Annabel Tilley talks to Gary Hume about twenty-five years of practice, prizes and paint.
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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’.
Woolgather Art Prize 2012 opens tonight at 1 Cross York Street, Leeds.
Newtown-based gallery Oriel Davies announced the winners of its Open 2012 Awards at a ceremony on 28 April.
Gallery annouces exhibiting artists for Oriel Davies Open 2012.
Registration is now closed for the John Moores Painting Prize 2012 and the judging process is underway.
Sam Firth is currently working on a year-long video project on a remote Scottish peninsula near her home on Knoydart, an isolated community of just over 100 people. She talks to Andrew Bryant about personal narrative, securing funding and recent media criticism attracted by her current project.
Exhibition, residency and bursary opportunities for artists across the UK and beyond.
Alan Dunn, James Thompson (Tomo), Robyn Woolston and The Drawing Paper’s Jon Barraclough and Mike Carney have been revealed as the shortlist for the 2012 Liverpool Art Prize when it returns for its fifth successive year.
Congratulations to Leo Fitzmaurice on winning the 2011 Northern Art Prize!
Jack Hutchinson reports from the awards ceremony of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards.
Based on interviews with curators Sarah Brown and Laurence Sillars, Lara Eggleton uncovers the nature of their relationships with exhibiting artists and the processes they use in curating two high profile exhibitions with cash prizes and media attention attached.
Since graduating from Leeds University in 2007 Joe Simpson has developed his craft as a painter blending his practice with commissions and more personal projects. With his show ‘Musician Portraits’ open in London, and his portait of Maxi Jazz in the BP Portrait Award 2011, he takes time out to fill us in on his career so far.
October saw the opening of the John Moores Painting Prize 2012. Judges this year are artists Fiona Banner, Angela de la Cruz and George Shaw with Whitechapel Art Gallery Director Iwona Blazwick and Creative director of the BBC, Alan Yentob.
Highlighting just some of the festivals, events and exhibitions taking place across the North of England this season.