40th Anniversary Features Archive - a-n The Artists Information Company

A nunchucks chain with the text TOTALLER SAYS inscribed on its hand grips is looped around text that reads It’s BETTER 2 BE AN US
40th Anniversary Feature

Artists Newsletter #4: TOTALLER

Download and print TOTALLER’s poster artwork. Presented alongside the publication of Artists Newsletter #4: The 2010s.

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A rectangular crate full of potatoes is suspended with skin latex from a table-like frame made from scaffold poles. Text above the structure reads I can touch with my hand and feel the plastic with my eyes closed. My hair still stands on end
40th Anniversary Feature

Artists Newsletter #4: Nora Silva

Download and print Nora Silva’s poster artwork. Presented alongside the publication of Artists Newsletter #4: The 2010s.

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: 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.”

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: Tai Shani

Tai Shani discusses the need for change around artists’ pay and the “ethical gap between artists and institutions.”

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: Prem Sahib

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.

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: George Shaw

George Shaw remembers the excitement and optimism of graduating in the late 1990s and considers “the role of an artist as a truth teller”.

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: Gaada

Amy Gear and Daniel Clark, founders of Gaada in Shetland, describe how they are “creating an art world on an island.”

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: Rachel Maclean

Rachel Maclean considers national identity and how “artists can help establish a more critical vantage point on how we read and consume images”.

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40th Anniversary Feature

40 Years 40 Artists: Gina Birch

Gina Birch reflects on her career, from founding post-punk band The Raincoats to falling “hook, line and sinker for paint”.

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Installation shot of a gallery space with art works on the walls and floor
40th Anniversary Feature

Artists Newsletter #4: The 2010s

For our final anniversary publication, Holly Willats explores how social media became a game changer for artists’ practices.

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