Godfrey Worsdale on artists who explore moral issues.
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Susan Jones introduces Perspectives on practice, an a-n Collection selected by Tom Burtonwood from a-n’s ‘back archive’ of publishing from the 1990s.
David Butler discusses artists and urban regeneration.
Tom Burtonwood introduces his selection of articles from a-n’s archives for Perspectives on practice, illustrating the impact a-n has had on foregrounding developments in artists’ practice and strategies.
Charles Saatchi saw one of Jenny Saville’s paintings and commissioned a series, but she believes it’s hard work and dedication that sustain her.
Anthology of reflections by artists who have experienced NAN, edited by Jane Watt as part of her review of the NAN initiative. Includes specially commissioned article ‘Creative connections’ by Susannah Silver, alongside articles from the a-n archive illuminated by Vox […]
Jane Watt on the first of two publications that give an overview of NAN activity to date (2006).
Susannah Silver catches up with artists involved in one of the first NAN Scotland events at Cove Park, and finds out about networking in rural areas.
A series of Vox box style reflections by some of the artists who have experienced NAN.
Chris Brown selects texts from the a-n Magazine archive which address and explore the impact of international experiences on artists’ practice. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf laserprint quality version [size: 3.5Kb]. Requires pdf reader.
Susan Jones introduces Beyond the UK – the fourth in the a-n Collection series – selected and edited by Chris Brown.
Chris Brown introduces his selection for Beyond the UK which considers the international aspect of artists’ practices. Fourth in the series of a-n Collections.
Chris Brown interviews Neeta Madahar on a return visit to Boston, where she studied for three years at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Shifting practice, guest edited by John Beagles and Paul Stone, takes the artist-led initiative as its starting point.
Includes introduction by Beagles and Stone and articles from Ruth Claxton, Springhill Institute, Deborah Jackson, Peter Suchin and Susannah Thompson.
From the a-n Collections series.
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Collaborative relationships series exposes the working relationships between artists and the wide range of professionals they collaborate with. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf [size: 1.28Mb]. Requires pdf reader.
ten two zero zero five is a collection of eclectic writings that are embedded within sites of specificity as defined by their subject matter.
William Davies’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Maria Fusco on artist’s books, her contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Adam Sutherland’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Sally O’Reilly’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Sacha Craddock’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Rob Wilson’s contribution to ten two zero zero five, a-n Collections.
Shifting practice is the second in the a-n Collections series, published to coincide with our 25-year anniversary. Guest edited by John Beagles and Paul Stone, it takes the artist-led initiative as its starting point.
Rohini Malik Okon introduces her selection of articles for the first a-n Collections.