The Scottish Parliament’s Culture Committee report questions the role of Glasgow School of Art as custodians of the Mackintosh Building, but the art school disputes the accuracy of some of its points.
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This week’s selection includes exhibitions, film screenings and workshops in Dover, Blackpool, Trowbridge and London, all taken from a-n’s Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
The American artist was known for her taboo-busting work around sex, gender and the body, and received a Golden Lion lifetime achievement award at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
More News In Brief: Italy performs u-turn and agrees to lend France its Leonardos for major exhibition, plus artist accuses Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art of selling off works without his permission.
The biennial exhibition features more than 200 new and recent works on paper by international artists, with all works set to go on sale from 11 March in an online auction to raise funds for Drawing Room’s exhibition, learning and publishing programme.
For her first show in England at Grand Union in Birmingham, Glasgow-based artist Lauren Gault has produced a new body of sculptural works in glass, metal and welded PVC plastic, complemented by a sound piece. Anneka French finds out more from the artist.
A selection of the week’s best shows, including: A series of four quick-fire exhibitions at KARST, Plymouth, plus Geta Brătescu’s exploration of line at Hauser & Wirth, London.
The group of 27 artists and lecturers who collectively worked for the National Gallery for over 500 years has won the case it brought to tribunal after a successful crowdfunding campaign.
More News In Brief: Maryland Institute College of Art apologises for racist past; Hertfordshire County Council reveals plans to auction 90% of the works in its collection.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in Portsmouth, Halifax, Edinburgh, Maidenhead and Birmingham, all taken from a-n’s Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
Trevor H. Smith’s project, ‘Walks With Other Artists’, is fuelled by a desire to share experience and excavate self identity. Through walking and conversations recorded in audio form the artist is realising a simpler, less conceptual approach to making accessible work. Richard Taylor finds out more.
More News in Brief: Artist and journalist Zehra Doğan released from Turkish jail after nearly three years; Mary Boone’s Manhattan galleries to close following jail sentence; all UK’s 150,000 public sculptures to be catalogued online.
Cample Line produces exhibitions and film screenings, bringing visitors to the rural location of Nithsdale in Dumfriesshire, south west Scotland. Whilst referencing the site’s industrial history, its programme also addresses the socio-economic challenges faced by local communities. Richard Taylor reports.
The Glasgow-based artist is the tenth recipient of the annual moving image prize for artists, named after the Orcadian filmmaker and poet.
A selection of the week’s best shows, including: three artists address concepts of borders at Void, Derry; Franz West’s abstract sculpture at Tate Modern; susan pui san lok’s exploration of the folklore of witchcraft at Firstsite, Colchester.
More News In Brief: New study claims 85% of artists shown in US museums are white; Ai Weiwei cut from film with producer citing ‘fear of China’; plus Skye-based art producer and commissioner Atlas announces international appointments in research and development year.
The selection of the Indonesian collective was made by Documenta’s eight-member ‘finding committee’, which includes Tate Modern director Frances Morris and Elvira Dyangani Ose, director of London’s Showroom gallery.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions in London, Portsmouth, Colchester and Grimsby, all taken from a-n’s Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) is to host Teesside University’s fine art courses with the creation of the MIMA School of Art.
London-based artist Tash Kahn carefully curates the detritus she photographs on London’s streets on her @thisladypaints Instagram. Laura Davidson enters her world of trash.
Paul Moss was the co-founder of Gateshead’s Workplace Gallery and also co-director of the Workplace Foundation, a charity set up to support emerging and under-represented artists based outside of London.
More News In Brief: Tetra Pak heirs donate £10m to Royal Academy art school; Metropolitan Museum of Art gives coffin back to Egypt after discovering it had been looted.
Inspired the writings of Italo Calvino, the ‘Six Memos’ exhibition in Liverpool brings together 20 artists from 12 European cities in the CreArt network. As Brexit draws nearer, Martin Hamblen reflects on its cruel asymmetry.
A selection of the week’s best shows, including: immersive installation by Daniel Steegmann Mangrané at Nottingham Contemporary; formative Diane Arbus photography at Hayward Gallery; the burnished ceramics of Peter Hayes at Black Swan Arts in Frome.
More News In Brief: Axel Rüger appointed new secretary and chief executive of Royal Academy; Tate Modern wins privacy case brought by owners of £4m flats; New York art dealer Mary Boone sentenced to 30 months in prison for tax fraud.