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Anthony Caro: Artist Boss, New Art Centre, Roche Court

Artist Boss opens at the New Art Centre, Roche Court, showcasing research into the lives of artist assistants – particularly those associated with Anthony Caro.

Anthony Caro Retrospective at Museo Correr, Venice

The first major retrospective in Italy of the works by sculptor Anthony Caro could not come at a better time. The Museo Correr assures the artist the attention of anyone in Venice this summer.

Art Dealer Theo Waddington Discusses Hoyland, Caro, Noland at Pace Gallery

Pace London is currently exhibiting works by John Hoyland, Anthony Caro and Kenneth Noland, celebrating the friendship, connections and mutual influence between the three artists.

Caro in Yorkshire, Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle

A Yorkshire-wide celebration of the life and work of British sculptor Sir Anthony Caro opens this week.

Art and Climate:
5 Shows to See

We bring together exhibitions that draw inspiration from the effects of the climate crisis, spanning museums in Berlin, Melbourne and San Francisco.

Portfolio Reviewers 2020

Portfolio Reviewers at the Future Now Symposium 2020 Reviewers for Sessions 1-3 Reviewers for Sessions 4-6 Reviewers for Session 7-9 Reviewers for Sessions 10-12 Reviewers…

Future Now Symposium Speakers 2020

Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2020

YSP: New Methodologies

YSP invite visitors to download Sculpture Cam, a brand-new web app designed to give people a new way to experience the artworks on display.

Revolutionary Curation

Frieze Masters returns this October for its sixth edition, featuring highlights from the last 6,000 years of art history through more than 130 dealers.

Frieze Sculpture: Exterior Forms

Ahead of Frieze New York, 5-7 May, the fair announces its plans for London’s largest outdoor exhibition, on view from 5 July.

Sculpture Reimagined

Following on from Polka Dots at David Zwirner, London, this second iteration of the show marks Carol Bove’s first presence at the spaces in New York.

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Countdown: Interview with Dr Sam Lackey

Dr Sam Lackey works across all aspects of the collections at The Hepworth Wakefield, and is on the judging panel for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016. We speak with the curator about her role.

Richard Long: Time and Space at Arnolfini Centre

We review land artist Richard Long’s new exhibition at the Arnolfini Centre, Bristol which focuses on the artist’s personal relationship to place and local materials in the area where he grew up and lives.

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Countdown: 24 Days to Go – Interview with Clare Lilley

Clare Lilley is Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP), Wakefield, and a member of the judging panel for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016. We speak with Lilley about her work at YSP and curatorial projects further afield.

AAP Interview with Dr Sam Lackey, Curator at The Hepworth Wakefield

For the second talk in the series that runs alongside the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition, we hear from Dr Sam Lackey, Curator at The Hepworth Wakefield who will discuss current approaches to art.

David Farrell, Iconic Images of the Greatest Artists, Osborne Samuel

This exhibition currently on display is the first survey of works by David Farrell since his death last year, and showcases images of famous sitters from Louis Armstrong and Laurence Olivier, to Anthony Caro and the Rolling Stones.

Review of Art and Optimism in 1950s Britain, MIMA

After the devastation caused by World War II, Britain was in desperate need of optimism and re-development. During the course of the war Britain suffered the tragic loss of 383,800 soldiers’ lives.

Review of Art14 London

Art14 London ran from 28 February until 2 March drawing in galleries and institutions from around the world to Olympia in Kensington. Art14 offered something different in the art fair world.

Tom Price, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

A sculpture of a young man in casual dress holding and looking at a phone, Network (2012), will make its open-air premier at Yorkshire Sculpture Park as part of a solo exhibition by Tom Price.

Six Lines of Flight

A new exhibition at SFMOMA surveys the work of artists from six cities that have become burgeoning artistic centres, exploring the changing nature of today’s international artistic landscape.