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An occasional series of informal, casual reports of my visits to exhibitions and other art events. I am not aiming to provide a review, only to log my thoughts as honestly as I can.
The landscape architect Tom Stuart-Smith is to design one of UK’s largest free, public gardens at the Hepworth Riverside Gallery Garden in Yorkshire.
Some images of the ‘Silent Spaces’ exhibition a couple of days before the private view. Lighting and fine tuning still to do, but almost there. Final hang used 24 pieces. Opens 16th April. Show curated by Alan Kluckow at Alan […]
Venue:National Portrait Gallery
From:April 25, 2016
To:April 24, 2016
Learning from the Paul Hamlyn funded ‘Our Museum’ programme.
Thanks to capital funding from a special regeneration fund, Glasgow’s Telfer Gallery has relocated to a new space in the city’s East End as part of the soon to open Many Studios complex. Chris Sharratt finds out more.
The People’s Market in Wrexham town centre will be transformed into a new arts and cultural hub for Oriel Wrecsam gallery following major capital grants from the Arts Council of Wales, Wrexham Council and the Welsh government.
The Swedish tax system requires that all companies complete regular VAT returns. In the UK I was self-employed rather than a company and had an income well below the VAT threshold. Where as here I am an ‘Enskild firma’ – […]
Sally Shaw, currently head of programme at Modern Art Oxford, has been appointed the new director of Firstsite in Colchester.
The newly opened £1.5 million wing of the Attenborough Arts Centre creates the largest contemporary art gallery in Leicester, with a current show by Lucy and Jorge Orta that reflects the art and science theme of the centre’s curatorial programme. Fisun Guner reports.
The Tetley in Leeds has appointed Bryony Bond in the new role of creative director following the departure of founders and co-directors Pippa Hale and Kerry Harker.
Beth Bate, director of Great North Run Culture, has been appointed head of the Dundee arts organisation.
Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery has opened in south London with the aim of making the artist’s personal collection of over 3000 works of art accessible to the public through a series of curated exhibitions. We take a look at the inaugural show featuring works by the British painter John Hoyland.
Tate Modern this week announced the date for the opening of its new extension, designed by architects Herzog & de Meuron.
Flat Time House in Peckham is set to close next summer when the property is sold.
A new report produced by The Audience Agency in partnership with CVAN illustrates how galleries play a significant role in the visitor economy.
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I do know that I have written before about the secrecy surrounding “getting work in a proper gallery”. I do think that things are getting better… processes are more transparent than they once were, […]
Flow Contemporary Arts to deliver training on behalf of lightsgoingon
David Dale Gallery & Studios in Glasgow’s east end is celebrating five years of its internationally-focused exhibition programme with the show-in-progress, Finite Project Altered When Open. Chris Sharratt talks to founding co-director Max Slaven.
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art director Godfrey Worsdale is to leave the organisation in July to join The Henry Moore Foundation as its new head.
Venue:Bath and West Showground
From:April 22, 2015
To:September 30, 2015
Location:South West England
In The Interpretation Matters Handbook, a-n contributor Dany Louise brings together a variety of voices from the visual arts to discuss the thorny and important subject of gallery interpretation and ‘artspeak’. In an extract from the book, Simon Martin, director of Pallant House Gallery, Chichester explains the organisation’s approach to accessible and informative text.
Firstsite gallery in Colchester has announced that it is to be managed by Colchester Arts Centre for the next 12 months, following the recent resignation of director Matthew Rowe.