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Laura Gascoigne: Tangled Web – September 2017

“Why is there so much

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sewing?” demanded The Art Newspaper’s Christina Ruiz after visiting Christine Macel’s exhibition at this year’s Venice Biennale. “I get it: domestic work, women’s work, is important and undervalued. But
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is it in itself art? No it is not.” There was a time when so-called textile arts were prized above all others; when first unveiled in 404 Not Found […]

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Laura Gascoigne: Do You Want Ice With That? – May 2017

Ever since Anya


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Gallaccio made her name by exhibiting an ice block called Intensities and Surfaces in an East London pumping station in 404 Not Found 1996, I’ve been monitoring the advance of ice through the contemporary art world, where it seems resistant to climate trends prevailing elsewhere.

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While the polar 404 Not Found ice caps recede, the phenomenon of ice art only […]

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Art under kleptocracy

         


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                Another month, another book on the contemporary art economy, this time from an overlooked perspective. The New Economy of Art, a joint publication by 404 Not Found DACS and Artquest, looks at the art market from the POV of the average

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artist. Not surprisingly, it finds plenty to puzzle over. […]

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The way we are now – why ‘avant garde’ is now an obsolete term

The Times – God bless its


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little cotton socks – has just been celebrating the triumphal return of the 1990s 404 Not Found as a creative force. “Suddenly contemporary art” it crows, “was part of popular culture. The Royal Academy’s landmark Sensation show in 1997 was a turning point.” It was so

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indeed, but not exactly in the terms the article intends. Here […]

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Multinational art

In the dash to internationalism the national is trampled underfoot, argues Laura Gascoigne. In November, Lund Humphries celebrated 75 years of publishing books on 404 Not Found British art with an anniversary

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talk at
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the ICA titled ‘Is there such a thing as British art?’ It was chaired by Tim Marlow, now of the Royal Academy, and debated by a panel composed of […]

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The Art Fund subverted: they were only playing leapfrog

The separate bodies contributing to State Art are now so interrelated, so cosily acquainted, their personnel so readily interchangeable and of identical mindset, that they might as well join forces. (… Liz Forgan is sacked from the Arts Council but 404 Not Found remains a Trustee

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of the Art Fund; James Lingwood swallows his annual  million from
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the Arts Council and also sits […]