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50 Exhibitions in 50 Weeks  
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1/2/15 Posted 1/2/15

3 | The Juicers, Laura Eldret, Fig 1/50 and 50/50, ICA Studios Tonight in London sees the launch of fig-2, at the ICA, presenting a new exhibition every week throughout 2015. Curator Fatoş Üstek has revived fig-1, started by Mark Francis and White Cube owner Jay Jopling 15 years ago at a Soho warehouse they called Fragile House gallery. Back then, they juxtaposed newcomers with established names in a spontaneous succession of 50 exhibitions in 50 weeks—among them Jeremey Deller, Pa... [more]

Ello: Is it Good for Artists?  
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9/29/14 Posted 9/29/14

We hate Facebook, but we use it anyways. Its distressing “real name” policy, emotional manipulation for research and the extortion of revenue from small businesses, magazines, non-profits, etc who now must pony up in order for their posts to show in more than 10% of their own fans’ feeds has compounded to make the behemoth social network universally reviled. Unfortunately, no new social media network has come along to take its place. Along comes Ello. Last week, ironically, Twi... [more]

Showcase Winner: Iori Endo  
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9/23/14 Posted 9/23/14

(Image: Iori Endo, Untitled - Lumière, 2014, mixed media on wood, 24 x 24 in.; © Iori Endo) Iori Endo (b. 1987, Tokyo) I am interested in the idea of what makes it a ‘painting.’ My current investigation is to go beyond the physical limitation of canvas, and challenge the boundaries of the traditional understanding of what paintings may be. With emphasis in materiality and physicality, my approach to materials is both controlling and liberated - using its flexibility and... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Iliana Tosheva  
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8/21/14 Posted 8/21/14

(Image: Iliana Tosheva, Close to Nowhere (Field 101), 13/07/2013, Oil on Paper, 12 X 12 X 0.1 Inches; ©  Iliana Tosheva)   Iliana Tosheva (lives in London) As a person and creator I dislike staying the same size. What has permanently inspired me over the years has always been a fleeting image of a less traditional shape, texture or colour or a blend of the three put together that will take my breath away on a sentimental journey ‘back to nature’ and, most importantly to me, on a journey back to who I have n... [more]

Mauro Perucchetti: Catalogue Edition  
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Posted 8/6/14

Mauro PerucchettiMixed-media Lives/works in: London, UKWebsite: http://www.mauroperucchetti.comTo purchase contact: Mauro Perucchetti Mauro Perucchetti's body of work combines Conceptual, Minimalist, and Pop Art traditions. A pioneer in the use of resin, he incorporates a variety of mediums such as crystals, chrome, gold and steel, appealing to the eyes and the sense of touch; his work is a mirror of modern day materialistic desires. Mauro’s art takes a critical yet light-hearte... [more]

Iori Endo: Catalogue Edition  
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Posted 8/5/14

Iori EndoPainting, Sculpture, Mixed Media Lives/works in: London, UKWebsite: http://ioriendo.comTo purchase contact: Iori Endo Iori Endo is a Japanese artist currently based in London, UK. She was born in Tokyo in 1987, moved to the United States at the age of sixteen. She graduated as an Advanced Painting Studio graduate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), where she completed her BFA with a minor in Photography. Endo won Travel Grant and Skyway Photo Contest Hon... [more]

20140709102918-caroline_jane_harris_-_limb Watchlist Artist: Caroline Jane Harris  
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Caroline Jane Harris at Scream 7/9/14 Posted 7/9/14

Scream are proud to present the first solo exhibition by young British artist Caroline Jane Harris. The artist explores the complexities of nature through a labour-intensive paper-cutting technique. Harris is inspired by the natural world and is conscious of the strong yet subtle links between natural life forms and us. She explores the intricacy and beauty of nature, which echo human and man-made systems, by responding to visual phenomena such as geometric, linear and circular motifs found in... [more]

ArtSlant Prize: Only Two Days Left to Enter Round 4  
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7/2/14 Posted 7/2/14

Enrollment for Round 4 closes on July 3rd. That's only two days away! Showcase winners will be announced July 7th. Enter today! Learn more about the ArtSlant Prize 6 Rounds, February - September, 2014 $3 Entry Fee 6 Solo Exhibitions in Chicago Student Prize Track (see below for more details) Lots of exposure on our site and social networks throughout the application and selection process What is the ArtSlant Prize? The ArtSlant Prize is a year-lon... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Dale Wilson  
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6/10/14 Posted 6/10/14

