Once I was a young artist raised in the sixties and living the seventies. To the art school came the man raised in the twenties and living the Reformation; he is the assessor. He sallies forth into the studio and […]
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More News in Brief: Italian galleries and collectors pledge support for contemporary art as right-wing government slashes art funding; New York’s Performa launches online platform for streaming new and archive performance art.
Early politics (1988) Dorothea Tanning The Irish nuns in our convent favoured the term of abuse ‘ridiculous’ or ‘ridiccaless’ in their vernacular. ‘Don’t be ridiculous Rebecca’ when I questioned anything outside their dogma, tradition or values. Not being a […]
Art criticism in the 21st century
Still being ridiculous in the 21st century Early politics (1988) Dorothea Tanning The Irish nuns in our convent favoured the term of abuse ‘ridiculous’ or ‘ridiccaless’ in their vernacular. ‘Don’t be ridiculous Rebecca’ when I questioned anything outside their […]
Other News In Brief: Japanese artists Yayoi Kusama and Takashi Murakami consider legal action after Chinese company stages exhibitions featuring fake versions of their work; Brazil’s new president may thwart efforts to rebuild Rio museum destroyed in fire; digital lab shows you how to make your own Banksy-style shredder.
27 educators and artists claiming unfair dismissal have raised over half of their target, and as a thank you to supporters will run a free drawing event this Friday in London.
In my adolescence, I visited the artist, my father, in his London flat. There was a room designated for the studio; I could not smell turps or white spirit; I could not see a Francis Bacon tsunami licking the prosaic […]
The American art historian and author of the groundbreaking 1971 essay, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?, died on 29 October aged 86. Fisun Güner considers her writing’s influence and continued significance today.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: David Velasco succeeds Michelle Kuo as editor in chief of Artforum; galleries hit by wave of cyber crime; Lancashire’s Super Slow Way awarded ACE funding of £1million.
Date:March 08, 2017 at 12:00 AM
Location:South West England
Here’s a link to the Met Museums free library of downloadable Art history books.
I’m excited to unpack Barcelona in a Bag in a new blog space. Transferring from an artist’s page on FaceBook is an action imbued with mixed emotions. I’ve loved every minute of gathering a community of friends around my project […]
Venue:The Vineyard Barn
From:September 09, 2014
To:December 16, 2014