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a-n Magazine 2007 May - a-n The Artists Information Company
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Four South East England artists won awards in March, to enable them to undertake new public art projects.
Contents include: Istanbul and Bucharest Biennials. Call for re-appraisal of proposed Culture (Scotland) Bill, the cultural diversity debate revitalised by Richard Hylton’s new book and family values re-framed in the ‘Mum and Dad Show’ – but what connects TV’s ‘Family […]
Art should be recognised as a staple part of our everyday lives like bread, and in that respect it should be ordinary, albeit an extraordinary ordinariness, but no less essential in sustaining life.
Anna Lewis, Cathexis, mixed media installation, 2007.
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Paris San Francisco-based Hou Hanrou will curate the 10th International Istanbul Biennial.
At a time when over half of those surveyed by Arts Professional confirmed that diverting funds from the arts to the Olympics would not bring benefits to the arts in the longer term, Arts Council England has now come clean and announced intentions to cut the Grants for the Arts budget by one third.
In December 2006, Guyan Porter began a two-month residency in Sri Lanka, as one of the first of a group of six artists to work at the Chandrasavanah Creation Centre in the south of the island.
A 1991 intercity rail map re-presented to look like a tree; a sculpture that changes position with the seasons and an exhausted Mars slumped against the foliage are three of the works short-listed for the 2007 Jerwood Sculpture Prize.
Cultural diversity is a term that has pervaded our language and thinking across all sectors of life and institutions, and its latest manifestation of citizenship is perhaps the most coercive strategy being employed by government.
Its the drive and imagination of artists that is leading major exposures on contemporary visual arts in Leeds and Stroud in May and June that both focus on location.
The opportunities available for visual and applied artists to participate in professional development programmes and develop their careers continue to expand.
Chintan Upadhyay and Bose Krishnamachari have been voicing their concerns about Indian curatorial practice through their art projects for the last few years. Considering their arguments, JohnyML says that Indian curatorial practice is going through a phase of crisis; a phase of identity crisis.
As a follow-up to his article in March a-n Magazine Terry Anderson, President of the Scottish Artists Union presents his case for a re-appraisal of the proposed Culture (Scotland) Bill.
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