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Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: Longlisted Artist, Richard John Seymour

Longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize, Richard John Seymour’s kaleidoscopic photograph installation China Commodity City depicts the largest wholesale small-commodity market on the planet.

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.

Richard Long, TIME AND SPACE

Richard Long’s career of creating art through his engagement with and movement through the landscape is celebrated by his home city.

Review of Richard Long: The Spike Island Tapes

This is Richard Long’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, and a sees heavy exploration of carborundum; a compound of silicon and carbon that Long is experimenting with for the first time.

Richard Long: The Spike Island Tapes, Alan Cristea Gallery, London

For his first solo exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery, Turner Prize winner and Royal Academician Richard Long will exhibit a series of new, monumental carborundum relief prints.

Richard Long, Mendoza Walking, Faena Arts Centre, Buenos Aires

His first exhibition in Argentina, Mendoza Walking showcases two new site-specific works from British artist Richard Long (b. 1945) at the Faena Arts Center. This art centre rose out of the old machine room of an iconic turn of the century mill.

Richard Long, Lisson Gallery

Richard Long is one of Britain’s leading conceptual artists. His work explores interventions in the landscape, tracking and documenting alterations to the terrain made by his footsteps alone or gathered from the materials of the place.

Walk On – From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff, 40 Years of Art Walking, mac birmingham

Walk On – From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff, 40 Years of Art Walking brings together the work of almost 40 artists including 2 and 3 dimensional pieces, video and performance.

Artist Rooms: Richard Long, The Hepworth Wakefield

The Hepworth stands adjacent to the river Calder’s rushing weir. The cascading energy of this ebullient, artificial diversion of a natural phenomenon is enough to inspire an ancient sense of animism.

Richard Long, Hepworth Wakefield

Richard Long has created two new site-specific works for Hepworth Wakefield. The exhibition explores the artist’s practice across his career, from early photo-based works to later sculptures.

Richard Long/Giuseppe Penone, Haunch of Venison, London

Review by Emily Sack, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. The tree of life, a…

Christine-Ann Richards

The gardens of China and Japan are a decades-long source of inspiration for the thrown porcelain and garden ceramics created by UK-based artist Christine-Ann Richards.

Review of Victor Burgin: UK 76, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

We review Victor Burgin’s seminal photo-text series and ideological snapshot of British society, UK76, at Richard Saltoun, which combined a documentary approach with mass media conventions.

The Raft of the Medusa, Richard Heslop & Simon Armitage, the Aesthetica Short Film Festival

The 5th anniversary edition of the BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival is nearly here! This year ASFF welcomes a special showing of Richard Heslop and playwright Simon Armitage’s collaborative filmic work, The Raft of the Medusa.

Interview with Emma Morris, Executive Director, Towner

Towner presents a major exhibition by English artist and photographer Richard Billingham. We speak to Emma Morris, Executive Director and Curator of Panoramic, about the show’s impact.

Interview with Richard Heslop, The Raft of the Medusa, Film London

Artist Richard Heslop has created a film in response to a radio play by Simon Armitage. Entitled The Raft of the Medusa the project is a commission from Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network.

Interview with Sam Heydt, the Aesthetica Art Prize

Through photography Sam Heydt comments on consumerism and constructed narratives of the past with a concern for the perversity of production, consumption and decay. We speak to Heydt about the ideas and inspirations behind Chrysanthemums.

Review of Richard Serra, Gagosian Gallery, London

Currently on display at Gagosian Gallery at Britannia Street, London, Backdoor Pipeline, Ramble, Dead Load, London Cross sees Richard Serra’s aesthetic extended to four very distinct sculptures.

Magnus Quaife, Like a Child Running a Stick Along a Fence, Bristol

Art history is replete with romantic mythologies, few more potent than the artist as obsessive maker, working round the clock in his studio or in the landscape, as was the case with one of modern art’s most famous obsessives, Paul Cezanne, around whom Magnus Quaife’s solo show is framed.

Richard Hamilton at the ICA

To coincide with Tate Modern’s current retrospective, the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is displaying a dissection of two seminal exhibitions undertaken by the late Richard Hamilton.

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