Sarah Bodman is enthralled by the Newcastle-based artist’s tactile and poetic adventure in braille, ahead of the publication of his new artist’s book, and for you (love).
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A selection of the week’s best shows, including: Emma Kunz’s abstract drawing at the Serpentine Gallery, London, Filip Markiewicz’s installation dealing with the crisis of Europe at CCA, Derry, plus Hew Locke’s exploration of the languages of colonial and post-colonial power at Ikon, Birmingham.
More News In Brief: Emilija Škarnulytė announced as winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2019, plus Van Gogh exhibition opens after Tate gives assurances to Dutch galleries that loaned works would not get stuck in chaotic post-Brexit UK.
Unlimited Commissions offer four different types of award that will help support the development of new artistic work by disabled artists.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions in Lower Padley in The Peak District National Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, London, Oxford and Leeds, all taken from a-n’s Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
With a practice that conducts ‘non-expert’ skilling-up to streamline execution, Nicola Ellis is able to engage with the problems and solutions of sculpture in relation to material choice and the subversion of industrial processes. Richard Taylor finds out more.
Announcing the recipients of this year’s a-n Artist Bursaries, which offer awards of £500-£1,500 to a-n Artist members wishing to undertake self-determined professional development over the coming year.
More News In Brief: Tate Modern revealed as the UK’s most visited museum in 2018; Jerwood Gallery to relaunch as Hastings Contemporary in July; works by artists including Manet, Picasso and Cézanne temporarily renamed after black subjects for Paris exhibition.
A selection of the week’s best shows, including: Akram Zaatari’s video work at Modern Art Oxford, collage at Project Ability in Glasgow, plus Barbara Hepworth at St Albans Museum and Gallery.
More News In Brief: Venice launches first permanent art district on Giudecca island; study finds museums in US still failing with artist diversity; Nomura Art Award to offer US$1m prize to ‘nurture creativity in contemporary art’.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in London, Swanscombe, Middlesbrough and Ipswich, all taken from a-n’s Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
South Essex’s only publicly-funded gallery for contemporary visual art has appointed Katharine Stout, deputy director at London’s ICA, as its new director.
Proposals by Lincolnshire County Council to turn the Usher Gallery into an events and wedding venue are attracting widespread opposition, including from Lincoln City Council.
More News In Brief: National Portrait Gallery rejects £1m grant from Sackler Trust; Donald Trump makes another attempt to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Nigerian-born curator and writer, who curated both Documenta and the Venice Biennale, and was artistic director at Munich’s Haus der Kunst from 2011-2018, has died aged 55.
A selection of the week’s best shows, including: subversive humour and entertainment value from the Chicago Imagists at Goldsmiths CCA, London; popular culture and historical paranoias at Mostyn, Llandudno; plus a century of the Bauhaus at Nottingham Lakeside Arts.
More News in Brief: New £150,000 grant to ‘embolden’ museums goes to Manchester’s Whitworth and Van Abbemuseum; Sheela Gowda awarded 2019 Maria Lassnig Prize; Culture ministers from 16 German states agree to repatriate artefacts looted in colonial era.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and publication launches in Cardiff, West Yorkshire, London and Newbury, all taken from a-n’s Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
The new gallery designed by 6a architects has more than doubled its exhibition space and includes a sequence of new public spaces in and around the new gallery, plus a large learning and community studio. Jack Hutchinson reports from Milton Keynes.
More News in Brief: Italian galleries and collectors pledge support for contemporary art as right-wing government slashes art funding; New York’s Performa launches online platform for streaming new and archive performance art.
Tate Modern director Frances Morris said the New York-based artist, who is known for her work addressing issues of race, gender and violence, “fearlessly tackles some of the most complex issues we face today”.
The artist Richard Billingham came to prominence in 1996 with the photo series Ray’s a Laugh, which documented the chaotic life of his alcoholic father and violent mother in a Black Country tower block. Now he’s made a feature film, Ray & Liz, about his early family life. Fisun Güner talks to him.
A selection of the week’s best shows, including: Anya Lewin’s haunted memories of Jewish life at John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, Freya Dooley’s multi-channel sound installation at Eastside Projects, Birmingham, plus influential feminist artists, activists and collectives question patriarchal systems at Backlit, Nottingham.
Titled ‘May You Live In Interesting Times’, 79 artists will feature in the 58th International Exhibition at this year’s Venice Biennale.
More News in Brief: All of Leicester’s museum curators made redundant; Activists demand New York’s MoMA divest from private prisons and weapons manufacturers; plus Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum rethinks famed display of shrunken heads.