The first major show of Patrick Heron’s work for 20 years has toured from Tate St Ives to Turner Contemporary, where it’s joined by previously unseen work
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The full review of the parallel shows, ‘Systems of Philosophy – Wall(paper)s of Mind’ (Annett) which look at the role of ‘paper’ in the contexts of international ‘soft power’ and encryption technology. Supported by Arts Council England.
The work tours to France in December.
A review of Alex Billingham’s Ashes To Ashes.
“Salons of the same quality as we witnessed on 20th April 2018 in Margate are the reason why these gatherings of restless creative minds generate so much energy and collective knowledge.”
Newspaper coverage of my art exhibition August/September 2018
Text-based art from the Golden Age of 1960s conceptual art comes to Cambridge
Taking the outdoor shoes off, dusting off the photo album, the ogling guests and that jarring Uncle – finding the familiar at the 10th Berlin Biennale.
A review of exhibition ‘An Undertaking’ at St Chad’s, Shrewsbury
Written by *Mélissa Evans
REVIEW BY CLAIRE HARPER
A course for anyone interested in pushing a predominantly 2D practice into 3D in order to observe the impact this has on your thinking / research
On some encounters with defamatory portraiture and miraculous microclimates.
Weeds in the cracks Manifesta12, Palermo, 2018 The planetary Garden is a concept planted in the world by the French philosopher and gardener Gilles Clement. It is this idea that took root with me during my visit to Maifesta12 in […]
Performative walk exploring the power of smell.
A review of Re-Imagine the City, a residency exhibition at Artcore, Derby. On display until 19th August 2018. Words by Lydia Grey, Images by Artcore.
Review of GSA 2018 MFA Degree Show, first published in Art Review Glasgow, Issue 3
In 2016 I attended a creative clinic led by curator and collaborator Annette Moloney. Within 10 minutes, Moloney was quoting Radiohead, and with good humour: You do it to yourself, you do… And that’s why it really hurts. […]
The tenth Berlin Biennale, titled ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero’, “…proposes a plan on how to face a collective madness; it offers a platform for collective dreaming and for action.”[i] In place of a direct curatorial theme or framework, curator […]
I applied to for a bursary to visit Manifesta 12 partly out of interests for its core themes of migration, and space/place as politically charged, especially as sites of repression, which I explored in my own work (Ghost House, Disciplinary […]
An account of ‘Sitting on a Man’s Head’ (2018), a collaboration between Okwui Okpokwasili, Peter Born and a number of Berlin-based artists at the 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, 2018
During my visit to Manifesta preview I concentrated on looking into the work undertaken by the Manifesta education department. I often work on participatory projects with outreach, learning and education departments of museums, art organisations and galleries in the UK […]
Now in its 20th year, The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is at a cross roads as it once again enters into a dialogue with the city. Curated by Gabi Ngcobo, with a curatorial team made up of Nomaduma Rosa […]
M2AIR host four children’s art residencies as part of #MadeInFoxhill, a community arts programme attached to regeneration of the Foxhill area of Bath.
June and July 2018
Final Group Show July 13th – 14th
The 10th Berlin Biennial takes inspiration from the interchangeability of the numeral X with the letter X, taking as its starting point the ambiguity created through multiplicity. X signifying an unknown variable in mathematics or the unsolved case within […]
An experience of ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero’, 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. Rossanne Pellegrino was one of 10 a-n Artist members who attended the Berlin Biennale preview.
The current, high-profile, sexual predator cases are incidental to Sally Barker’s work but the resonances ring clear. Deliberately provocative and inevitable disquieting, Barker’s work challenges the viewer to consider the role assumed by some powerful men in a patriarchal society. […]