The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize, which was formerly known as the Jerwood Drawing Prize, has announced a shortlist of 69 works by 67 artists for its 2018 edition.
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The top 20 artists for Photo Oxford 2017’s Open Call exhibition Conceal/Reveal have been announced, with photographer Matthew Finn receiving the highest commendation for a black and white portrait of his mother.
69 works by 65 artists have been selected for the latest edition of the UK’s longest-running annual open drawing exhibition, which will also be Jerwood Charitable Foundation’s final year as the show’s key partner and funder.
Artists Walker & Bromwich have created a new installation at the National Trust property near Bangor which, along with a community engagement project and video featuring archival footage and song, presents the history of The Great Strike of Penrhyn in the early 1900s and explores its contemporary resonance.
We pick five of our favourite artist responses to the general election that have been featured on Instagram, including a print at home poster and a game pitching Corbyn vs May.
The 20th edition of the Mostyn Open in Llandudno features a broad range of international artists working in a variety of media, including painting, video and metalwork.
An exhibition at Glasgow Print Studio presents over five decades of prints from the organisation’s archive, and includes work by 52 artists spanning screenprinting, lithograph, etching and much more.
Artists including Sir Antony Gormley, Martin Boyce, Cornelia Parker and Douglas Gordon have created new works utilising debris from the Glasgow School of Art fire, to be auctioned at Christie’s London to raise funds for the restoration of the art school’s Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed building.
Biennial exhibition features more than 200 new and recent works on paper by international artists, with prices starting at £250.
Four photographers, including Sophie Calle and Dana Lixenberg, have been shortlisted for the £30,000 international prize run by London’s The Photographers’ Gallery.
The UK’s oldest arts centre announces 300th anniversary programme for 2017, with artists including John Akomfrah, Sonia Boyce and Larissa Sansour.
The first-ever Hepworth Prize for Sculpture exhibition has just opened at The Hepworth Wakefield, featuring work by shortlisted artists Phyllida Barlow, Steven Claydon, Helen Marten and David Medalla. Pippa Koszerek reports.
The American artist’s new permanent large-scale video installation, Mary, joins his 2014 piece, Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water), inside St Paul’s Cathedral.
The latest project in Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces programme sees a former 1960s office block in the centre of Bolton turned into a temporary work/gallery/studio space for artists. Sara Jaspan takes a look.
The Lumen Prize for Digital Art has announced the 55 works by international artists included in its 2016 longlist. We take a look at the works of some of the UK-based artists included in the selection and competing for the total prize fund of $11,000.
The latest exhibition from Scottish artist Jenny Steele is the result of her research into 1930s Seaside Moderne architecture in North West England and Scotland.
As the first artist-in-residence at Peak in south east Wales, Rebecca Chesney has created a new painting project that responds to the landscape of the the Black Mountains.
Exhibition coordinator and two-time Turner Prize nominee Richard Wilson has invited a group of international artistic duos to participate with new or recent work in the world’s largest open submission exhibition.
Three artists present work stemming from their recent residencies at the 19th century, neo-Norman Penrhyn Castle, a former family home near Bangor now managed by the National Trust.
Birmingham artist Barbara Walker’s latest collection of drawings explores the often under-recognised role of black servicemen and women in the British Armed Forces.
During the summer months of 2011 and 2012, Paul Winstanley travelled around Britain photographing the unpopulated studios of every degree-conferring art school in the country. Now translated into a series of paintings and prints, the work is currently on show at Alan Cristea Gallery in London.
A collaboration between artist Alex Murdin and the local community has turned the verges, hedgerows and other public spaces around a new housing estate in Wiltshire into suburban farmland where foraging residents can feast on a ready supply of edible herbs and fruits.
A new artwork installed at the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail reuses material from a previous sculpture to allow visitors to trace locations of hidden coal excavations buried 1,000ft below the surface.
For NVA’s Hinterland, a derelict former Catholic seminary near Glasgow has been bathed in light and sound before it is partly transformed into a new space for art and performance.
Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making is a new touring exhibition that presents works by renowned outsider artists alongside those of self-taught artists who face barriers to the art world because of health, disability, social circumstance or isolation.