A Woman’s Place (semiotics of the domestic) became a celebration of a female presence among International artists to form dialogues and expand practices employing collaborative exchanges. The performance became an enduring display of women surrounded and embracing metal (iron) and object […]
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The Turner Prize-winning artist had claimed the powerful American ‘gun rights’ group had used images of his work Cloud Gate in a promotional video without his permission.
Covering two decades of an essential period of black empowerment in American civil rights history, Tate Modern’s ‘Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power’ is provocative and powerful. Fisun Güner reports.
Making a little van into a shiny aluminium ‘spaceship’ in three weeks for the annual parade.
The pioneer of pop art, known for his boldly scaled painted montages of commercial imagery, died on Friday in New York City.
The just-opened ‘Abstract Expressionism’ exhibition at the Royal Academy chronicles a key moment in 20th century art, presenting some of the period’s most iconic works. Fisun Güner reflects on the significance of this last great age of the artist as hero and tortured genius.
Or the Little show that could. I have learnt something so it might be of interest to other artists. ‘Undercover Flipbooks’. This was a show in Darlington library where I commissioned 12 artists to create flip animations in a book […]