In the second of Free Word’s topically themed Seasons that explore the power and politics of words, All The Ways We Could Grow offers vital perspectives on a topic often repositioned as ‘new’ in current conversations, but which has existed throughout history.
GoodIdea: Vancouver Gallery Gets Around Crazy Real Estate Prices by offering an Artist Residency at Sea.
Artists will sail from Vancouver to Shanghai aboard cargo ships, providing them with both studio and ample reflection time.
“Wallpaper coming to life in a dolls house.” “Inside the mind of Stanley Kubrick.” “Illustrate 140 characters.” These are some of the tweets that generated artwork at ‘Tweet-A-Brief’ Handsome Frank‘s recent exhibition.
Two recent major acquisitions of film and performance, Lis Rhodes’ Light Music 1975 and Suzanne Lacy’s Crystal Quilt 1985-87 go on display for the first time in The Tanks at Tate Modern from today.
The Timeknowledge Continuum offers for the first time a theory conceived by artist Steven Dickie, which unifies time and knowledge into a single continuum.
The company frequently prints avant-garde images on walls around Europe and offers printing services to businesses in need of a unique way to promote their products
Zanny presents her first solo exhibition at Neville Johnson’s London showroom
Giorgio Granozio’s artwork has been selected by the Jury Committee of the “SALON D’AUTOMNE 2012 Exhibition.
Asgar,Gabriel, Ewa Axelrad, Edward Coyle,Alex Daw,Kieron Dennis,Zavier Ellis,Chris Jones,Alexis Milne,Sarah Pager,Lucas Price,James Sillavan,Daniele Villa
The Republic of Photography is to present The World’s First Photobooth Festival, taking place in East London on 21st July.
This exhibition seeks to ask, “what is a crime?” The exhibition title, derived from an obsolete law still on the books in Los Angeles, points to the definitions of criminal behavior as sometimes absurd, other times poetic, and occasionally magical.