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Are you one of those people who like to plan their holidays around a biennale or international art fair - then 2014 is the year!
If it's good enough for Manet and Dali, maybe artists who look down their noses at advertising designers should think again.
Thinking of renting an office and wondering whether the financial risk pays off? ArtsHub presents the pros and cons.
Has museum display become subservient to the sculptural branding of architects or should the architecture be a neutral backdrop?
New archaeological research suggests women were the principal artists behind ancient cave paintings.
Street artists may have been welcomed into the mainstream but taggers and writers are maintaining the rage. CDH is among their targets but he can see their point.
The ubiquitous ‘selfie’ dominates social media, but how do we differentiate between a vanity snap and legitimate art?
Growing up, everyone has a favourite comic book hero. While most kids don’t end up drawing them, illustrator Nicola Scott did.
Faster network speeds, accessible technology and wider acknowledgement have allowed electronic art to flourish.
Cashed-up buyers are creating a heady market for some lesser known genres including Chinese porcelain, post-war painting and even kitsch.
Australia’s long-running Melbourne Fringe Festival inspired a group of artists to launch Sweden’s Stockholm Fringe Festival.
As Britain officially emerges out of an economic crisis in 2010, new art companies, with strategies inspired by economic models from other sectors, are emerging.
From pole to pole, artists have been pinning the Earth at both ends this March; with Dutch sculptor Ap Verheggen in Greenland and UK painter/sculptor Nasser Azam in Antarctica.
Maggie explains that Alternative Fashion week came out of a concern about a lack of visibility for young designers in the interim between leaving college and finding a space on the catwalks.
Viewed as a successful piece, must the Croydon graffiti be viewed as the mindless act of vandals or as audience response?
In January the acquired brain injury charity Headway Black Country launched an exhibition of the art work completed in their rehabilitative arts program.
So you want a career in the creative arts... but where do you start? Should you jump straight in or take a formal qualification first? And what kind of qualification? There are lots of decisions to be made – we flag up a few of the key issues.
Murals feature on many a bus or taxi-tour of Belfast, but the powers that be say that any overtly sectarian symbol is retrograde, and a project is underway to “re-image” communities.
Thinking of running a creative business? Need some advice? We talk to two experts in the field.
Despite the isolation of this controversial island, international curators, collectors and art dealers still fly to Havana to discover promising young artists.
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