Clymene Christoforou of ISIS Arts, an organisation that works internationally with artists to produce and present contemporary art, film and new media, reflects on the spirit of collaboration that our EU status has enabled amongst British and European artists.
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As the degree show season draws to a close, we take a final look at a-n’s Instagram coverage with highlights from Nadine Shaban’s takeovers at the City & Guilds of London Art School degree show and the Royal College of Art graduate shows.
This year’s top prize goes to Clara Drummond for her third BP Portrait Award of the same sitter.
In a piece originally published by The Conversation, Eleonora Belfiore looks at what Tate Modern’s new Switch House extension says about the organisation’s attempts to engage with a wider, more socially and economically diverse audience.
Tate Modern’s new Switch House extension finally opens to the public on Friday. Fisün Guner takes a tour of the 10-storey building and is thrilled with what she finds but left wanting more.
The new Mayor of London says he wants to embed culture in the planning system of the capital with the results including subsidised artists’ studios.
John Stezaker, known for his photographic collages constructed from found images, has turned curator for ‘Turning to See: From Van Dyck to Lucian Freud’ at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Anneka French talks to the artist about his new departure, how he selected works for the show, and where his own art fits in.
As the search continues for a new home to house Rogue Artists’ Studios, Bob Dickinson visits a show of work by 11 of the building’s 100-plus artists and asks where next for artists in Manchester’s fast-changing city centre.
The London-based painter receives a specially commissioned artwork by Turner Prize nominated artist Alison Wilding.
At 88, the American painter Alex Katz is as prolific as ever, producing large-scale works and exhibiting widely. With a new show just opened at the Serpentine Gallery, Fisun Güner talks to the Brooklyn-born, Manhattan-based artist about finding his way in the 1950s, getting noticed in the 1990s, and hitting his stride in his later years.