Sarah Bodman continues her series with a look at the work of an artist whose ongoing investigation into the workings and history of Paolo Uccello’s The Battle of San Romano has inspired a number of works, with a new publication set to be showcased at this year’s Liverpool Artists’ Book Fair.
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A portrait of mother and child wins the BP Portrait Award 2017.
This week’s degree show openings include Royal Academy of Arts, The CASS at London Metropolitan University, Central Saint Martins, UAL, Show Two, Royal College of Art, City and Guilds of London Art School and Norwich University of the Arts.
The membership body identifies critical issues for the creative industries, arts and cultural education as the UK begins negotiations to leave the EU.
More updates from Instagram as a-n members visit degree shows in Bolton, Newcastle upon Tyne, London, Sunderland and Leicester, and our news editor catches the BA show at Glasgow School of Art.
Former culture and digital minister Matt Hancock’s remit is slimmed to digital, as arts and culture joins heritage and tourism under the remit of first-time minister John Glen. Arts Professional’s Christy Romer reports.
A new exhibition and free pop-up summer school from Create London and the William Morris Gallery celebrates the cultural and educational legacy of Walthamstow School of Art, which from 1957 to 1967 became a hotbed of artistic ideas and talent. Lydia Ashman talks to two of the people behind the ‘Be Magnificent’ project.
A selection of exhibitions for the week ahead, including film, photography and found footage in London. collages, drawings and paintings in Glasgow, and a video installation in Birmingham.
Five projects from a-n members, selected from a-n’s busy Events section and including exhibitions in London, Scotland, Wiltshire and Somerset.
The 24-year-old artist, whose work is featured in the Diaspora Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, lived on the 20th floor of the block.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: National Museum of China was 2016’s most popular museum and blockade of Qatar threatens cultural institutions.
Northumberland-born artist Peter Hanmer receives £6,500 to develop new work at site situated between Newcastle and Hexham.
This week’s degree show openings include Goldsmiths, Chelsea and Wimbledon in the capital plus shows in Leeds, Aberdeen and Weston-super-Mare.
Taking place every ten years, for 2017 Skulptur Projekte Münster presents work by an international line up of around 35 artists who present work in public spaces and museums across the city. Artist and senior lecturer in fine art at the University of Worcester S Mark Gubb reports.
For the Post-election breakfast session as part of a-n’s Assembly Bristol event, four speakers discussed issues that ‘can sometimes mean having to have a difficult conversation’. Prior to this, facilitator Rivca Rubin asked those assembled to spend a few minutes reflecting on the outcome of the election. Here we report some of those reflections.
After launching for the first time in Athens in April, the quinquennial art exhibition Documenta 14 has just opened across 35 venues and numerous outdoor sites in its home city of Kassel, Germany. Ten a-n artist members, who visited Kassel with the support of an a-n Travel bursary, pick their top three works from the vast city-wide programme.
Following a busy week of degree show openings across the UK, we catch up with the latest a-n Instagram takeovers that saw a-n members posting from Bristol, London, Salford, Manchester and Edinburgh.
The new one-year pilot scheme has been developed in partnership between the department of social protection and the department of arts, heritage, regional, rural and Gaeltacht affairs, in consultation with Visual Artists Ireland and The Irish Writers Centre.
A selection of exhibitions for the week ahead, including ceramics and tapestry in London and a group show curated by a Turner Prize winner in Swansea.
This week’s selection from a-n’s Events section, featuring exhibitions and events posted by a-n members.
Now in its third year, the Antiuniversity Now festival features over 100 free events and workshops taking place across the UK. Pippa Kozserek talks to co-organisers Shiri Shalmy and Emma Winch.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: Creative Time director steps down and property manager and creative director of Oakland’s Ghost Ship artist residence charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Theresa May’s snap election gamble has spectacularly failed with the Tories now without a majority in parliament – and artists have been responding to the election result.
Artists Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta are recipients of the fifth edition of the Jerwood/FVU Awards, providing them with funding to develop new moving-image works.
We pick five of our favourite artist responses to the general election that have been featured on Instagram, including a print at home poster and a game pitching Corbyn vs May.