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Launch of a new book and exhibition celebrating the work of Alex Box, a
make up artist who boldly uses the face as a canvas to explode
conventional concepts of ‘beauty’.
THE MOSCOW TIMES: Artist Tony Matelli is on show for the second year running in Moscow at the Gary Tatintsian Gallery with his exhibition “The Idiot.”
THE NEW YORK TIMES: In The Week in Review on Sunday, Holland Cotter offers observations in a Critic’s Notebook about the art chosen for display in the Obama White House.
THE INDEPENDENT: From intricate black-and-white line drawings to vibrant colour renderings of fruit, bottles, sharks and shoes, The Independent on Sunday's Draw for Britain competition has brought out the best of Britain's unsung artists.
THE INDEPENDENT: So this is it. The art world apocalypse. The Bonfire of the Galleries. As the cultural carnival that is Frieze week kicks off on Monday, the cool-as-cucumbers arterati – dealers, gallerists, curators, collectors and, of course, artists – are suffering from an advanced state of the jitters.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: While reading Anna Somers Cocks’s article “Are we colonialising Middle Eastern art?” (The Art Newspaper, July-August, p26), I was piqued by her observation that “no one needs western-style ‘fine art’ with some orientalist flourishes” parading as contemporary art in the Middle East.
MOSCOW TIMES: He’s taken photos of 18,000 naked people in Mexico City, 7,000 in Barcelona and now Moscow streets are getting the Spencer Tunick treatment as can be seen in a new exhibition on as part of the Third Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.
ARTnews: With trials, harassment, and other forms of intimidation, Russian authorities are striking out against curators and artists—who are, in turn, organizing projects that are increasingly provocative and political
ARTnews: An upcoming book makes the provocative claim that Jackson Pollock spelled out his name in giant letters in his iconic Mural—but not all scholars agree
ARTnews: Visiting Josef and Anni Albers at their suburban Connecticut home, an art historian finds insights into the artists’ approach to fast food, teacups, and even Heinz ketchup
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Suicidal soldiers will speak out as part of a Liverpool art installation, which examines the effects of war on servicemen and their families.
MILLER MCCUNE: Why do people visit art museums? The answer depends on the type of art on display.
Arts Council England publishes research on arts in the digital age.
Tees Valley Arts awarded major grant from The Baring Foundation.
As an artist and student of both art history and curatorship I have often been preoccupied with what makes a good painting… great.
Al Arab: Seven Tunisian personalities were the recipients on
Wednesday of France’s Insignia of Arts and Letters.
This briefing note distils information from several sources, to summarise the craft sector’s current economic impact and business profile, updating the Craft Today context section of the Crafts Council’s Strategy and Plan with new information from the 2009 documents published in relation to The Craft Blueprint.
Colin Tweedy, Chief Executive, Arts & Business, key note speech at this year's CPPS conference: 'Maximising the Importance of Arts and Culture throughout the Economic Downturn'
Legal & General was named Business of the Year at the Arts & Business Cymru (A&B Cymru) Awards, and commended as a 'model of excellence' for its work with the arts.
An exciting assortment of new dance, theatre poetry and visual arts projects gets fully underway this August as part of The Scottish Arts Council’s Homecoming programme.
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