This week’s snapshot of international art action takes us to Trondheim, Vienna, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Paris.
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Emerging visual artists Leah Capaldi and Andrew Cranston are among the six recipients of the £10,000 awards.
A new, historically sensitive space at Edinburgh’s former City Observatory on Calton Hill expands Collective’s programme of Scottish and international work.
Polly Staple, director of Chisenhale Gallery in London’s East End, has been awarded the £25,000 Genesis Award for mentoring in the arts.
In a move that aims to emphasise its history as a membership organisation, London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts is to reintroduce its £1 Day Membership scheme.
Following a £1.4million expansion project, Delfina Foundation re-opens its doors with The Politics of Food, a four-year residency project exploring ways creative process and practice can address issues around food, agriculture and the environment.
All a-n’s UK Artist + AIR members get free, specially tailored public and products liability insurance with their annual membership. Here, a-n’s Director outlines why making sure you’re properly covered is essential for every practising artist.
For this week’s must-see shows, we’re wrapping up warm in London, getting immersed in a fictional 70s exploitation movie in Manchester, and enjoying a comprehensive survey of British Land Art in Coventry.
This week our global snapshot takes us to The Netherlands, San Francisco, Poland, Italy and Shenzhen in China.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport publishes new figures showing that the UK’s creative industries are bucking the economic trend.
Christopher Paul Daniels, Mat Fleming and Dennis Isou receive digital and moving image residency awards for pilot research and development programme.
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave follows BAFTA nominations and Golden Globes success with nine Oscar nominations.
For the latest instalment in our series, Tim Clark considers the carefully fabricated world of Robert Zhao Renhui, whose pairings of photographs and text blur fact and fiction to address our lack of regard for the natural environment.
Hotel Elephant’s recent move from the Heygate Estate to Newington Causeway in South London sees the launch of its first shop and café, along with studios, a gallery and projection room within 15,000 square feet of warehouse space.
A Turner Prize winner and three former nominees make up the selection panel for this year’s open platform aimed at final-year students and recent graduates from UK art schools.
As the Jerwood Open Forest competition moves to its next stage with an exhibition of five proposals opening in London, an additional £30,000 commission prize has been announced thanks to new support from Arts Council England.
This week, representatives from across the fields of labour, sociology, economy, law, and arts administration, come together in New York to write the policy for W.A.G.E. Certification.
Arts Council England has set out its agenda for arts investment for 2015-18, and alongside an announcement that the National Portfolio Organisation budget will combine Lottery funding with government grant-in-aid for the first time, ACE also says it is expecting NPOs to pay artists fairly.
For this year’s London Art Fair, Edel Assanti gallery has been invited to guest curate Photo50, focusing on the distinction between the material and the digital. We catch up with co-director Jeremy Epstein to learn more about the aesthetic dialogues they plan to draw out and the huge changes they are witnessing in the medium of photography.
From two-channel video work at the Northern Gallery For Contemporary Art, Sunderland, to an installation comprising sculpture and painting in a small gallery near Glasgow, this week’ selection is eclectic and intriguing.
A House of Commons Select Committee has opened an inquiry into the work of Arts Council England and its regional funding policies.
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave wins Best Film award at the Golden Globes.
Three artists have been shortlisted for the seventh annual Liverpool Art Prize.
For our first snapshot of 2014 looking at what’s happening globally in the art world, we visit Italy, Denmark, Hong Kong, Sweden and Singapore.
The Connect10 shortlist, matching artists with heritage and arts venues for Museums at Night events in May 2014, has been unveiled, ahead of two weeks of public voting beginning next week.