Graffiti Dead? Not a Chance! Long Live Graffiti!

Graffiti Dead? Not a Chance! Long Live Graffiti!

Olly MacNamee  31.08.2014
Next Saturday is more than just another showpiece. It is a celebration of an art form still in its infancy really, with plenty of potential...

The Paintings of Beryl Bainbridge, Somerset House

Victoria Sadler  27.08.2014
This exhibition from the Cultural Institute at King's College London offers a fascinating insight into a creative mind. Well known for...

13 Irish Acts to See at Electric Picnic, August 29-31

Peter McGuire  27.08.2014
Pet Shop Boys, Portishead and Beck are some of the big draws at this year's sold-out Electric Picnic but, as usual, there's also a strong...

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 87 - Bruton and Chard, Art and Black Pudding

Thomas Woodham Smith  27.08.2014
It is a very exciting thing for the locals to have a thriving art gallery in their midst and it is the buzz of the town, and beyond. The...

Regardless of GCSE Results There's Now a Real Opportunity for Educational Reform

Charlie Rigby  27.08.2014
GCSE results alone provide a narrow and confusing measure of success with no real consideration of the overall benefits to children of...
Disability - No Longer at the Fringe of the Fringe

Disability - No Longer at the Fringe of the Fringe

Jo Verrent  24.08.2014
I'm writing this as I return from my annual trip to Edinburgh's Fringe Festival. I tend to head up for a couple of days each year to catch...

Thoughts from 512 Hours, the Marina Abramović Exhibition

Gabrielle Leimon  23.08.2014
The event had something interesting to say about obedience. If we all went in, no one taking part or listening to direction from Marina...

The Director of Edinburgh Art Festival Talks Culture and Independence

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams  20.08.2014
I spoke to festival director Sorcha Carey about what can be expected at the Edinburgh Art Festival this year.

Collecting Contemporary Art

Patrick Van der Vorst  19.08.2014
Since 2010 the Contemporary art market has skyrocketed - seeing Sotheby's, Christie's and Phillips de Pury achieving top prices and world...

Changing Tracks

Bob Chaundy  16.08.2014
The sculpture is part of an EU Commission-funded project called Changing Tracks involving Catalonia, County Mayo in Ireland and Northamptonshire...
Mondrian's Art - Obsession and War But With Optimism in Colour

Mondrian's Art - Obsession and War But With Optimism in Colour

Nicola Shaw  15.08.2014
Mondrian's work is currently on display in two of the UK's celebrated art galleries - the Turner Contemporary in Margate and the Tate Liverpool....

Explore Tate Britain at Night Through the Eyes of a Robot

Tate  12.08.2014
Have you ever wished you could have a secret robot alter ego? Or that you could wander around a gallery alone late at night? Well, now...

Wind Charming - Folklore for Today

Bob Chaundy  11.08.2014
A group of artists in Bedfordshire are working hard to create a piece of unique, contemporary folklore that they hope will survive down...

Remembering Beverly Berger

Jamie Andrews  11.08.2014
When I first tried to contact John, it was Beverly who answered my emails. She set up an initial phone conversation with John, and then...