Instagram has become the default means for artists to present themselves online. Mostly, that’s to show new work, how it comes about, inspirations, recommendations – all of which can be interesting. But some go further: their Instagram account becomes, in effect, the platform for creating new work, perhaps at a slant from the work for which they’re best known. Here are four artists whose posts I look forward to from that less usual angle.
‘ART on the Mind’ Contributing Artists Ian Davenport, Kristjana S Williams and Charming Baker talk to FAD
An impressive list of contemporary artists have generously donated to the 2nd ‘ART on the Mind’ exhibition to raise funds for Cardboard Citizens.
This summer, art world A-listers will take part in the second, annual ‘Art on the Mind’ exhibition and auction
This summer, art world A-listers will take part in the second, annual ‘Art on the Mind’ exhibition and auction, in aid of UK homeless charity Cardboard Citizens.
Artists including Tracey Emin, Anish Kapoor, Rob & Nick Carter and Antony Gormley donate to charity art exhibition & auction for Cardboard Citizens
Art On The Mind an exhibition and auction in aid of Cardboard Citizens, featuring Martin Creed, Ian Davenport, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Brian Eno, Sir Antony Gormley, Sir Anish Kapoor CBE RA, Harland Miller and Gavin Turk.
PREVIEW: ?Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme Present a Contemporary Charity Arts Exhibition @DBakerGallery
Idris Khan, Harland Miller & Polly Morgan donate artworks to Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme
Contemporary Charity Arts Exhibition at Darren Baker Gallery
ArtBelow are presenting ‘Art of Angel’, a transformation of the Angel Tube Station concourse into a public art gallery for the whole of this month.
Tapestries Created by Renowned Artists to be Shown at James Cohan Gallery New York from Jan 8th 2010
BEATRIZ MILHAZES Carioca, 2008 Wool background, silk floral motif, tapestry 2 x 2m (6′ 7″ x 6′ 7″)Edition of 5… Read More