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Exhibition highlights featuring a-n members, including Kevin Hunt’s first solo show in Plymouth, plus care, repair and reuse at Somerset House.
Blackpool-based artist and founding director of Abingdon Studios Garth Gratrix is one of 25 Fellows from the UK and Ireland and four International Fellows who will embark on the Clore Fellowship programme this autumn in its eighteenth year.
Exhibition highlights from across the UK featuring a-n members, including Walker & Bromwich in Perth and sculpture in Chichester Cathedral.
Liam Hevey discusses making environmental activist stories visible and the frustrations of being a Marxist creative.
Exhibition highlights across the UK with work by a-n members including Rhea Dillon and Paloma Proudfoot’s sculptures on a London rooftop.
The just-published 46-page guide includes ‘Class of 2022’, a celebration of the work of this year’s graduating artists, exploring the ideas, processes and ambitions of 18 students from across the UK, plus insight from both graduating students and lecturers.
Showcasing work by a-n members including Sonia Boyce’s Golden Lion-winning pavilion in Venice and Jen Southern’s river-like installation in Cheshire.
180 artists and freelancers working in the visual arts have been awarded a share of £246,882.
Highlighting work by a-n members including Katie Paterson and Ryan Gander’s glass commissions in Sunderland, plus drawing in Dundee.
Exhibitions by a-n members Barbara Walker and Clémentine Bedos, plus an International Women’s Day celebration in Southampton.
Exhibitions and events from a-n members, plus other major shows, including British Art Show 9 and Jerwood Art Fund Makers Open.
Artists Bursaries 2021: Time Space Money recipients announced.
“Like all cultural producers, I’ve been pushed to re-invent what I do.” Jasmina Cibic discusses the challenges and achievements of 2021.
Liverpool based artist Emily Speed‘s work explores the relationship between people and buildings and in particular the body and its relationship to architecture. She discusses what she has achieved over the last 12 months, including her first major solo exhibition […]
Alice Wilson is a London based artist exploring notions of home and shelter as a way of understanding relationships to space and place. Her practice has developed through engagement with participatory processes as well as negotiations of site. Her current […]
London based artist Karl Bielik‘s paintings have been in numerous high profile exhibitions, including John Moores Painting Prize, RA Summer Show, and The Marmite Prize. He is a member of Contemporary British Painting and is the Founder and Director of […]
2021 has been an exciting year for Bath based artist and a-n member Hannah Murgatroyd. The restrictions that lockdown imposed provided an opportunity to pause and reflect, leading to substantial changes in her approach to painting. She embraced a more […]
a-n Artists Council member Jasleen Kaur lives and works in London. Her practice involves working with sculpture, video and writing, and explores the malleability of culture and the layering of social histories within the material and immaterial things that surround […]
In the second in a series of conversations with the Shape Arts’ Transforming Leadership programme cohort of 2020-2022, Shape CEO David Hevey speaks with Poppy Nash about making radical textiles, embedding lived experience into her work, and the importance of craft-activism.
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Exhibitions and events from a-n members, plus other major shows, including Zarah Hussain’s solo show at Rugby Art Gallery.
Artist and a-n member Emma Talbot discusses her Max Mara Art Prize for Women residency in Italy. Interview by Laura Davidson.
Continuing our focus on the Royal Academy of Art’s Summer Exhibition 2021, we explore the work of 8 more a-n members included in the show.
‘The British Invasion’ exhibition has just opened in Blackburn as part of this year’s British Textile Biennial. Anneka French spoke to the show’s curator Alex Zawadzki and two of the three exhibiting artists, Jamie Holman and Jasleen Kaur, all a-n members, ahead of the opening.