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Working internationally: no reputation without representation?

Working internationally is key to the development of many artists’ practice, but without gallery representation the hurdles are considerable. With the 55th Venice Biennale soon to open, we speak to three artists – including one showing in Venice – about the challenges of working abroad without a gallery, and also get the views of an independent curator.

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Stefanos Tsivopoulos
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Venice Biennale: a selective process

The Venice Biennale is the world’s biggest and most important international art event. But how do the exhibiting artists get chosen to represent their country at the national pavilions or collateral exhibitions and how does the process differ from one country to the next? We take a look and find that, although in differing forms, the open call is becoming increasingly popular.

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Masato Nakamura
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Artist as leader: Masato Nakamura, Japan

For the latest part of his Artist as leader research, Joshua Sofaer meets Masato Nakamura. The founder-director of 3331 Arts Chiyoda arts centre in Japan discusses leadership as a collaboration and his efforts to both challenge and collaborate with existing art world structures.

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Conference report: What Next? – a movement in the making

The What Next? conference in London on 29 April brought together some 650 arts professionals as part of a new movement to reassert the value of the arts in society. Kwong Lee, Director of Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, shares his thoughts on the day.

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What the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act means for visual artists

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act was granted royal assent at the end of April 2013, establishing a new Competition and Markets Authority and making several important changes regarding copyright that directly affect visual artists. DACS (Design and Artists Copyright Society) gives its response to the Act.

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