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A fantastic week: part i

As I walked through the doors that separate ‘arrivals’ from the body of the airport I immediately spotted Ken sitting, as we had arranged, with a cup of tea at the cafe. His plane from London arrived half an hour […]

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Symposium 'The giver, the guest and the ghost: the presence of art in public realms'. General views, Oslo Pilot, 2016, Oslo. Photograph: Ane Mari Aakernes
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Oslo Pilot: the giver, the guest and the ghost

Oliver Bennett reflects on the challenges of introducing art into the public realm, following his attendance at Oslo Pilot’s symposium, as the city seeks to challenge the existing biennial format and enable new dialogues with its public space.

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alternative methods of curating exhibitions

Hi can anyone suggest to me any examples of exhibitions of art and artefact that were selected in a non-traditional way; such as how Grayson Perry selected objects for the tomb of the unknown craftsman?

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A Fresh View

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here There’s a lovely high white corridor wall just outside our studio, and Sarah suggested I put some work up. To be frank, I could do with selling something. Not just for the money, but also […]

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Rhona Taylor, Deviation
 
Painting directly on to cell walls, ceiling and floor
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Confined Spaces: exhibition turns former jail into temporary gallery

‘Confined Spaces’ is a group exhibition in the cells of the Old Gaol and Police Station at Campbeltown on the west coast of Scotland. Chris Sharratt speaks to artist and curator Rhona Taylor about the challenges of turning the 19th century building into a temporary gallery space for work by 11 artists.

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Exhibition view, 'Silent Explosion: Ivor Davies and Destruction in Art', National Museum Cardiff, curated by Ivor Davies, Judit Bodor and Nicholas Thornton as part of and AHRC collaborative doctoral award between Aberystwyth and Amgueddfa Cumry - National Museum Wales. University  © Emily O'Reilly
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Exhibition Matters

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  • Venue:
    Contemporary Galleries, National Museum Cardiff
  • From:
    February 25, 2016
  • To:
    March 10, 2016
  • Location:
    Wales
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Domesticity and Discomfort

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here The plan had been to spend another afternoon and evening in the studio. When I woke up, the slight snuffle I had assumed to be allergy related turned out to be a cold. I […]

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The role of the curator

Tracey Emin says the process of curating isn’t just about what looks good with this or that. There must be ‘an ethos – a theory – behind it; something you want to change. For Emin, it’s about finding a way […]

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Catalyst

This is an art exhibition by 6 artists who’ve used an intriguing collaborative working process over an extended period of time. The work has passed from hand to hand and interventions been made as each individual responds to what has […]

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Thinking time and curating

The second of the exhibitions that I have curated has just opened. What a steep learning curve it has been. I don’t think I understood how time-consuming it was, especially in thinking time. And so many lists! The exhibition, Things […]

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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. Photo: Marcus Leith
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A Q&A with… Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, painter

The Turner Prize nominated painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye is the latest artist to select work from the V-A-C Collection, Moscow, as part of a series of shows at the Whitechapel Gallery. She talks about her choices – works inspired by nature and including paintings, photographs and a film.

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Swings and Roundabouts

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here In my last post, I wrote of the state of flow… The ultimate creative state. In this post I write of the least creative, the most frustrating and yet the other end of the duties […]

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Curating A Future

This week I enrolled on the MA Curating course at Sunderland University. I thought it time to get something academic and art related. I struggled with the decision – do I go for an MFA, practice based – but then […]

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The Send Off

It sounds a little egocentric, I think, to non-artists, to say that I spent four hours just talking about my work to people… and yes, of course, to a certain extent it is, but it is more than that. There […]

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