Faiza Butt highlights the importance of a cultural world that reflects the world. Not just a narrow patriarchal western narrative world view
Displaying and caring for your art works are important. Here the Cadremont team explains the importance of using quality photo mounts
Young In Hong opens her The Moon’s Tick show at the Exeter Phoenix with a live performance. The exhibition draws on imagery of collective protest and demonstration in recent Korean history and allude to the politics and economics of the (predominantly female) global textiles industry
Artist Phillippa Mills claims she is no social commentator, but her exhibition Truth and Beauty at The Forum, Exeter Uni, takes the pressure of staying thin to explore the thin line between beauty and disposability.
Andrew Logan Art of reflection at Buckland Abbey will have its final farewell viewing on Sunday, March 4. The works have helped tell the Abby’s story in a new and different way
Lake Keitele: A Vision of Finland at the National Gallery to mark 100 years of Finland’s independence, and to explore Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s beguiling work
The ancient red earth of Devon is a feature of Frances Hatch’s work, and the title of her solo exhibition at Honiton’s THG reflects her hands on approach
The exhibition of those competing for the cover of front cover of the July/August edition of Evolver, the Wessex Arts and Culture guide is on at the THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery) Honiton
Artist Judy Watson and creative studio UAP have unveiled tow row, a public bronze sculpture which is now on display at Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in Brisbane.
Young artist Jessica Burgess from Norwich has won the 2017 Lynn Painter-Stainers’ Young Artist award for her work Victoria
Work by British artist Idris Khan forms the Memorial at the heart of Wahat Al Karama park in Abu Dhabi
Land/Sea (Tir/Môr), a major new photographic exhibition by Wales-based artist Mike Perry will be at Plymouth Arts Centre
Spanish painter and illustrator Júlia Moscardó, who lives in Cambridge bagged the Brian Botting Prize for her portrait of German girl, Elfe
The solo exhibition of work by Oliver Sutherland is part of Plymouth College of Art’s South West Showcase, which aims to uncover and celebrate the talent of contemporary artists such as Oliver who are working and living in the South West, and to present a long-term commitment from Plymouth College of Art to profiling and supporting the practices of artists in the region.
Exeter Phoenix is presenting Body Builders, a solo show of recent work by British artist Emily Speed.