The annual exhibition, which has showcased work by new and recent fine art graduates since 1949, has announced that 2018 submissions will be open to artists from non-degree awarding art education programmes.
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Briefing featuring national and international news, including: Artist organising alternative Havana Biennial released on bail; new judges announced for Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize.
The London-based, Jerusalem-born artist has been announced as the winner of the tenth Film London Jarman Award for artists working in film.
The Berlin and Beirut-based artist, who until recently was partly based in London, is one of six artists shortlisted for this year’s Film London Jarman Award. Fisun Güner talks to him about the importance of sound, politics, and why he doesn’t consider himself an activist.
The London-based artist will receive a £10,000 bursary from disability-led arts organisation Shape Arts and undertake a three month residency at Pallant House Gallery and the University of Chichester in 2018.
Berlin-based artists Sol Calero, Iman Issa, Jumana Mana, and Agnieszka Polska have released a joint statement strongly criticising the approach of the Preis der Nationalgalerie.
Five visual artists have received ‘no-strings-attached’ individual awards of £60,000 each in the annual Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: David Velasco succeeds Michelle Kuo as editor in chief of Artforum; galleries hit by wave of cyber crime; Lancashire’s Super Slow Way awarded ACE funding of £1million.
Celebrating 60 years, the long-established painting prize is open for entries with the deadline now extended until 20 November 2017.
The Whitechapel Gallery, Collezione Maramotti and Max Mara have announced the shortlist for the latest edition of the UK’s only visual art prize for women.
A weekly briefing featuring national and international news, including: Art institutions join thousands striking over Catalonia referendum violence, ‘naughty’ sculpture blocked by the Louvre, and Tate purchases works by Lawrence Abu Hamdan and Hannah Black at at Frieze London.
Croydon-based Turf Projects showing artist Saelia Aparicio Torino has won this year’s prize for its exhibition during Art Licks Weekend 2017.
Curated by George Vasey and Sacha Craddock and featuring artists Hurvin Anderson, Andrea Buttner, Lubaina Himid, and Rosalind Nashashibi, this year’s Turner Prize exhibition in Hull showcases strong and exciting work. Fisun Güner reports.
Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker has won the $3,000 digital art prize for his work Plastic Reflectic, an interactive mirror installation that turns spectators’ reflections into silhouettes made from hundreds of pieces of plastic floating within a ‘plastic soup’.
Gary Lawrence has won this year’s first prize with his large-scale drawing, Yellow Kalymnos with Fridge Magnets.
Five artists including Trevor Paglen and Anna Boghiguian have been shortlisted for the Cardiff-based biennial award, the UK’s biggest international art prize, with the winner receiving £40,000.
The winner of the award for disabled artists will receive £10,000 and an accompanying three-month residency at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
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.
38 works have been shortlisted for the annual prize that celebrates digitally-created art, with an exhibition of winners in Brighton to be followed by a global tour.
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.
Recent graduates from 16 higher education institutions in the South East region will be exhibiting in five partner galleries with the winner of the 2017 award to be announced later in the year.
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.
The global award that aims to raise the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of digital art has announced a longlist of 70 works selected for its sixth edition.
Newcastle University fine art graduate Joy Labinjo has won the £20,000 Woon Art Prize while University of Brighton graduate Oriele Steiner has been announced as the recipient of New Contemporaries’ studio bursary with The Royal Standard and Bluecoat in Liverpool.
The Berlin-based artist wins £10,000 in prize money for video work in 20th edition of open prize.