Our regular selection of shows to see around the UK, including Lindsay Seers’ immersive virtual reality exhibition at Fabrica, Brighton, Jasmina Cibic’s mural and film work at Cooper Gallery, Dundee, and Haroon Mirza’s collaborative work with Siobhan Coen at John Hansard Gallery, Southampton.
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D6: Culture in Transit is offering the unique opportunity for two visual artists based in the North of England to participate in our transnational programme, CONTESTED DESIRES.
A selection of recommended shows including Plastique Fantastique’s fictional narratives at Southwark Park Galleries and Cy Twombly’s lesser known sculpture at Gagosian in London, plus an exploration of light at Grundy, Blackpool.
Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, this year’s Istanbul Biennial is titled ‘The Seventh Continent’, in reference to the vast mound of plastic waste in the ocean, and asks us to think about the anthropocene, climate emergency, and the end of the world or the beginning of a new one. Helen Nisbet reports.
The annual award, which offers a first prize of £10,000 towards studio costs, was created in 2013 by restaurateur Mark Hix.
Paintings that document personal relationships and domestic interiors at The Approach in London, a celebration of British sculpture at Castlefield Gallery in Manchester, and an exploration of the perception and treatment of public health at CCA, Glasgow.
This week’s recommended shows include Lucy Austin’s layered paintings at That Art Gallery, Bristol, a group exhibition of dystopian visions at Newlyn Art Gallery, plus the launch of this year’s Platform Graduate Award 2019 series of exhibitions in Oxford.
This year’s city-wide celebration of contemporary ceramic art features an expanded programme of exhibitions and increased prize money for its ‘Award’ competition for new and innovative work.
This week’s recommended shows include Kirsty Harris’ paintings of nuclear bomb tests at Vane Gallery, Newcastle, American artist Kathleen Ryan’s sculptures at New Art Gallery Walsall, and Vito Acconci at Pace Gallery, London.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions in Scunthorpe, Ludlow, Gosport, Hastings and Burton upon Trent – all taken from our busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
This week’s recommended shows include Ian Kirkpatrick’s exploration of ancient and modern mythology at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe, an exploration of British art over the last 150 years at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, plus Mandy Barker’s images highlighting the current global crisis of marine plastic pollution at Impressions Gallery, Bradford.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in Arundel, Norwich, Felixstowe, Lancaster and Newcastle upon Tyne – all taken from our busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
This week’s recommended shows include a survey of rave culture at the Saatchi Gallery, London, and a collection of ceramics at Manchester Craft and Design Centre marking the 200-year anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre.
This week’s recommended shows include Hungarian artist Dóra Maurer at Tate Modern, Mick Peter’s playful sculptural installation at Baltic, and at Firstsite in Colchester Mark Titchner’s posters developed with asylum seekers and refugees.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions in Skegness, Worthing, London, Rothesay on the Isle of Bute and Ginals in the Occitanie region of southern France – all taken from our busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
This week’s recommended shows include multidisciplinary artist Aliyah Hussain’s feminist science fiction-influenced work at HOME, Manchester, plus a career spanning survey of Bridget Riley at the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh.
This week’s selection includes exhibitions in Findhorn near Inverness, Glasgow, Newhaven, Stourbridge and Leeds – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
The Turner Prize winner and Royal Academian will help select three prize winners from 80 exhibiting artists, with the first prize offering a solo exhibition at Phoenix Gallery, Brighton.
Wed 29 Before leaving the UK I found a few architectural tours that looked worth investigation so decide today will be a day of action. I look online for alternative Plovdiv and find a map of in the city which […]
This week’s recommended shows include an exploration of Stanley Kubrick’s design process at the Design Museum in London, plus James N. Kienitz Wilkins’ moving image work at Spike Island, Bristol.
This week’s selection includes performance events and exhibitions in Farnham, Birmingham, London, Edinburgh and Cromford in Derbyshire – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
This week’s recommended shows include Manon de Boer’s moving image work at LUX, London and an exploration of how creative spaces helps shape artists at Fabrica, Brighton.
This week’s selection includes events, publication launches and exhibitions in Frome, Leicester, Bristol, Whitby and London – all taken from a-n’s busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by members.
The Hong Kong artist and self-taught animator who last year won the inaugural Camden Arts Centre Emerging Artist Prize discusses his new show at the venue, the narratives behind his work, and the benefits of living a nomadic existence.
What a time to be alive, my friends! Shinichi Sawada Untitled (72), 2018. Photo by Ellie Walmsley, from JenniferLaurenGallery.com The internet was not around when I was just a grubby urchin clambering through the rock pools of Hunstanton, […]