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a-n Magazine 2009 June - a-n The Artists Information Company
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Contents include: Emilia Telese’s analysis of a number of parallel art markets in the UK; open studio events around the UK and calls to take part; Rod McIntosh’s guide to negotiating a better rate of pay; plus Beacon co-director John […]
Tether is a Nottingham-based artist collective that forms the nucleus for a cluster of associated activity, including studios, exhibitions, off-site projects, a video programme and podcasts, even stretching to a ‘Tether’ festival.
This month’s artworld movers.
A new site-specific installation for St Martin’s Church, Colchester, The Manifestation is a unique collaboration founded on the global dialogues of Richard Layzell and Tania Koswycz and presented by Firstsite in partnership with the Colchester Arts Centre.
A remarkable place on the outskirts of Vienna, Macondo exists between an airport, a freeway and the imagination.
‘Overview’ features a new body of work by mixed media artist, Susan Kinley, made over the last three years linking themes of aerial viewpoints, boundaries and fragmentation.
Emma Lilley discusses Kate MccGwire’s work Sluice.
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Since the launch of Own Art in 2004, over
Beacon co-director John Plowman and artist Kelly Large discuss the project ‘Our Name is Legion’.
Contemporary Art Society’s latest initiative, the Annual Award for Museums, will provide
It’s great to have critical writing by Sonya Dyer on the Mobile Conference in the May issue of a-n Magazine, but can I correct some inaccuracies in her coverage?
“Sensuous, delicately crafted, beautiful” are not the typical adjectives one would normally affix to the kind of art featured in the Turner Prize.
Artist/filmmaker Anton Hecht’s new work will premier this month.
Australia’s initial hopes that it would escape the worst of the global financial crisis have vanished.
Arts Council England announced a package of measures to support artists and the arts as they battle a recessionary period.
The relationship between artists and money has always been one of contradictions and idiosyncrasies. Fine art higher education in the UK concentrates mainly on the artist’s intellectual pursuit, somewhat disconnected from any idea of financial independence.
Open studio events around the UK plus calls to take part.
Caroline Saul, Bulbous Form One, recycled plastic milk bottles, 45x45cm, 2008.
I’m sure most a-n Magazine readers have noticed the increasing frequency that they post off their exhibition opportunity submissions neatly packaged with a cheque inside. The amounts can vary dramatically and sometimes seem like money well spent.
Peckham Space is open to continuing the debate on Mobile Conference initiated by Sonya Dyer in a-n Magazine (Debate, May 2009).