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Letter from Cuba


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)


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


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


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


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


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


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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Members News

Lecture. Aesthetic Journalism: the uncertain domains of information, communication and aesthetics


Alfredo Cramerotti Aesthetic Journalism: the uncertain domains of information, communication and aesthetics Friday 3 February 2017, 13:00 Konstfack Research Week 2017, 30 January – 3 February Konstfack, 126 27 Stockholm

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No Such Thing As Gravity


No Such Thing As Gravity FACT, Liverpool 11 November 2016 – 5 February 2017   Curated by recently elected AICA UK member, Rob La Frenais. What is the nature of

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Liliane Lijn in conversation with Anna McNay


The Heatherley School of Fine Art, 75 Lots Road, SW10 0RN  Monday 16 January 16:30   Born into a family of artists, Liliane Lijn knew that she wanted to pursue this

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PRAKSIS Internet Projects


PRAKSIS, the not-for-profit Oslo-based international artists’ residency programme co-founded by Nicholas John Jones and Rachel Withers, is celebrating the confirmation of 2017-18 funding from Kulturrådet, the Arts Council of Norway,

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Strike Site curated by Sacha Craddock


Strike Site Ana Čvorović, Anna Fasshauer, Brian Griffiths, Siobhán Hapaska, Alice Hartley, and Jack Killick Curated by Sacha Craddock Private View: Thursday 12 January, 18:00 – 21:00 Artist talk: Thursday,

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What Is Love?: A monograph on Keti Kapanadze


Save the Date: What Is Love?: A monograph on Keti Kapanadze Book Launch 2nd February 2017 18.30-20.30 Embassy of Georgia 4 Russell Gardens, London W14 8EZ introductory address by The Ambassador

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Obituary: Giles Waterfield


Obituary Giles Waterfield 24 July – 5th November 2016 Prize winning novelist, art historian, lecturer and curator, Associate Scholar of the Courtauld Institute, Giles Waterfield was a longstanding member of

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Jean Fisher (1942-2016): A Tribute


by Dr Omar Kholeif I build my language with rocks -Édouard Glissant, L’Intention Poétique (1997) It was Jean Fisher that encouraged me to write. It was Jean Fisher that introduced

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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


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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