Matthew Rowe, director of Firstsite gallery in Colchester, has stepped down after just over two years in the job.
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The Margate-based contemporary art gallery has successfully raised £1m through donations since April 2013, enabling it to access a further £1m in match-funding from the Catalyst fund.
Oriel Wrecsam is leaving its home at Wrexham Library and will be without a permanent venue until at least 2017.
Tate has announced the addition of 16 visual arts organisations to its Plus Tate network, including Artes Mundi in Cardiff, The MAC and Golden Thread Gallery in Belfast, and Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh.
Judith Carlton has been announced as the new director of CGP London as founding director Ron Henocq steps down after 30 years.
Written in response to the Alias annual gathering event, Moving Forward and Staying the Same: Artist Led Evolutions, AirSpace Gallery co-director Glen Stoker considers the continued importance of artist-led activity to the UK’s visual arts ecology.
Turner Contemporary’s Self exhibition looks at artists’ self-portraits from the 17th century to the present day, exploring the changing way artists have seen themselves – and society has seen artists. Dany Louise reports from Margate.
I’m not sure what is more stressful; moving house or trying to get a gallery or agent to show a morsel of interest in ones work. I have just spent the last two weeks unpacking boxes and reassessing things I […]
Selected resources on artists, the art market and the arts ecology.
Riveting analysis of how commercial representation worked for both artist and dealer. Includes details of their contractual arrangements, the type of support that Gimpel Fils offered beyond exhibiting and sales, and the warmth of the relationship. Hepworth is shown to […]
One thing I used to do on a fairly regular basis on this blog was tell you what I was listening to. I notice I have been so busy showing off what I’ve been recording and writing that I haven’t […]
Bristol-based WORKS|PROJECTS has announced the closure of its current gallery space in order to pursue ‘new, expanded programme’ from the end of 2014.
Ambitious plans for a ‘new centre for the arts in south London’, to be part funded by an auction of artworks donated by college alumni, have been announced by Goldsmiths, University of London.
Current Barbican and British Art Show curator will join the East London gallery in 2015.