Interview with Maria Pilotto after her participation at Whatever it Takes (A Plus A gallery, Venice)
I met with Maria Pilotto on the occasion of her participation in Whatever it Takes (A Plus A gallery, Venice).
This June, British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel (BFAMI) will honour artist Rachel Feinstein at the art organisation’s longstanding renowned Women in Art Lunch.
The Slade’s graduate show contained enjoyable work of a good standard, a lot of flat colour plane figurative painting but some work I found thrilling. There is a growing fondness in art for creating sculptural installations as sites for performance; I kept happening upon signs saying “Next performance…”
Halcyon has set up a special interactive printing and etching station on the ground floor of its New Bond Street gallery
After day’s events come to a close at Scarborough Spa, there will be an all-night party, followed by breakfast on the beach
The future is here. Project Cyborg will revolutionise the way designers think by training materials to build themselves – and adapt to their surroundings
What will we be making shoes out of in 2080? And will our clothes come from fruit? One college course studies exactly that
Price criticises introduction of Ebacc and withdrawal of state funding for humanities and arts at universities
The Perfect Place to Grow exhibition showcases achievements of students and staff including Moore, Hepworth, Dyson and Emin
My placard for the Future that Works march highlights the importance of creativity in schools. Make your own banners – and bring the art of protest to the demo
Thieves who took 18th-century bowl and sculpture from Durham museum probably only in building two minutes, says detective
Georgian satirist’s Chiswick retreat restored thanks to lottery cash and volunteers from the William Hogarth Trust
Many of the 2,500 contributions to this year’s fundraising show offer a graphic response to current events