Robbing Banks in the Name of Art

MIT Professor Pleads Guilty to Robbing Banks in the Name of Art and Gets a Year in Prison. Artist and former MIT professor Joseph Gibbons learned this week that robbing…

Reopened Whitworth breaks annual visitors’ record

Over 180,000 people have visited the newly expanded Manchester gallery since it reopened in February following the completion of £15m refurbishment, smashing its previous highest annual visitor figure in just…

Paying Artists Campaign Update

The Paying Artists campaign has just published an update in the form of a report which includes the full summary of results from February’s online survey (which more than 2,000…

Charles Saatchi Sues Saatchi Art

Charles Saatchi Sues Online Platform Saatchi Art to Stop It From Using His Name. Charles Saatchi has launched a succession of legal actions in a UK court against e-commerce platform…

a-n Degree Show Guide 2015

Each year a-n.co.uk puts together an authoritative and useful guide to degree shows.This years features 75 graduate art and design shows taking place across the UK. The publication includes contributions…

Venice Biennale Is Morose, Joyless, and Ugly

Okwui Enwezor pledged to reimagine the Venice Biennale, and his curated exhibition split between the Arsenale and Italian pavilion in the Giardini proves him to be a man of his…

Sarah Lucas - Genitalia-Filled Pavilion

True to her subversive style, Sarah Lucas's presentation for the British Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale hasn't left anyone indifferent.Titled “I SCREAM DADDIO," the exhibition features a cluster of…

Art Patron Gunned Down in Karachi

The Pakistani arts patron and human rights activist Sabeen Mehmud was shot dead in a drive-by shooting in Karachi on Friday, the Guardian reports.The killing took place outside of the…
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