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The Residency: Bold Fluidity

Fact Not Fiction Films’ fourth artist, David Schroeter, demonstrates free-flowing lines. See the work at Herrick Gallery, London, from 26 September.

The Residency: Spontaneous Practices

Fact Not Fiction Films’ second documented artist in residence, Melody Park,  paints quickly without interpretation.

The Residency: Scientific Approaches

Fact Not Fiction Film’s documentary explores artists in da Vinci residencies. Dr Suzi Morris, blurs the lines between viral landscapes and painting.

Revolutionary Politics

Whitney Chadwick’s The Militant Muse: Love, War and the Women of Surrealism concentrates on the crucial role of women in the surrealist movement.

Organic Reformation

Experienced in architecture, fashion and design,
Julia Körner combines formulae from the natural landscape with technological advancements.

Cultural Reflections

Sooni Taraporevala’s close relationship with her home-city, Mumbai, is depicted in the 30 images selected for Home in the City at the Whitworth.

Conceptual Dialogues

Those attending Future Now have the added opportunity of an exclusive invitation to the Private View of the Art Prize Exhibition.

Exchanging Ideas

At the heart of Future Now is the understanding that bringing artists together encourages discussion, our portfolio reviews reflect this.

Photomonitor: Digital Landscapes

Ahead of a panel alongside Aesthetica, Corridor8 and Elephant Magazine, Christiane Monarchi expands on digitalised culture.

Roger Ballen: Archetypal Compositions

Hamiltons gallery, London, presents Roger Ballen’s most recent and highly anticipated body of work The Theatre of Apparitions for the first time as a series.

International Women’s Day: Exemplary Visions

In light of International Women’s Day on 8 March, we have selected 10 inspiring women who have contributed to the wider creative industries.

Communicating the Museum: Engagement

This year’s second edition of world-leading museum conference, Communicating the Museum proved one of the most interdisciplinary yet.

Defining Biennials

What do, and will, we remember of art? What of art in public places? What are biennials for – a small, inclusive elite, or the people of the cities that house them?

World Leading Conference “Communicating The Museum”: 16th Edition

For its 16th edition, world-leading arts conference Communicating the Museum comes to Berlin with its most extensive programme yet.

Interview with Tanya Barson, Curator, Georgia O’Keeffe, Tate Modern, London

Tate Modern continues its dedication to the work of major women artists with its upcoming summer exhibition, Georgia O’Keeffe, which brings together over 100 of the artist’s most important works.

Interview with Multi-Disciplinary Artist Gianluca Sodaro

Gianluca Sodaro is an artist and film director. We speak to him about the processes behind his work and the human imagination.

Interview with Curator Valentina Fois, The Other Art Fair London

The Other Art Fair Victoria House returns for its 11th edition. Presenting shows and performance pieces from a variety of celebrated artists, the fair invites visitors to explore a diverse range of art.

Interview with Carol Jacobi, Curator, Painting with Light, Tate Britain

Tate hosts the first major exhibition to celebrate the spirited conversation between early photography and British art. It brings together photographs and paintings including Pre-Raphaelite, Aesthetic and British impressionist works.

Interview with Ying Tan, Curator, CFCCA, Manchester

Coinciding with Manchester’s Year of the Monkey celebrations, the CFCCA launched its 30th anniversary programme in February. We speak to curator Ying Tan about the centre’s commitment to representing Chinese arts in the UK.

Interview with Natasha Hoare, Dialogues Curator, London Art Fair

London Art Fair returns for its 28th edition this week with a host of special talks and gallery sectors. We speak to guest curator Natasha Hoare about the 2016 Art Projects exhibitors.

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