Changing the face of education: Open School East
Open School East is an anomaly when it comes to art education. Created in 2013, it is a free programme for emerging artists. It provides studio space, and facilitates public events and connections to other art practitioners. It opened in response to the skyrocketing cost of tuition and the burdens of student debt.
London Degree Shows May 2015
Degree Show season is upon us and London's top art and design colleges offer an insight into the brightest new talents at work.
UK Galleries participating at Frieze NY
Frieze New York returns to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park from the 14th of May to the 17th. This fourth edition will present 190 leading contemporary galleries from around the world with 26 participants from the UK.
Robert Montgomery on SEAROCK SONGLINES
On the 9th of May 2015, Scottish artist Robert Montgomery, in cooperation with Saalfelden Leogang and Epicentro Art Berlin, will unveil his first public installation in Austria: SEAROCK SONGLINES is where poetry meets public sculpture
All the World’s Futures: The UK in Venice
The 56th International Art Exhibition entitled All the World’s Futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor and organized by la Biennale di Venezia chair Paolo Baratta, will open to the public on the 9th of May and will be on view through 22nd of November, 2015 in Venice’s historic Giardini and Arsenale Pavilions.
Paris Photo Los Angeles: Directors Q&A
Paris Photo, the world’s most celebrated photographic art fair, returns to the Paramount Pictures Studios in LA for its third US edition. Collectors and enthusiasts of photography can experience over 80 leading galleries and art book dealers from 17 countries world-wide.
POPPOSITIONS: Q&A with director Liv Vaisberg
This weekend sees the return of Brussels' off-fair POPPOSITIONS. As an experiment on the art fair format it gathers galleries and other hybrid art spaces during Art Brussels.
On the Man with the Film Projector
The Man with the Film Projector, the first UK solo exhibition by Taiwanese artist Kao Chung-li, will be presented at the Peltz Gallery London from 23rd April to 5th May 2015.
Daniel Hug on Art Cologne
Art Cologne is the world’s oldest art fair and will be celebrating its 49th edition this coming week. This city and fair is seeped with art history and ArtRabbit had the pleasure to ask the fair’s Director, Daniel Hug about the fair and where to discover emerging art within the city.
Spring weekend in Milan
MiArt kicks off today, marking the 20th edition of Milan’s international fair of modern and contemporary art. Are you in town and looking for young and alternative spaces? Below is a list of spaces worth your visit.
Why I Am So Angry: Q&A with Fedja Klikovac
Currently on view at Handel Street Projects is a new exhibition by Bob and Roberta Smith entitled, 'Why I Am So Angry' which is an exhibition against the UK government's attacks on the arts.
Upward Mobility: Q&A with Debora Delmar
Modern Art Oxford has just opened an exhibition entitled Upward Mobility by Mexico City based artist Debora Delmar who works under the corporate alter ego Debora Delmer Corp. Working with sculpture, video and installation Upward Mobility consists of immersive environments that reflect how commodity, lifestyle and branding reflect our visual surrounds and our concept of self.
DKUK: Q&A with Daniel Kelly
DKUK is not your average art space. Located in South London’s Peckham neighbourhood it is a hidden gem in an arcade alley on bustling Rye Lane. What makes DKUK particularly unique is not location alone, it being an art gallery and hair salon makes it a truly alternative art space.
London Galleries Representing at Art Basel Hong Kong
Art Basel Hong Kong will take place the 15th-17th of March in China’s leading art metropolis. There is strong representation of London based galleries this year and below is a list of venues that will be featured at this year’s fair.
Part one of the New York Art Fair week is descending on the city that never sleeps. Although it may be called Armory Week, with The Armory Show as the main event, there is still plenty to discover.