This year has seen the culmination of the artist’s House of Doors project, exhibited at Westminster Hall in the UK Parliament, marking 100 years since some women were first able to vote in the UK.
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Robert Leckie moved to Bristol’s Spike Island earlier this year after nearly a decade at Gasworks in London. He looks back with pride on an exciting and eventful 2018.
The London-based Slovenian artist has enjoyed a “madly busy” year, with a heightened profile in the UK year following a solo show at Baltic and a nomination for the Jarman Award.
The Glasgow-based artist was nominated for the Jarman Award this year, had solo presentations at Glasgow International and Frieze London, and was featured in the New Museum triennial, ‘Songs for Sabotage’.
The London-based artist’s solo exhibition at Gasworks earlier this year featured a sound work described as “a black queer algorithm across generations, locations and political affiliations”. Here Ifekoya answers our end-of-year questionnaire with a playlist of six tracks.
This year saw Laura Sillars move from Sheffield’s Site Gallery to Middlesbrough’s MIMA. She reflects on a ‘wild’ 2018 that has been made all the better by the many artists she has worked with.
Helen Cammock on a year of professional highs and huge personal loss that has also been a time for reflection and thought about her life and artistic practice.
The Montserrat-born British sculptor Veronica Ryan has had a lively year marked by an important residency in St Ives, a first trip to the Caribbean since she was a child, and in November being announced as the third recipient of the annual Freelands Award for women artists.