artists Newsletter #4: The 2010s.
Download and print TOTALLER’s poster artwork. Presented alongside the publication of Artists Newsletter #4: The 2010s.
Download and print Nora Silva’s poster artwork. Presented alongside the publication of Artists Newsletter #4: The 2010s.
The final print issue of a-n Magazine included a wrap around cover of art works by David Shrigley.
David Shrigley discusses the importance of art for health and wellbeing and how social media is “a forum, like an exhibition or a book.”
Zarah Hussain discusses the impact on her practice of technological change and social media, and reflects on events of 2020.
Tai Shani discusses the need for change around artists’ pay and the “ethical gap between artists and institutions.”
Ryan Gander considers the changes to the “value system” of the arts over the last two decades.
Prem Sahib outlines the changes he’s experienced as an artist over the last decade and the “power of refusal” in the role of art.
George Shaw remembers the excitement and optimism of graduating in the late 1990s and considers “the role of an artist as a truth teller”.
Introducing the fourth and final set of conversations in our 40 Years 40 Artists series of artist interviews.
Amy Gear and Daniel Clark, founders of Gaada in Shetland, describe how they are “creating an art world on an island.”
Rachel Maclean considers national identity and how “artists can help establish a more critical vantage point on how we read and consume images”.
Gina Birch reflects on her career, from founding post-punk band The Raincoats to falling “hook, line and sinker for paint”.
For our final anniversary publication, Holly Willats explores how social media became a game changer for artists’ practices.
Review of Bedwyr Williams exhibition Nimrod at Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool.
Simon Morrissey cuts to the chase with Cornelia Parker and finds out how she has fought commercial pressures to follow her own artistic agenda.
Contemporary re-enactment, art event or memorial? David Butler gives an insider account of Jeremy Deller’s ambitious Artangel Times commission.