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Is there a secret knock?

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, […]

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“Interpretation should never tell us what to see, think, or feel”

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.

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How artists see themselves: the art of the self-portrait

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.

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Moving House – Moving On!

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 […]

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Art market

Selected resources on artists, the art market and the arts ecology.

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Play on…

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 […]

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New art gallery for Goldsmiths

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.

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