The three-day Institutions by Artists conference in Vancouver brought over 400 artist, curators and academics together to discuss and debate the past, present and future of artist-run organisations. We report from what was an expansive and lively international gathering.
Bedwyr Williams discusses his project for Wales in Venice 2013 at the opening of his new show Dear Both.
Research by a-n shows a continued decline in paid opportunities for artists.
Painters Joy Wolfenden and Holly Frean win top prizes.
As part of ‘Making it’ – a multi-stranded celebration of craft and creativity taking place in Winchester this weekend – Friday’s focus is on advice and guidance from professional mentors.
Previewing tomorrow’s Crowdfunding taster sessions as part of the Making it conference in Winchester.
Institutions by Artists international conference Vancouver, Canada will evaluate the performance and promise of contemporary artist-run initiatives.
At this year’s Frieze Art Fair in London, Grizedale Arts present an alternative site of consumption.
Over 100 of Scotland’s leading artists, including Turner Prize winners, have signed an open letter calling for change at Creative Scotland.
Beacon Art Projects Lincolnshire commissioned artists to create work for historic rural sites during October. We report from the launch.
One of Mark Rothko’s Seagram murals at Tate Modern has been vandalised.
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.
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.