A selection of exhibition highlights for the week, including: Brazilian artist Jac Leirner’s first solo show in Scotland and 14th century paintings by Giovanni da Rimini at the National Gallery.
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Despite some underwhelming missteps, the fourth Folkestone Triennial is the best yet with particularly strong works by Richard Woods, Sol Calero, Emily Peasgood and HoyCheong Wong. Fisun Güner reports from the south-east coast.
Five projects from a-n members, selected from a-n’s busy Events section and including exhibitions in Birmingham, Liverpool, London, Swansea and The Netherlands.
A new online platform for selling unlimited editions will feature affordable artwork by high-profile names including Matthew Darbyshire, Santiago Sierra and Thomson & Craighead, with prices starting at just £30.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: New York’s Greenwich Village residents speak out against Ai Weiwei public art project.
As part of their travel bursary to visit Documenta 14 in Kassel, a-n members have been sharing their views on the quinquennial via a-n Reviews and Blogs. AIR Council member Joseph Young, who visited Documenta at the same time, presents a snapshot of their thoughts and reflections.
In the second of two short provocations inspired by his time as the 2016-17 Clore Visual Artist Fellow, Maurice Carlin reflects on his uneasy relationship with the art world and proposes artists think beyond the opaque and insular system of endorsement and patronage that defines it.
Narbi Price has been announced as winner of the £2,000 purchase prize for his work Untitled Yard Painting (Albert) and also receives a solo exhibition at London’s Herrick Gallery in 2018.
Crowds during Notting Hill Carnival paused to observe a minute’s silence in memory of those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire, as memorial fund set up in memory of artist Khadija Saye exceeds target.
A selection of exhibition highlights for the week, including: Alphonse Mucha in Liverpool, Anita Taylor in South Shields and Raqib Shaw in Manchester.
With participants based across England, Scotland and Wales, the 2017-18 a-n Writer Development Programme includes three workshops led by professional writers and editors beginning at Spike Island, Bristol in October.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: artist who made £30,000 faking Norman Cornish artwork told to repay £1; Arkansas gets first art school; Sagrada Familia among sites targeted by Barcelona terrorists.
This week’s selection from a-n’s busy Events section, featuring exhibitions and events posted by a-n members, includes selections from Hastings, London, Gosport and Portsmouth.
The latest DACS’ Annual Review shows a 42% increase in the number of artists benefiting from royalty payments in 2016, while the organisation says it has now distributed more than £100 million to artists and their estates since 1984.
London-based Spanish artist Maria Arceo uses installation to explore the human manipulation of the natural world. Her latest work for the Totally Thames festival features a giant footprint constructed from thousands of plastic objects found along the river. Jack Hutchinson visits her studio and discusses the environmental issues her work highlights.
Recent graduates from 16 higher education institutions in the South East region will be exhibiting in five partner galleries with the winner of the 2017 award to be announced later in the year.
A country-wide snapshot shows men remain more likely to work in senior roles, and half of BME arts workers feel their ethnicity is a barrier to success. Arts Professional’s Christy Romer reports.
Sarah Bodman previews new book works by Déirdre Kelly and Rosie Sherwood that explore our experience of place through the use of collage and mapping.
With its longstanding city-centre home about to undergo redevelopment, Rogue studio group has relocated to a former primary school building in the east of the city.
The members of the Committee, including the artist Chuck Close, have resigned en masse in a letter that condemns Donald Trump’s support of “hate groups and terrorists”.
A selection of exhibition highlights for the week, including: Sheela Gowda in Birmingham, Kate Davis in Edinburgh and Tate Modern’s ‘gut-punch of an exhibition’ documenting art in the age of Black Power.
This week’s selection from a-n’s Events section, featuring exhibitions and events posted by a-n members, includes the Museum of Contemporary Commodities, an exploration of private view etiquette, and an open studio with an ocean view.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: Baltimore removes all its Confederate monuments; London garden bridge project abandoned; new gallery and events space opens in Aberdeen.
The UK has the most highly developed arts infrastructure in the world. But, asks 2016-17 Clore Visual Artist Fellow Maurice Carlin in the first of two short provocations, imagine if it all disappeared overnight. Would it make a difference to your career? Would you still make art? And what do we want this infrastructure to do?
Shonagh Manson, director of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, is stepping down after more than eight years in the role to take up a new position with the Mayor of London.