Our first Artist of the Month for 2020 is Steve Messam. We talk to him about his practice which involves creating large, temporary intallations in the landscape.
Last autumn, contemporary textile artist, Seiko Kinoshita created a 2-part commission shining a light on the rich heritage of Belper, in the heart of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site in Derbyshire.
For #Five2Watch this month we've selected five artists who have made work informed by reproduction, featuring: Alexis Rago, Alison Shanks, Joseph Ismail, Aylwin Lambert and Steve Oliver.
In this month's Playlist we present a selection of videos that explore line and space. Featuring works by James Steventon, Tom Pearman, Patrick Lowry and Jeannie Driver.
New Art Highlights of the week includes Ian Rayer-Smith, Rebecca Key, Elizabeth Couzins-Scott and Jeremy Gluck.
We have more copies of our Social Works?: Open for sale. Social Works?: Open speaks to the precariousness of socially engaged practice during an extended period of government-led cuts to arts funding across the UK, and the continued importance of maintaining and supporting a critical voice within socially engaged art.Contributors include: Jen Delos Reyes, Kerry Morrison, R.M. Sánchez-Camus, Claire Mead, They Are Here, Harvey Dimond, Lauren Velvick, Les Monaghan and Joe Cotgrave.
In our monthly What's On Guide we share events from our Axis Directory members that are happening in January.
Our first Artist of the Month for 2020 is Steve Messam.
Seiko Kinoshita's commission for theDerwent Valley Mils World Heritage Site in Derbyshire.
For #Five2Watch we've selected five artists who have made work informed by reproduction.
In this month's Playlist we present a selection of videos that explore Line and Space.
New Art Highlights of the week selected from the Axis Directory.
Get your copy of our Social Works? Open publication featuring new commissioned writing about socially engaged practice.
A selection of events happening in January from our Axis Directory members.