One of Mark Rothko’s Seagram murals at Tate Modern has been vandalised.
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The fifth edition of Brighton’s bold and innovative photography festival – ‘Agents of Change’ – opens to the public tomorrow.
We report from the opening of the fifth Artes Mundi prize in Cardiff, featuring seven international artists including Tania Bruguera, Phil Collins and Teresa Margolles.
What can a new publication from the National Endowment for the Arts in the USA tell us about how art works?
New Work Network programme an after-hours event at Tate Britain to explore the role of memory in creating artistic legacy.
Sarah McCrory, formerly of Frieze Projects, has been announced as the new director of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art.
The fifth annual Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair runs from 4-7 October and features over 150 exhibitors plus, for the first time, a talks series.
This year’s Turner Prize exhibition has opened at Tate Britain with a fanfare of publicity.
The third in a series of international events exploring fine art practice in the digital domain.
As part of the council-supported Cardiff Contemporary festival, g39 gallery is highlighting the creativity of artist-led activity.
As The Manchester Contemporary art fair gets underway, we take a tour and talk to some of the galleries taking part this year.
Everything must go at Liverpool’s Static gallery, but, as director Paul Sullivan explains, this is not a closing down sale.
With two art fairs to choose from in Manchester this weekend, we preview The Manchester Contemporary which offers a critically engaged programme curated by artist-led gallery The International 3.
A new home for Edinburgh Printmakers and the expansion of Cove Park artists’ centre are among the projects receiving major investment from Creative Scotland.
The six artists shortlisted for this year’s £30,000 Threadneedle Prize, chosen from the 153 works featured in the exhibition, have been announced.
Art Across the City is an exhibition of contemporary art across Swansea. Project manager Gordon Dalton and artist David Marchant discuss this celebration of publicly-sited work.
A new public realm exhibition organised by CCA Derry-Londonderry provides an alternative path through the city.
Tributes flood in for Michael Stanley, the well-regarded Director of Modern Art Oxford.
We report from the opening of this ambitious curatorial project, which explores the complex and often problematic relationship between nature and culture.
A speaker from New York’s W.A.G.E. campaign joined Glasgow-based artists this week to talk about the ‘non’ payment of artists’ fees. a-n reports from Glasgow.
With a few days to go before 2012 nominations close, we hear from two of last year’s recipients, visual artists Tom Goddard and Laura Wilson.
Arts funding body Creative Scotland has been scrutinised by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee, with representatives from Scotland’s visual arts sector giving evidence.
A residency project at Glasgow’s Market Gallery is tackling the weighty subject of community engagement, but with the lighter and insightful touch of an artist’s practice.
The Collaborate Creatively event, organised by a-n, used role playing to consider issues of collaboration. One of the participants reports.
From an orchestra of 100 electric guitars in the Anglican Cathedral to cakes and coffee in a bakery in Anfield, Liverpool Biennial continues to be a welcome guest in the city.