Threads have teamed up with six partners across East Kent to increase recognition of artist-led activity in the region. Threads have curated a nine month programme of residencies, salons and crits, involving forty eight selected Artists.
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With two solo exhibitions taking place at AIR Gallery right now it has a significantly busy programming schedule. With a focus on emerging and early career artists AIR offers a much-needed resource for these artists in the North West.
Trevor H. Smith, one of eight a-n members selected for the a-n Writer Development Programme 2017-18, reviews the GI group show ‘Second Nature’ and Glasgow-based artist Sarah Forrest’s short film, Again, it objects.
Simon Tait is the editor of Arts Industry magazine, a former arts correspondent for The Times, a critic for the London Magazine and a former president of the Critics’ Circle. Here he meets artist SaySay.Love at his exhibition ‘The Matrix of Water’.
Solo show curated by ‘Departure Lounge for ‘As You Change So Do I’
Cornelius Quabeck’s review of Ally Wallace’s residency & exhibition at the Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling, 2017.
. ‘Document’ follows six East Midlands-based artists: Andrew Bracey; Geoff Diego Litherland; Jessica Harby; Kajal Nisha Patel; Tim Shore and Tracey Kershaw to capture their activities and experiences over three years.
Laura Davidson, one of eight a-n members selected for the a-n Writer Development Programme, reviews two Glasgow International exhibitions that foreground the importance of marginalised histories in our current discussions about race, class and gender.
The 80-year-old Spanish artist Esther Ferrer presented two performances during this year’s Glasgow International. Artist and writer Jessica Ramm, one of eight a-n members selected for the a-n Writer Development Programme 2017-18, was at The Pearce Institute in Govan for the MINIMAL/POOR/PRESENT event.
Rachel Magdeburg, one of eight a-n members selected for the a-n Writer Development Programme 2017-18, reviews Glasgow-based artist Michelle Hannah’s multifaceted and dramatic installation at The Savings Bank, presented as part of Glasgow International 2018.
Kim Anno Exhibition Review
Helen Kincaid … delayed rays of a star …
26 April – 19 May 2018
KALEIDOSCOPE: Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art looks at the radical changes that took place in British abstract art during the 1960s, with the use of industrial materials and vivid colour. It focuses especially on the growing cross-fertilization between […]
Why Marvin Gaye Chetwynd make me feel happy
While all the other writers chose to review the Edmund Clark exhibition at Ikon Gallery, Rachel Magdeburg decided to focus her 600-word piece on an exhibition of works by the 19th century convict artist Thomas Bock.
This is her review.
For her 600-word review following the writer development workshop at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, Jessica Ramm chose to write about Edmund Clark’s exhibition.
The Latin American House was full for the night. A mixture of Mexicans, Venezuelans, Colombians, Chileans, Argentinians, Britons and more filled the atmosphere with loud conversations heard in Spanish and English simultaneously. It was the first event of the Latinos […]
A critical review of SLOW COOKER PT IV
International, collaborative, and generative artists’ project
Somerset Art Works invited London based writer/curator Angela Kingston to review ‘In The Air’, a sound installation created by artist David Ward for Somerset Art Weeks 2017.
The new Camberwell Space inaugural exhibition A History of Drawing on the practice and teaching of drawing at the College for over 80 years.
A year long developmental project by artist Felicity Truscott supported by the National Lottery with a Grant for the Arts through Arts Council England.
A review of The New Zealand Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Arte 2017.
‘Fire and Ice’, on show at the UK’s award-winning art space for art + environment, explores nature, light and power, raising questions about energy use, over-use and climate change.
To my right as I enter the exhibition is a large dark brown-coloured rectangular object fixed to the wall. My eye is drawn to white bow-tie shapes that float-hover-drift on a grey surface, offshore of a nasal-peninsula-chef’s head emerging from […]