Details of the 15th annual pavilion at London’s Serpentine Gallery, which is this year designed by Madrid-based architects SelgasCano, reveal a polygonal structure covered in a translucent, multi-coloured fabric membrane.
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ISIS Arts in Newcastle has just launched Corners, a major European-wide collaborative residency and exhibition programme that will see 30 artists and producers arrive in the North East of England during March.
2 – 30 March 2015 Liz West’s new work Subjective Mixtures #1 created in situ for the Bloc Billboard on Jessop Street, Sheffield. West explores drawing as something not confined to two dimensions. During the creation of her work, whether making […]
The west of England sculpture trail has announced it will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2016 with a series of new temporary and permanent commissions.
As we all try and combat the January blues (again), I find it a useful pick-me-up to reflect on the previous year hoping that it will serve up some interesting revelation. 2014 was a productive year for me; I entered […]
Inspired by its location on a busy junction along Essex Road, north London, Tintype gallery is hosting eight newly commissioned film works in its window space over the holiday season. Gallery director Teresa Grimes and artists Suki Chan and George Eksts explain.
Lowcs International has awarded commissions to two artists, Liam Aitken and Rich White, following the Swansea-based organisation’s second annual Public Art Open Submission competition.
The £40,000 Contemporary Art Society Annual Award for an artist working within a museum has been won by Nathaniel Mellors in partnership with Preston’s Harris Museum.
Stewart Home, Laure Prouvost and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye feature in the MIRRORCITY newspaper edited by the Booker Prize-nominated author Tom McCarthy, to accompany the Hayward Gallery’s exhibition of the same name.
Former Edinburgh Napier graduate, Alicia Bruce, has been named as the recipient of the £5,000 RSA Morton Award 2014 towards researching and developing a new body of photographic work.
Beyond Space was commissioned by Eden Arts for Kendal Calling Festival Woodland Arts Trail. Funded by Arts Council England. Mulitcoloured clusters of fluorescent bulbs hung high in the trees above visitors heads, glowing with an array of hues and saturating […]
Artist Rosie Emerson has created the world’s largest cyanotype photograph – measuring over 46 square metres – as part of the Hackney WickED Art Festival.
Students at University of the Arts London have launched a petition calling on the university to scrap a 20% commission on sales of work at degree shows.
Lucy Clout and Marianna Simnett have been announced as winners of the £20,000 Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards: What Will They See of Me?
Suspended from the station’s Grade 1 listed Barlow Shed roof, David Batchelor’s newly commissioned public art work is unveiled at London’s St Pancras International as part of the latest Terrance Wires installation.
A £10m programme to commemorate three key dates from the first world war will see new works by Anya Gallaccio, Richard Wentworth and Carlos Cruz-Diez.
Isa Genzken, Wim Delvoye, Susan Hiller, Amar Kanwar, Shilpa Gupta and Tris Vonna-Michell are among the artists announced to take part in the 2014 Edinburgh Art Festival programme.
Yoko Ono, Andy Goldsworthy and Pablo Bronstein are among the internationally renowned artists commissioned for the third edition of Folkestone Triennial.
A skeletal, riderless horse and a 10-metre-high thumbs up are confirmed as the latest works to take their place on the Fourth Plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square.
LOCWS International announces its next programme of temporary public art commissions, with 13 new works from artists including Jeremy Deller, Bob and Roberta Smith and Ross Sinclair.
As the Jerwood Open Forest competition moves to its next stage with an exhibition of five proposals opening in London, an additional £30,000 commission prize has been announced thanks to new support from Arts Council England.
Leading ‘contemporary miniaturist’ Imran Qureshi has completed the latest Art on the Underground commission, celebrating 150 years of London’s underground tube network.
Artists Louisa Martin and Rachel Reupke have been announced winners of the Whitstable Biennale 2014 Open Submission Award.
The north east England-based biennial of contemporary art, film and music has announced programme details for its 2014 edition, which takes the idea of extraction as its curated theme.
The £60,000 Contemporary Art Society Annual Award has been won by Elizabeth Price, in conjuction with an Oxford-based partnership led by the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology.