The Showroom, a contemporary art space based in London, teamed up with Filmmaker Producer Reece Ewing to present IN·FLO·RES·CENCE – a major new project which sees 12 musicians from across the globe create new compositions in response to daily life during the pandemic.
Christopher Green is an artist based in Cornwall. He works with painting, books, and installations, conversing with domestic objects in creative ways.
Today’s guest is Silvia Mariotti, Italian artist working with photography, sculpture, and video. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mariotti researches the habitat surrounding us, identifying the linkages between artificial and natural.
Liv Schulman (b. 1985, Buenos Aires, Argentina), is a multidisciplinary artist, working between video and performance art. She is the winner of the 20th Prize Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, awarded on the occasion of the exhibition The Twentieth Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Prize, curated by Neïl Beloufa in September 2018. She currently lives and works in Paris,
Barbican Art Gallery has announced that it will reopen its doors to the public on Monday 13 July 2020, in line with government guidelines and with new safety measures in place.
Public Art Fund has launched Art on the Grid a multi-platform exhibition of new work by a group of 50 New York-based, emerging artists.
Mick Rock, British born and bred, now living in New York, has been raising funds to help the NHS since the covid-pandemic crisis started. After his initial 5 never-before-seen prints of David Bowie, Kate Moss, Freddie Mercury, Syd Barrett and Bryan Ferry, MICK ROCK has decided to release 5 more exclusive images of pop culture icons and the stories behind each.
Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
On the occasion of Anna Fox’s participation in the specially curated online exhibition In Sickness and in Health: Heather Agyepong, Anna Fox and Jo Spence (James Hyman Gallery), I managed to sit down with Anna Fix and ask her some questions.
ARTSTHREAD has partnered with i-D Magazine, to launch the online Global Design Graduate Show 2020 – the first ever online global design competition – as a proactive response to this year’s covid-19 disruption.
This week I interview Daina Taimina, a Latvian mathematician, math historian, and artist. Born in Riga, Taimina is currently an Associate Professor at Cornell University in the US, where she uses crocheted models to teach hyperbolic geometry
As students’ struggle amidst the covid-19 pandemic struggle to survive, Liverpool John Moores BA students are taking action to showcase their work. Faced by multiple Degree Shows cancellation, postponement, and ‘online-only’ surrogates – long criticised by many – the Liverpool institution is launching their final exhibition… “on Mars”.
Ai Weiwei has launched a new initiative in collaboration with eBay, the artist and activist is selling limited-edition protective masks created in his studio in Berlin
This week’s guest is Alma Zevi, founder and director of the eponymous gallery based in the heart of Venice – ALMA ZEVI.
The Southbank Centre has announced it is at risk of closure until at least April 2021, as a result of the economic impact of COVID-19, disclosing details of crippling financial pressure as its reserves run dry.
Today we hear from Sara Piccinini, the senior coordinator of Collezione Maramotti. She reflects on the present (and future) of the Collection amidst these particular times, as well as talking about all the different projects the public collection has put in place to support its artists.
This week I talk with Lemonot, a design and research platform founded by Sabrina Morreale and Lorenzo Perri in 2016. Fluctuating between London, Bangkok, La Paz and Italy
PUBLIC gallery bring together over 50 artists from around the world for NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT digital exhibition which aims to help stimulate connection and engagement during this unprecedented period of physical isolation being experienced worldwide.
10 Questions from Isolation- This week’s guest is Huma Kabakci, independent Curator and Founding Director of Open Space. Kabakci completed an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art, as well as a curatorial fellowship at the 2018 Liverpool Biennial
This week’s guest from isolation is Nora Silva. She is a London-based multidisciplinary artist, cook and singer born in Madrid (Spain). Silva graduated from the Royal College of Art, and she has since performed at Tate Exchange, the Design Museum and the Camden Arts Centre in London.
During the COVID-19 lockdown – one of the best ways to get around is cycling and if you want to go a long way an electric bike like Zooz is even better.
Glasgow International has announced details of a new, digital programme in place of the 2020 festival, which has been postponed until 2021.
British-American artist Russell Young reveals rare, limited edition diamond dust paintings as part of Taglialatella Galleries’ Art for Relief campaign to benefit COVID-19 outreach
I have collated some of my favourite initiatives. and will interview the key players in this wave of change in the following weeks.