(Image: Dale Wilson, Sixty Minutes Well Spent #1, 2014, Audio-tape on Board, 84 X 84 X 1.8 Cms; © Dale Wilson) Dale Wilson (b. 1985, Cape Town) My work explores tensions between the obsolete and the reclaimable, the digital and the analogue, the machine-made and the man-made. Strands of audiotape are arranged, overlaid and applied to wooden boards in industrial and decorative motifs, evoking the look of machine printed vinyl sheets. This machine-made aesthetic is at odds with the stead... [more]

New Report Shows Most Artists in the UK Don't Get Paid  
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5/26/14 Posted 5/26/14

Shaan Syed, The Cost of Living, 87.9 × 48 cm, 2014, via artsy.net How many artists are starving? In the UK, probably most. According to figures released today by a new campaign called Paying Artists from a-n The Artists Information Company and AIR Artists Interaction and Representation, most artists in the UK cannot support themselves through their art, are not paid for publicly funded exhibitions, and have to turn down gallery requests that don't pay. Here are the exact numbers according to a survey of more than... [more]

20140518063019-smd0144_s Watchlist Artist: Shaun McDowell  
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Shaun McDowell at Hannah Barry Gallery 5/18/14 Posted 5/18/14

"These works speak a language of colour and tell tales of passion ­ the heroics of desire" Shaun McDowell is an accomplished colourist and mark maker. In MOONS MASKS BIRDS DEMONS, he presents a series of seventeen paintings, the result of an extended stay in Tuscany over the course of last summer. There, Shaun was afforded the time and space to work on all the pictures simultaneously, making each individual mark instinctively and incisively. These paintings constitute a potent representati... [more]

20140409164959-08_subway_44_800_507_80_c1 Parts and Labor  
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Moyra Davey at Camden Arts Centre April 11th, 2014 - June 29th, 2014
Posted 5/12/14

Phillip Lai and Moyra Davey make a neat double act. At first glance their parallel solo shows at Camden Arts Centre seem worlds apart: Davey's practice is highly personal and heavily image-based, clinging to the walls; Lai's language is sculptural and industrial. Yet this formal disparity masks a shared thematic interest in processes of production, dispersal, displacement, interpretation, and decay. Davey's exhibition, life without sheets of paper to be scribbled on is masterpiece comprises multiple attempts to... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Simona Ruscheva  
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4/27/14 Posted 4/27/14

(Image: Simona Ruscheva, out, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 50 X 70 X 2 Centimeters; © Simona Ruscheva) Simona Ruscheva (b. 1989, Yambol, Bulgaria) I have always been fascinated by horned animals, especially goats, occurring mostly as part of occult rituals and for me they have always had some ethereal and peculiar radiation, as they belong to something slightly different from our world. So this feeling combined with my endless love to human body, as perfect as it is, comes out from me as an... [more]

GIFs Are Offish Legit says Saatchi (and it’s pronounced “Motion Photography”)  
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4/18/14 Posted 4/18/14

Saatchi Art, the Saatchi Gallery, and Google+ just announced the winners of their first-ever Motion Photography Prize. “Motion Photography” is apparently the high-brow version of a GIF, those low-brow, low-tech repeating videos long enjoyed by Tumblr gurls and basement dwelling neckbeards, and more recently, everyone. They've also already been kind of a thing in the art world—the Pittsburgh collective VIA launched its intense 2014 T.GIF tournament last month and we hosted our own new media compe... [more]

Where the girls are: female filmmakers at the 10th London Short Film Festival  
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Phil Collins, Rachel Garfield, Uriel Orlow, Larissa Sansour at ICA London May 1st, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 7/19/14

http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/sight-sound-magazine/comment/festivals/where-girls-are-female-filmmakers-london-short-film-festival-2013 [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Ben West  
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4/1/14 Posted 4/1/14

(Image: Ben West, Processed ll, 2013, Collage on Card; © Ben West) Ben West (b. 1974, UK) Ben is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates work that is inspired by nature, and is influenced by environmental and ecological issues. His practice explores and defines the traces within the fabric of the natural landscape of mans technologic, economic, and political interaction. The work he creates is invariably encoded with the symbols of human development and intervention. Whilst the images he creates poss... [more]


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