Considers the international aspect of artists’ practices from the artists’ perspective.
Beyond the Uk - a-n The Artists Information Company
Chris Brown selects texts from the a-n Magazine archive which address and explore the impact of international experiences on artists’ practice. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf laserprint quality version [size: 3.5Kb]. Requires pdf reader.
Susan Jones introduces Beyond the UK – the fourth in the a-n Collection series – selected and edited by Chris Brown.
Chris Brown introduces his selection for Beyond the UK which considers the international aspect of artists’ practices. Fourth in the series of a-n Collections.
Chris Brown interviews Neeta Madahar on a return visit to Boston, where she studied for three years at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Paul Glinkowski talks to Angela Weight, Keeper of Art at the Imperial War Museum, and to some of the artists she has commissioned to make art in response to war situations.
Jen Southern and Jen Hamilton discuss their collaboration on the ‘Distance Made Good’ project.
Graham Parker on the reasoning behind Manchester’s presence at this year’s biennale.
Joanne Lee discusses the evolution of communication and collaboration strategies with Flasch – a group of artists working across northern European countries.
A regular visitor to Italy since 1981, when Alan Rogers moved there on a more permanent basis his “youthful, romantic love affair” with its warm Mediterranean light was soon replaced by the realisation that day-to-day conditions for contemporary artists were far from ideal.
Graham Taylor gives a personal account of his experience of setting up an educational initiative during his time living in Africa.