Critic Jonathan P. Watts takes a cross-generational look at how artists have survived in London from the 1970s until the present, and why they continue to stay.
‘There Goes the Neighbourhood’ is the first in a three-part series of film and essay projects titled 'Page and Screen’, supported by Arts Council England, exploring the relationship between art writing and the moving image. Read the accompanying article in the November-December issue here
The second of a two-part film about Salmon Creek Farm; a 33-acre property in Northern California, originally established in 1971 as a commune and currently being revived by artist Fritz Haeg as a long-term project. In part one, three of Salmon Creek Farm’s original communards tell the fascinating story ...src: Vimeo 11:22
In November 2014, the American artist Fritz Haeg bought Salmon Creek Farm, a 33-acre property in Northern California, originally established in 1971 as a commune. Haeg is currently reviving Salmon Creek Farm as a long-term project, with the help of an informal community of artists, crafts-people, cooks, dancers, designers, farmers ...src: Vimeo 11:15
What effect has digital technology had on contemporary painting? Mark Godfrey, curator of international art at Tate Modern, discusses a new display of paintings from the last ten years exploring how artists negotiate the world of iPads, scanners and smartphones.src: Vimeo 8:54
Assistant editor Paul Clinton examines the political complexities undergirding this year’s Sharjah Biennial 12src: Vimeo 9:04
'Surround Audience’ – the third New Museum Triennial, curated by Lauren Cornell and Ryan Trecartin – opened at the New Museum, New York, in February 2015. Dan Fox reports on the highlights of the exhibition.src: Frieze Video 6:55
London-based graphic designer Fraser Muggeridge talks us through his ongoing design education – from his early sources of inspiration to the recently discovered figures, processes and publications that feed into his many projects.src: Vimeo 9:25