A new award invites artists to use creative technologies to ‘surprise, challenge and engage audiences’.
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We report from the opening of the fifth Artes Mundi prize in Cardiff, featuring seven international artists including Tania Bruguera, Phil Collins and Teresa Margolles.
This year’s Turner Prize exhibition has opened at Tate Britain with a fanfare of publicity.
The six artists shortlisted for this year’s £30,000 Threadneedle Prize, chosen from the 153 works featured in the exhibition, have been announced.
With a few days to go before 2012 nominations close, we hear from two of last year’s recipients, visual artists Tom Goddard and Laura Wilson.
We talk to John Moores Painting Prize 2012 winner Sarah Pickstone, the prize’s patron Peter Blake, and judge George Shaw.
Sarah Pickstone is announced First Prize winner of John Moores Painting Prize 2012.
Olivier Larivière has won the £1,000 Exeter Contemporary Open 2012 award.
The short listed artists for the sixth Northern Art Prize are Margaret Harrison, Rosalind Nashashibi, Emily Speed and Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan.
Recent RCA graduate Karolina Glusiec awarded £8,000 First Prize for hand-drawn animation.
Carol Wyss has been named the winner of the John Ruskin Prize 2012.
Four photographers have been shortlisted for this year’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, organised by The National Portrait Gallery.
The five prize-winning artists for the John Moores Painting Prize 2012 have been announced, ahead of the exhibition’s opening in September as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
Annabel Tilley talks to Gary Hume about twenty-five years of practice, prizes and paint.
Spanish artist Fernando García-Dory to be fourth recipient of the $25,000 award.
The 21-strong list represents a range of practices from artists working across the Northern regions.
This year’s shortlisted artists explore the parameters of photography and invite us to reconsider the meaning of the contemporary photograph.
Exhibiting artists for the UK’s largest open drawing exhibition announced today.
Shortlist of UK’s ‘most prestigious’ painting prize announced today.
Open submission competitions have been generating plenty of comment and debate on a-n of late. What does the biennial Marmite Prize bring to the discussion? We speak to one of its founders.
Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum has been named the winner of the £100,000 Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries.
Alice Bradshaw talks to Nick Fox about cuts in art education, the John Moores Painting Prize, balancing work between two cities, and being called a painter.
Haroon Mirza awarded £5,000 prize plus solo exhibition in Japan.
How do you run an open exhibition? Jo King, curator of the Ludlow Open, explains all, from sourcing funding and the reasons behind charging artists entry fees, to curating 60 artists’ work.
Woolgather are Leeds-based artists John Slemensek Annie Nelson and Chris Woodward. They founded the Woolgather Art Prize in 2011 ‘from a need to explore the artist’s role in society and to celebrate the creative lifestyle’.