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Perspective is Everything

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

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We Don’t Need Another Hero

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.

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power, suits and interventions

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.  […]

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Cornucopia

A revisited retrospective of Andrew Logan’s work in celebration of a decade since the re-launch of Ruthin Craft Centre

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Threads Micro-Residency 4th April 2018

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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The Water Margin, and the vision of SaySay.Love

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’.

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Low-Rise, High-Function

Cornelius Quabeck’s review of Ally Wallace’s residency & exhibition at the Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling, 2017.

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Glasgow International 2018: Michelle Hannah – Keener

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.

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KALEIDOSCOPE: Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art

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 […]

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Thomas Bock

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.

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Edmund Clark, In Place of Hate

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.

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