Abbi Bayliss didn’t expect her solo show at the Exeter Phoenix to go on so long. We chat to her about missing her art and powerful portraits
Michael Hanrahan, a painting student at Plymouth College of Art, has been selected as one of 8 painters in the Freelands Painting Prize
A survey by art rental consultancies ARTIQ shows that freelance artists need support to see the through the coronavirus crisis
The coronavirus is enforcing an accelerated innovation in art as artists and the art world respond. Adia Wahid looks at the new environment
NATURE SHORTS: from THG, an online series showcasing art practices which inspire, build creativity and deepen our connection with nature
Innovative artist, Adia Wahid, and finalist for the Contemporary British Painting Prize, Katrina Blannin, have spoken out on the place of women and technology in the art world at a debate hosted by Stellar International Art Foundation, which covered breaking out of the confines of gender politics.
Sustainable artists are at the front line of raising awareness and working against the issues of climate change. Here are just four of them
Joe Webster takes creates an intimate and real relationship with place and self in his paintings which dance between abstraction and realism
63 years of the work of Martin Dutton will be explored in a retrospective of this abastract and landscape work in a Parallel Themes exhibition
Original Cornish art rental is available in a unique service from Cornish Galleries, which offers contemporary art to try before you buy
Van Gogh sunflowers are taking centre stage at the Van Gogh Museum this summer as they are explored to their fullest for the first time
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.