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26 May, 2009

New Art-Switch Video Blog!

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We’re proud to present the second installment of our London based artist interview series! This interview takes place with sculptor Jeremy Willett and provides an insight into the way he works, his influences and what he intends to achieve with his work. Jeremy’s work fuses sculpture and painting, finding an exciting juxtaposition between the two […]

Part of Brandeis University in Massachusetts, the Rose Art Museum is facing an uncertain future that could result in the selling of its 8000+ work art collection. The museum was founded in 1961 and holds some early works by great American artists such as Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg. It’s also held some […]

02 May, 2009

Berlin Wall Murals to be Re-created

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120 Artists works decorate the ‘East Side Gallery’ Paintings that adorned the East side of the Berlin wall are to be restored in a scheme to breathe a new life into the dilapidated wall that now serves as one of Berlins main tourist attraction. After the wall was torn down, a group of eastern Berlin […]

Damien Hirst has chosen an unlikely setting for his next retrospective, Kiev in Ukraine. He’s picked up on the former Soviet Republic’s ‘newly discovered interest in contemporary art’ and plans to bring over 100 sculptures and installations, plus oil paintings to the city. Many of these works have never been seen before, but as Hirst […]

02 May, 2009

Turner Prize 2009 Shortlist Announced

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Roger Hiorn’s is one of the four nominated artists The four shortlisted artists were announced for one of the biggest art prizes of the year have been announced this week and are as follows: Enrico David, Roger Hiorns, Lucy Skaer and Richard Wright. The prize is held annually and open awards ‘a British artist under […]

The Diana Memorial, Hyde Park. But what could have filled the space instead? The Henry Moore Foundation was set up by famous British sculptor Henry Moore to promote visual art, especially sculpture across two settings, one in Leeds and another in Hetfordshire. Moore himself is famous for his monumental public sculptures that are dotted all […]

02 May, 2009

New Art-Switch Video Blog!

Posted by: admin In: Art Switch

We’ve got a new project kicking off today! The Art-Switch video blog aims to give you an insight into the working practice of a range of London Based Artists. We kick off today with Alice White, a painter whose work features in the Art-Switch library. There are more interviews in the pipeline, so keep checking […]


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