Contents include: European collaboration and cultural diversity: in news a conference in Estonia, commissions for Subdoh Gupta, Rashid Rana, and comment on the 8th Sharjah Biennial. Simon Zimmerman asks if you can afford not to visit a new website on pensions for artists. PDF version [size 7.5MB]. Requires pdf reader.
a-n Magazine 2007 June - a-n The Artists Information Company
Rick Schofield, photograph from the Peer series, 2007.
Since November 2006, Arts Council England has been asking all across the land to add their views on the public value of the arts.
The 52nd Venice Bienniale that launches in June combines exhibitions of significant visual art from international artists with passeggiata and associated networking opportunities on the grandest scale for the throng of curators and artists who will assemble there. The main […]
Heroes in Transition at Nottinghams Angel Row Gallery brings some of Croatias best new artists to the UK for the first time.
Charlotte Frost discusse the Media Mates scheme.
Since graduating in 1993 I have made outdoor sculpture in my studio located on a farm in Kent.
News on Airspace Gallery, Midlands Textile Forum and Exeter Studio Project.
Adam Reynolds was a remarkable and inspiring individual. Soon after birth he was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy leaving him with a physical disability.
Film London and BBC Radio 4 are collaborating on The City Speaks, a project bringing together twelve of the capitals artist film-makers and writers to create a series of films for radio.
This toolkit takes artists step-by-step through a process to calculate an individual daily rate and prepare quotes for freelance work.
Artists Insights Coordinator Simon Zimmerman reports on a new development.
Shisha will present new site-specific events for Manchester International Festivals Manchester Firsts, through commissions for international artists Subodh Gupta and Rashid Rana.
Collaboration across the European education institutes was the theme at a recent conference in Tallinn, Estonia.
As I was chaperoned around the 8th Sharjah Biennial: Art, Ecology and the Politics of Change, the Emirate reminded me of Phoenix Arizona, but instead of US patriotism pervading, Islam sits relaxingly alongside the logos of KFC, Dunkin Donuts, Burger King, Pizza Hut, shopping malls and building construction.
Formed in 1913, the London Group developed as an alternative to the conservatism of the New English Art Club (NEAC) and Royal Academy (RA), institutions which at that time gave (some) artists an opportunity to show their work through open submission.
Worcester City Museum and Art Gallery, Worcester
24 March 5 May
Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh
21 April 2 June
Various locations, Swansea
14 April 13 May
Various locations, Birmingham
31 March 15 April
13 March 5 May
Tullie House, Carlisle
Letters in response to the recent a-n Review of Normal Flora.