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These new paintings emerged out of studies begun during a residency at Ballinglen Arts Foundation, County Mayo, Ireland during summer 2007.
Tickets on sale from 9th Jan 09
Full programme announced 25th Feb 09
The Danish composer and Fluxus-artist Henning Christiansen passed away on Tuesday night.
The Southbank Centre's Visual Arts Program for 2009/2010 has been announced.
In 2009, Artangel shifts from crystal growths and high wire walks back to the human body…
Commissioned by ArtSway and The Photographers’ Gallery, Jordan Baseman has made new film works in and around Soho interviewing residents who range from the notorious to the anonymous, including hedonists and faded actors.
Storm Fine Arts is pleased to announce the exciting launch of its new gallery, Storm At The Arts in central Cambridge.
Invisible Cities is an exhibition curated by artists Katie Pratt and Roger Kelly.
agIdeas is an annual design week that is a celebration of the best in design & creativity at the Arts Centre, Melbourne from 4-7 May 2009.
Rising from the ashes of World War 2, post-war Singapore emerged as a Phoenix in search of a Renaissance. Instinctively seeking change, Singaporeans sought new beginnings in areas as diverse as governance and culture.
How has Asian Dance Theatre been photographed in Britain in the past 30 years? This exhibition will present images of Asian dance theatre performance, especially, but not exclusively, of South Asian dance, as seen through the lens of six well known British photographers who specialise in performance/dance shoots, covering the period from the late 1970s to present times.
To celebrate our special preview of Gus van Sant's biopic Milk on 15 January 2009, and with the ongoing gay civil rights struggle in mind, ICA Cinema has programmed a season of documentaries by pioneering filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.
In the creative industries, freelancing is far from rare, but before you take that first step, there’s a whole host of things you need to be aware of.
The Baltic Triennial of International Art being the largest exhibition staged at the Contemporary Art Centre, is launching the tenth edition this December.
Manchester Art Galleries announces its programme for 2009.
It may seem a conflict of interests to denote historically authentic performance as groundbreaking and openminded, until you've been spun off your feet and into the air by the fantastical wild spirit of the OAE.
The London Film Festival, for all of its attributes, is a logistical nightmare. And this year it was harder than ever.
Pushing and pulling...pummeling and kneading until the flesh is ready...is ripe. And only then did the body rise from a supine position to its full cut and thrust.
It is unfortunate that Clare Boothe Luce`s trenchant view of Thirties New York Anglo-Jewish society never has been translated onto the screen.
Although during the Golden Age Hollywood was a town run by Jews, it has never been a town which supported its own by way of jobs and/or positive screen portrayals. As Columbia chief Harry Cohn so famously said, `Hollywood makes pictures by Jews and for Jews but `not` with Jews`.
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