a-n’s 2018 programme of professional development opportunities for members launches today with a call for applications to our Visual Arts Coaching Course with RD1st, plus news of 2018 bursaries for members.
Venice 2017 bursary - a-n The Artists Information Company
For six months every two years, Venice’s Giardini, Arsenale and many splendoured palazzos play host to the Art Biennale. This year, titled Arte Viva Arte and curated by Christine Macel, promised ‘an extrovert movement from the self to the other, […]
Chris Ofili undertakes inaugral exhibition at Victoria Miro’s new space in Venice
What is the point of a national pavilion? This is the question that sticks in my mind whenever I’m at the Venice Biennale. Most specifically in the Giardini, but to greater and lesser extents throughout all the 86 national participants […]
57th Venice Biennale from the perspective of Margherita Gramegna, founder of 51zero, international moving image and digital arts festival in Medway, Kent.
In recent months, against the background of rapid change in our global political landscape, I have observed that my own echo-chamber of artists, curators and educators in the arts have been reacting. It has been clear to see that many […]
Selection of creative discoveries at the Venice Biennale 2017 with a bursary from a-n The Artist Information Company
In a world full of conflicts and jolts, in which humanism is being seriously jeopardized, art is the most precious part of the human being’ – Christine Macel, curator of the 57th biennale at Venice. A claim of this year’s […]
I arrived in Venice and my first destination by water boat, is the Giardini. Upon my arrival I take a moment to stand and look over the river, placing my hands on the stone wall running by the Giardini Gardens. […]
a-n bursary award to attend the Venice Biennale 2017 experienced through performance work, drawing the pavilions with feet. It was amazing.
During the opening week of her Scotland + Venice film, ‘Spite Your Face’, artist Rachel Maclean spoke to Emily Sparkes about politics, inappropriate nose-touching and pasta pomodoro.
Kaori Homma, artists and coordinator of Art Action UK discusses about her experience of art after Fukushima