Muirhead Bone

Muirhead Bone Collection

Sir Muirhead Bone (23 March 1876 – 21 October 1953) was a Scottish etcher, drypoint and watercolour artist who became known for his depiction of industrial and architectural subjects Britain’s first official war artist, Muirhead Bone trained at Glasgow School of Art and was posted to France in 1916, arriving during the battle of the Somme. Through
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Art Corporation of America Incorporated

BRIDGING 1977

Artists Climb New York City’s Largest Bridges Embracing Manhattan as Media Sculpture –  40 Year Anniversary At 9am, May 19, 1977 – Seven artist/ climbers and a ground team of about 30 people scaled New York City’s seven largest suspension bridges, stopping rush-hour traffic for 20-30 minutes to embrace Manhattan. BRIDGING succeeded in its goal
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Sita Pieraccini, Maria McCavana, Nichola Scrutton, Natasha Russell, Hannah Brackston, Sumit Sarkar, Stephen Hurrel, Kit Mead, Elizabeth Wildling, Ross Whyte, Lewis Sherlock, Matteo Lanfranchi, John Rogers, Alex Rigg, Adrian Schvarzstein, Jurate, Martin Janicek, Steffi Oettl, Samson Ogiamien, Juri Cainero, Zoe Katsilerou

SURA MEDURA, Sri Lanka

UZ Arts presents the work of twenty-one European artists who have been resident at Sura Medura in Sri Lanka since 2006. The programme includes performances, installations, video and visual arts. The Sura Medura International Residency has been welcoming European artists to live and work in Sri Lanka since 2006. Artists are invited to make work
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Rose Frain

This Time in History, What Escapes

This Time in History, What Escapes is an installation about Afghanistan, where the humanitarian and political crisis continues and ISIL / Islamic State is gaining ground. The work conveys the rupture in military masculinity since the withdrawal of Nato troops, and the symmetric pan-cultural erasures of women: “what escapes” conventional reportage. The materials used have
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Cosmic Collisions at MERZ

An exhibition of new works by Charles Jencks, cosmologists Carlos Frenk and Noam Libeskind together with drawings and models by architect Daniel Libeskind for his recently opened Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics at Durham University. And in addition for August, in the adjoining B-52 Hangar, David Rushton's Art Particle models.
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Alastair MacLennan

Air A Lair

This retrospective comprises drawings, performance artifacts and video documentation, encapsulating different series of artworks made from the 1970s onwards, up to MacLennan's current practice.
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IMAGINE; developed by Marthe Chabrol, Lujza Richter and Hari Reed

Protestimony: We need to talk about Calais...

Protestimony communicates an alternative narrative about the “refugee crisis”. It challenges the dehumanising and depoliticising rhetoric of mainstream media using artworks and other material created by refugees who lived in the Calais Jungle.
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Jane Frere

#ProtestMaskProject

Artist and theatre designer Jane Frere has worked in a variety of media over many years. She began painting professionally whilst living in Greece, prior to studying at the Central St Martin's College of Art and Design and postgraduate studies at the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL).
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Rudolph von Ripper

Rudolph von Ripper: War, Resistance, Art and Love

The Austrian aristocrat Baron Rudolph von Ripper was an internationally acclaimed printmaker and painter and a contemporary of Otto Dix, George Grosz and Käthe Kollwitz during the first half of the 20th century. Summerhall is presenting Rudolph von Ripper’s forgotten art to a wide international audience for the first time.
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Liliane Lijn

Early Events: Five Narrative Sculptures

In Early Events (1996-2000), Liliane Lijn brings to Summerhall five narrative sculptures, exhibited for the first time in the UK, that form part of a series in which the artist examines her psyche. Like shards of brilliant glass, Lijn discovers early memories embedded within different parts of her body.
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Ketty La Rocca, Marikki Hakola , Giny Vos, Elaine Shemilt

The Time is Right for…

Artists began to work with video from the late 1960s as a more accessible alternative to film. Although many of these artists are well known today, there are several women artists who experimented with video in the early years who have since been forgotten or marginalised.
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KANNAN ARUNASALAM, ABDUL HALIK AZEEZ, MAYA BASTIAN, RADHIKA HETTIARACHCHI, SUJEEWA KUMARI, VIJITHARAN M., ANOLI PERERA, RAJNI PERERA, VENURI PERERA, PALA POTHUPITIYA, ALEX STEWART, KANESH THABENDRAN and ANUP VEGA

Return: in search of stillness

Drawing from artists that have participated in editions of the Colombo Art Biennale since its inception in 2009, Return: in search of stillness presents multi-media visual representation by ten artists and four projects from Sri Lanka and of Sri Lankan collaboration to deliver a visual trajectory of catharsis, displacement, exit and stillness.
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Richard Lees

This is Hull! Rock Against Racism

From fly-posting to picture frame, from street to gallery, Richard Lees' This Is Hull! Rock Against Racism Posters is a visually stunning retrospective of original silk screen prints, representing one community's fight against racism.
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