a-n Magazine 2009 October - a-n The Artists Information Company

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Auto-Italia South East

Auto-Italia South East was formed in April 2007 by three artists: Amanda Dennis, Kate Cooper and Rachel Pimm. It is the name of the project, a larger network of artists, as well as the space they run in a donated building in South London.

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Artists taking the lead

From over 2,000 entries, 59 projects were shortlisted for Artists Taking the Lead. Artists get a

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Large potato clock
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Supporting artists’ work

A guide to career development and training opportunities as well as related services and resources that are designed to help artists take their practice to the next level.

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Rural report

Featuring a selection of UK’s most interesting rurally-based organisations and artists’ projects.

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Fast Track Detour
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Victoria baths

Alison Kershaw and Gill Wright recount the developments that brought art to a unique Grade II* listed building in Manchester.

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Brick Lane, London E1
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Photomonth London

London Photomonth is the only photography festival in the capital and the largest event of its kind in the UK.

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a-n Magazine October 2009

Contents include: Features include Rural report and Supporting artists’ work; In Debate Tim Joss discusses what’s holding artists back; Big picture features Ruth Ewan and in Collaborative relationships Alison Kershaw and Gill Wright profile projects at Manchester’s Victoria baths. PDF […]

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Stoke-on-Trent Tour Guide
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Bridging gaps

Interrogation Walsall that explores the impact that one artist can make in one place in one day is part of Longhouse’s annual programme, which provides professional development opportunities for artists working in the public realm.

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All the fun of the fairs

October sees the annual round of international art fairs come to London. Despite the current economic climate resulting in a smaller number of fairs this year, all the major players return and there are several discount ticket offers if you’re an AIR member.

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Bad Feeling
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Seaside special

As Turner Contemporary closes the doors at its temporary project space on Margate High Street in order to prepare for the opening of its David Chipperfield-designed building in 2011, two artist-run arts organisations in the town have received backing to maintain their programmes through this winter and next spring.

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Cultural independence

Launched at the 4th World Summit of Arts and Culture in September, a new International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) report explores the issue of independence within government arts support.

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proposal for 1479 China Plates
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1479 china plates

As part of a public art programme of temporary and permanent commissions in Combe Down village near Bath, Chris Tipping has created a map made from 788 Bone China dinner plates.

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On the cover – 2009 October

Erica Donovan, If you like this, you might also like this… (I), 25-colour silkscreen print (edition of 50) 40x40cm, 2009.

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Editorial – 2009 October

Over the last decade October has become synonymous with London art fairs, when our attention is focussed on the commercial market for visual and applied arts.

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Re Ethical Regulation

Yes, I definitely believe that art should be subject to ethical regulation. Several bad instances of abuse of animals, birds and insects come to mind in shows that I have visited. These include live frogs hopping around on a dark […]

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New Flow – A better future for artists, citizens and the state

In his illuminating recent publication New Flow Tim Joss calls for better understanding of artists across all artforms, and greater space for freedom of expression. In this passage Joss analyses what is preventing practitioners from contributing fully and meaningfully to their society.

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