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Letter from Cuba

01/12/2016

In the wake of Hurricane Matthew and Cuba’s brush with disaster in early October (only the country’s eastern edge caught the full power of the winds that decimated nearby Haiti),

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Post-Perspectival Art and Politics in Post-Brexit Britain: (Towards a Holistic Relativism)

20/11/2016

Post-Perspectival Art and Politics in Post-Brexit Britain: (Towards a Holistic Relativism) by Paul O’Kane At a Parliament Square rally held this summer in the immediate aftermath of the EU Referendum, several

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S&I Review – Alternative investor: Art

01/09/2016

Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton responds to questions on art as investment. Article republished with permission from the CISI (Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment)   Read the original online or click on the title below

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Paul O’Kane on London’s Gasworks

27/10/2015

On the occasion of Gasworks‘ re-opening after a period of renovation, artist and critic Paul O’Kane visits the space and remembers its influence on his career and outlook. As part

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Paul O’Kane in Korea: AICA International Congress Report

10/11/2014

2014 AICA INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS KOREA by Paul O’Kane Seoul is a mega-city, and joining its morning rush to attend the AICA congress provides clear echoes of scenes from Fritz Lang’s

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Critics’ Forum Report

30/09/2014

On July 5th 2014, AICA and the Liverpool Biennial held a public forum at The Bluecoat, asking ‘How do critics work? Who do they write for?’ Chaired by independent curator

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Sarah Kent: Criticism – A UK Perspective

10/06/2014

New York-based paper Brooklyn Rail recently invited US critic, and President of AICA International, Marek Bartelik, to act as guest editor for their May issue. The result, ‘On the State

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SYMPOSIUM – THE CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ IN THE 21ST CENTURY

01/12/2016

A symposium hosted by Lund Humphries and Artifex Press in association with Chelsea College of Arts On Friday 18th November, 2016, Lund Humphries and Artifex Press co-hosted a one-day international symposium on the importance, challenges

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PRISME Research Programme: Contemporary Society (1948-2003) through the Prism of Art Criticism

29/11/2016

PRISME  Research Programme: Contemporary Society (1948-2003) through the Prism of Art Criticism With the support of Fondation de France, Région Bretagne, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme en Bretagne and Université Rennes 2. Location:

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The Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize 2017

29/11/2016

The Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize 2017 Since its founding in 1903, The Burlington Magazine has always considered the art of the present to be as worthy of study as

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Art, church and religion in the contemporary city

29/11/2016

Art, church and religion in the contemporary city The case of Louise Nevelson’s work in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, St Peter’s Manhattan Panel members: Laurie Wilson, biographer of

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JOSÉ NAVA: Fish Out of Water

29/11/2016

JOSÉ NAVA: Fish Out of Water Private View: 29th November 2016, 7pm The Koppel Project, 93 Baker Street, W1U 6RL RSVP to info@thekoppelproject.com   The Koppel Project is honoured to present

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Phil Hale in conversation with Anna McNay

24/11/2016

Phil Hale in conversation with Anna McNay The Heatherley School Of Fine Art, 75 Lots Road, Chelsea, SW10 0RN Monday 28th November, 16:30 Free and open to all, first come, first

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Deanna Petherbridge: exhibition and monograph

22/11/2016

Deanna Petherbridge A solo show of pen and ink drawings from across a 45-year career. Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester 2 December 2016 – 4 June 2017   Since

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AICA-UK Annual General meeting 2016

17/11/2016

AICA-UK Annual General meeting 2016 Studio, Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH Tuesday 22 November 2016 6.30-8.00pm Members are warmly invited to the AICA AGM at the ICA

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Obituary: Luke Hermann

17/11/2016

Obituary Luke Hermann born 9 March 1932 died 9 September 2016   Luke Hermann, Professor Emeritus, University of Leicester, was quite possibly AICAUK’s longest serving member. A distinguished art historian,

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Book Launch: “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely”

09/11/2016

Book Launch:  “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely” “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely” explores the rise of the ‘otaku’ as a phenomenon of 1980s Japanese youth culture. Originally written in 1990

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