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Corin Sworn: Silent Sticks, Max Mara Art Prize for Women, Collezione Maramotti

Corin Sworn, winner of the fifth edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, shows her new project Silent Sticks at Collezione Maramotti, Italy, from 4 October 2015 to 28 February 2016.

Corin Sworn, Max Mara Art Prize for Women, Whitechapel Gallery

Collezione Maramotti and Whitechapel Gallery announce a special evening of conversation, reading and performance with Corin Sworn, winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women.

Corin Sworn: The Rag Papers, Chisenhale Gallery, London

Canadian, Glasgow based artist Corin Sworn unveils her new exhibition The Rag Papers at the Chisenhale Gallery today. This will be Sworn’s largest and most ambitious exhibition to date.


Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2016

Review: Frieze London 2015

The multi-sensory and new unfolded over four days in Regent’s Park during Frieze Art Fair. Now in its 13th year, the fair has evolved with its expansion, integrating innovation as it progresses with its prizes, programming, and projects.

GENERATION: Toby Paterson Exhibition, Kirkcaldy Galleries

GENERATION is an ongoing nationwide series of exhibitions celebrating 25 years of contemporary art in Scotland. Toby Paterson’s show, organised by FCA&C with the Scottish Touring Exhibitions Consortium, is one of the first exhibitions to have opened as part of the project.

Shortlist for the Max Mara Art Prize For Women

The Whitechapel Gallery in collaboration with Max Mara have announced the five shortlisted artists for their fifth Art Prize For Women. The Prize is the only visual art prize for women in the United Kingdom.

BiennaleOnline: Emerging Artists Of The Future Announced

The online platform ART+ announces 180 of the most promising emerging artists at a critical moment, when they are poised to become established artists, chosen by 30 world-leading curators.

Scotland + Venice 2013

Scotland + Venice will present a showcase curated and organised by The Common Guild. The exhibition will feature new work by artists Hayley Tompkins, Duncan Campbell and Corin Sworn.