Chris Sharratt, who as a freelance writer and editor has written for Frieze, the Guardian, Art Agenda, Sculpture Magazine and Art&Education and been arts editor at Metro, shares his experience and offers some top tips to consider when writing art reviews.
Critical Writing - a-n The Artists Information Company
The Marlene Dumas show at Tate Modern is inspiring artists, not only to paint and make artwork – but to write about the show. We take a look at reviews and blogs posted on the a-n site that encounter and reflect on the Tate Modern exhibition.
The a-n Collections series originally produced as printed publications with guest editors and themes including from open call for themes and contexts.
The seventh Whitstable Biennale opened on Saturday with a variety of one-off performances and a series of new film commissions. Dany Louise reports from the small fishing town on the Kent coast.
Critical commentary and contextualisation of contemporary art exhibitions across the UK and beyond. Guest selected each month from the wealth of user-generated reviews uploaded to Interface. This month’s guest selector is Maria Fusco. You can read all the reviews in full at www.a-n.co.uk/interface.
Highlighting just some of the festivals, events and exhibitions taking place across the North of England this season.
Contents include: Jane Watts reports on Brighton Symposium ‘Is Design Good for You?’; Margaret James-Barber and Buffy Klama on ‘M6-M3 Underway/Unterwegs’; Anna Dumitriu profiled; plus Nottingham/Dresden review feature ‘Don’t mind the gap’. PDF version [size 4.2 MB]. Requires PDF reader.