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THE ART NEWSPAPER: JERUSALEM. Swiss photographer Olivier Suter kicked off the first leg of his “Enemies” project by exhibiting and publishing works of Palestinian and Israeli lookalikes.
Internationally renowned artists help put the ‘art’ back into street art. 2000 Turner Prize nominee Tomoko Takahashi and James Powderley are to front Street Art Dealer and revolutionise the way we interact with art on the street.
UK's top Contemporary Vietnamese dealer Oc-Eo Art move into new London gallery space.
'Re-enactment' by Eamon O’Kane features two films commissioned by ArtSway that were shot on location at Beaulieu in the New Forest.
Collaborative and Creative Family Learning Opportunities.
Arts Council England responds to the appointment of Ben Bradshaw, MP, as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
More than 2,000 artists across the United Kingdom have taken up the challenge to use the nation as a blank canvas to create a piece of art that will showcase our creativity to the world, as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
HSBC launched its full programme of Indian celebrations surrounding its sponsorship of 'Indian Summer', a season of exhibitions and events at the British Museum focusing on India.
GUARDIAN: The beautiful model who posed for the Victorian artist John Waterhouse as The Lady of Shalott, one of the country's best-loved paintings, was in reality perched in a shrubbery in a small courtyard down a narrow lane in north London – not afloat in a fairy boat draped with sumptuous tapestries.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: The 40th edition of Art Basel sees a return to more understated works.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD: Entry to Sir Howard Hodgkin's studio, a mighty Victorian affair in Bloomsbury, is via an iron bridge from the Georgian house he has occupied for the past 30 years.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: ST PETERSBURG. The Russians are set to have a high-profile presence at this year’s Venice Biennale.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: One of the more surprising decisions of the 53rd Venice Biennale has been the selection of Liam Gillick, an English artist based in London and New York, to occupy the German pavilion.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: The artist and founder of Kid Serve Youth Murals, a nonprofit that teams with Bay Area teachers to turn classroom work into artwork, answered an ad to do a one-week workshop with students at San Francisco's Balboa High School, where they would make a mural.
THE ARTS NEWSPAPER: Several art funds launched during 2008—including one that Charles Saatchi was advising—have failed to secure the required cash from investors, The Art Newspaper has learned.
LIVERPOOL ECHO: THE way in which artists reinvented the use of colour forms the heart of a new exhibition which opens at Tate Liverpool tomorrow.
Our Generations: Report on a three year programme of intergenerational arts projects in Tower Hamlets, East London (April 2006- June 2009).
Royal Watercolour Society sponsor the largest prize for watercolour painting.
£260,000 awarded to tackle the cultural leadership challenge.
A year of integration and stability, while preparing for change, are the themes of the 2009/10 Scottish Arts Council business plan, which has been published on the organisation’s website.
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