A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: Miami arts institutions prepare for Hurricane Irma and rare Monet artefacts to be sold at auction.
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The new Initiative will support 6,000sqft of new studios and workspaces for artists, designers and the creative sector, responding to the need for affordable spaces for creative production across London.
Argues that London can maintain its position as “the cultural capital of the world” post-Brexit, but will have to “fight hard” to do so.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: New York’s Greenwich Village residents speak out against Ai Weiwei public art project.
Narbi Price has been announced as winner of the £2,000 purchase prize for his work Untitled Yard Painting (Albert) and also receives a solo exhibition at London’s Herrick Gallery in 2018.
Crowds during Notting Hill Carnival paused to observe a minute’s silence in memory of those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire, as memorial fund set up in memory of artist Khadija Saye exceeds target.
London-based Spanish artist Maria Arceo uses installation to explore the human manipulation of the natural world. Her latest work for the Totally Thames festival features a giant footprint constructed from thousands of plastic objects found along the river. Jack Hutchinson visits her studio and discusses the environmental issues her work highlights.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: Baltimore removes all its Confederate monuments; London garden bridge project abandoned; new gallery and events space opens in Aberdeen.
Shonagh Manson, director of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, is stepping down after more than eight years in the role to take up a new position with the Mayor of London.
Taking place over the next three years, the new project will include series of public art commissions and an education programme as artists create artworks with and for South London Gallery’s neighbours on the Elmington, Pelican and Sceaux Gardens housing estates.
The second edition of the annual Art Night festival takes place on Saturday 1 July 2017 throughout London’s East End.
A new exhibition and free pop-up summer school from Create London and the William Morris Gallery celebrates the cultural and educational legacy of Walthamstow School of Art, which from 1957 to 1967 became a hotbed of artistic ideas and talent. Lydia Ashman talks to two of the people behind the ‘Be Magnificent’ project.
The 24-year-old artist, whose work is featured in the Diaspora Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, lived on the 20th floor of the block.
19 artists from across London-based charity Bow Arts’ 13 studio sites have been chosen for the annual exhibition which this year is curated by East End-based sculptor Alex Chinneck.
The Turner prize-winning artist revealed on Monday that he is responsible for posters that riff on prime minister Theresa May’s often-used phrase.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: University of Manchester to axe 171 staff amid Brexit concerns and Old Kent Road mural gets Grade II listing.
The current director of Bergen Kunsthall in Norway will replace Jenni Lomax who has been at the helm of the organisation for 27 years.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: £15,000 appeal to revive nude sunbather statues; Ceri Hand appointed director of programmes at Somerset House; French presidential candidates reveal proposals for art and culture.
Plans submitted to Bexley council for partnership between Peabody housing association and Bow Arts will see renovation of the Lakeside Centre to create an artists’ hub, including workspaces, a new day nursery, a gallery and project space.
With £700,000 still to raise, work has begun to convert the former Peckham Road Fire Station into a mixed-use cultural centre incorporating exhibition, learning and meeting spaces, plus an artist’s studio.
A new report from the London Assembly is calling for the Mayor of London to manage gentrification and protect the city’s cultural ecosystem from the effects of regeneration.
The London gallery that represented artists including Bedwyr Williams, Sean Edwards and Holly Hendry has closed.
Award-winning architect from Gando, Burkino Faso, becomes first African to be commissioned to design pavilion at site in Kensington Gardens.
For her current show at The Showroom, London-based artist Laura Oldfield Ford has constructed a disorientating visual, textual and sonic journey that draws on her experiences of navigating the gallery’s surrounding area, weaving together multiple voices and alternative histories and futures. Lydia Ashman finds out more.
For her Art on the Underground commission, you don’t know what nights are like?, Mitra Tabrizian has produced two large-scale billboard photographs outside Southwark station that explore the isolation and marginality of London’s night workers. Chris Sharratt finds out more.