THE INDEPENDENT VOICE OF THE VISUAL ARTS
March 11, 2018
Douglas Florian’s choice of words reminds us how much our nation indulges in name-calling and name checks.
‘Saudi Cultural Days’, an exhibition at Phillips auction house in London, explored political and cultural themes through a multitude of mediums, including photography and VR.
March 10, 2018
Art Newspaper (blog)
As of today, International Women's Day (8 March), women and girls across the UK can sign up to participate in the country's biggest-ever participatory work of art—a celebration of 100 years since the first British women got the vote. …
Once rejected by critics, the Colwyn (Wales) native’s paintings now sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Putting aside museum ethics, Martin Gammon looks at the financial viability of museums deaccessioning their collection as a quick fix for financial trouble
March 9, 2018
An artist has resigned from her position as an artist in residence at the Tate in protest at how she believes it and other arts institutions are failing women when it comes to combating sexual harassment and fostering diversity.
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