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Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

18/09/2017

Rachel Whiteread Talks To Sue Hubbard About Her New Exhibition At Tate Britain Trying to get hold of Rachel Whiteread to talk about her new exhibition at Tate Britain, her largest to date, is

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Matisse: Cultural Appropriation And His Studio

05/09/2017

Matisse: Cultural Appropriation And His Studio Review by Sue Hubbard The artist’s studio is both a practical workshop and the workshop of the mind, a place of reflection and play,

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Working Out a Way Things Might Matter: On the Writing of Stuart Morgan

22/07/2017

Working Out a Way Things Might Matter: On the Writing of Stuart Morgan Chris Fite-Wassilak If I can begin the long way, in my research for this piece I was

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Review: Wolfgang Tillmans 2017 at Tate Modern

21/03/2017

Wolfgang Tillmanns: 2017 Tate Modern, London until 11 June 2017 Review by Sacha Craddock   In this exhibition of work made mainly after 2003 Tillmans guarantees that image and experience

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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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Members News

Nick Wadley 1935-2017

20/11/2017

Nick Wadley 1935-2017 We are saddened to report the death, on 1st November, of Nicholas Wadley, a long time member of AICA and husband of fellow member Jasia Reichardt. Nick

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FEMINISM AND CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPE PRACTICE MEETS ‘THE ART OF TREES’

20/11/2017

‘The Arborealists: The Art of Trees’, Art Bermondsey Project Space, 183-185 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UW 13th December 2017 – 12th January 2018 Private View 6-8pm 13th December. All AICA members

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Balraj Khanna: A Retrospective

18/11/2017

BALRAJ KHANNA: A RETROSPECTIVE GALLERY ELENA SHCHUKINA 23 NOVEMBER 2017 – 26 JANUARY 2018 PRIVATE VIEW: 22 NOVEMBER, 18:30-22:00 RSVP: info@galleryelenashchukina.com Gallery Elena Shchukina is proud to present a retrospective

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Voices of Transition: Contemporary Art from Myanmar

11/11/2017

Voices of Transition: Contemporary Art from Myanmar Lunn+Sgarbossa, 46 Ashfield Street, London, E1 2AJ Thursday 16th November – Sunday 3rd December Opening Reception: Wednesday 15th November, 6 – 9.00 pm

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OPEN YOUR EYES: HANNAH FARRELL

11/11/2017

OPEN YOUR EYES: Hannah Farrell 18 November  – 23 December 2017 Wednesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pm Private view: Friday 17, 6 – 9pm The Ryder Projects, 19A Herald Street,

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Oh God, the Shame! – Ruth Waters and The White Pube

21/10/2017

Is Internet shaming a useful political tool or just mob rule? Join Ruth Waters and The White Pube (Gabrielle de la Puente + Zarina Muhammad) for a presentation and discussion

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In Conversation: Michael Bracewell – The Critic as Artist

21/10/2017

Reading Museum, Blagrave Street, RG1 1QH Thursday 26th October 6.30pm Come and join the University of Reading’s Vice Chancellor Sir David Bell who will be leading a conversation with co-curator

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Seeing ‘Ways of Seeing’

07/10/2017

Ways of Seeing (BBC, 1972) was a groundbreaking television series introducing a broad audience to new ways of understanding art and society. It has been used ever since in arts teaching

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Katia Kameli: Ritournelle

07/10/2017

21 October 2017 to 15 January 2018 In recent years Newcastle upon Tyne has been at the forefront of the imperative to welcome asylum seekers and refugees to Britain. Art+ChristianityEnquiry

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Going along without a body: A Comment on the Sound Track Ritual

07/10/2017

Going along without a body: A Comment on the Sound Track Ritual Anne Tallentire + Cath Roberts (LUME) + Rachael Finney + David Raymond Conroy + Claire Feeley + Libita

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