The UK has the most highly developed arts infrastructure in the world. But, asks 2016-17 Clore Visual Artist Fellow Maurice Carlin in the first of two short provocations, imagine if it all disappeared overnight. Would it make a difference to your career? Would you still make art? And what do we want this infrastructure to do?
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As Clore Visual Artist Fellow Maurice Carlin sets off on the second leg of his a-n supported research trip, we look back at his first week of posts on a-n’s Instagram, exploring Hong Kong’s visual art scene.
Clore Visual Artist Fellow Maurice Carlin is taking over the a-n Instagram for the next two weeks as he travels to China and India to explore the markets and infrastructures of two very distinct art ecologies.
Venue:Rajastan Lalit Kala Akademi and Ravindra Manch
From:January 13, 2017
To:January 26, 2017
May you be the mother of a hundred sons Elisabeth Bumiller This is the title of a book written by Elizabeth Bumiller. She is a woman that went to live in India in the 1980s and 1990s and she […]
Over the summer I went travelling to India for 7 weeks. I have been there before (I lived there for a year) and I find it a really inspiring country to be in. Its full of colour and culture. It […]
has anyone been? or going to the biennale? I would like some info, insider guide etc
From:October 20, 2016
To:October 22, 2016
Blogging: A couple of years ago I received the Reside Residency which lasted for 6 months. It gave me some idea about how I wanted to make use of blogs. I applied for the Reside Residency because one did not […]
For a three months residency, the Something Useful Project supports me at the Fine Arts department of the Veer Narmad South Gujarat University in the city of Surat, found in the North western state of Gujarat in India.
I’ve just arrived back from visiting the South of India where I was invited to attend a Hindu wedding. While I was there I had the opportunity to do some travelling and see some of the sights in the area. […]
My prep for a new set of portraits of British Raj officers, based on the collection of the City Palace Museum, Udaiphur, India
Last year, artist and curator Emma Sumner took a research trip to India which saw her visit an extensive network of organisations at the heart of this vast country’s contemporary art scene. Here she highlights three of them and explores what can be learnt from their approach to art and funding.
Collateral Event at Venice Biennale.
Thinking back now to meeting Vijay Kumar in New York City last summer here on a cloudy winter’s day in Wales brings the warmth of summer sun to my spirit. He is a person who possesses an aura of openness, […]
An artist lead stone carving symposium based in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, India.