Venice Science Gallery: Earth Water Sky residency

Underwater artist Emma Critchley (UK) is the first winner of the three year EARTH WATER SKY residency programme. The jury awarded it to her for ‘the originality and beauty’ of her proposed project which in the words of Professor Carlo Barbante was the most evocative of the Ice Memory project which he leads.

Both Professor Michele Bugliesi, Rector of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, and Science Gallery Venice’s Director Anna Puccio, consider the residency programme a true added value to the developing Venetian Science Gallery. “We deeply thank the Martine et Didier Primat Foundation for the unique opportunity to host the first three year residency for artists of the whole Network”.

Continue reading here: https://venice.sciencegallery.com/news/emma-critchley-wins-earth-water-sky-residency

RCA Secret

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Everyone’s favourite postcard art show returns with a headline sponsor and name change to Stewarts Law RCA Secret

Stewarts Law RCA Secret is an exhibition and sale of original postcard-sized artworks, by internationally acclaimed artists plus up-and coming graduates from the Royal College of Art. It’s your chance to get your hands on original works of art for a tiny price.

This year we’ll be presenting 2900 works by over 1,100 artists. We’ll be revealing the full lineup of artists when the exhibition opens on 13 March as well as images of all the postcards.

With generous contributions of new work from hundreds of artists and designers, Stewarts Law RCA Secret continues to help emerging artists at a formative stage in their careers.

Opening Times

Exhibition open: Thursday 13 March to Friday 21 March 2014, 11am-6pm daily (late opening until 9pm on 20 March only)

Sale open: Saturday 22 March 2014, 8am-6pm.

Admission Free

Venue

ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART BATTERSEA
Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN

The Secret

Ever wondered if you could spot a Paula Rego at 20 paces? How about a David Bailey? Each postcard in Stewarts Law RCA Secret is signed only on the back, so Collectors don’t know the identity of the artists until they have made their purchases.

Proceeds to Royal College of Art Fine Art Student Award Fund.

You must have a Collector’s Number to purchase a card at Stewarts Law RCA Secret. Register HERE to get one.

Support RCA student artists with a DONATION.

Sponsored by Stewarts Law website

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AiRx presents Disappearing Moon @Art Stage Singapore

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AiRx presents Disappearing Moon @Art Stage Singapore

A Talk with Genevieve Chua and Emma Critchley

Singaporean Genevieve Chua and Briton Emma Critchley share with the audience their experiences, collaborative process and the new works arising from their participation in an artist-in-residency-exchange (AiRx) programme run by the Singapore International Foundation and British Council, Singapore. The two visual artists, whose practices are rooted in fine-art photography, spent three weeks in each other’s countries, interacting with arts communities, continuing their research and developing new work. This led to new solo and collaborative works presented in an exhibition, Disappearing Moon, in Singapore and the United Kingdom.

Saturday 26 January 2013 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Begonia Room, Level 3 Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre

Registration required

More information can be found on the website http://talksartss13.zohosites.com/Disappearing-Moon.html

Genevieve Chua and Emma Critchley – Disappearing Moon

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Disappearing Moon celebrates the collaboration between Genevieve Chua (Singaporean) and Emma Critchley (Briton) under the Singapore International Foundation and British Council AiRx programme. The exhibition features collaborative works in addition to new solo works conceptualised during their respective residences in Singapore and London.

Exhibition launch on 17 Jan 2013.

As the launch event is by-invitation only, please contact us at connect@sif.org.sg if you’ll like to join us.

Public viewing: 18 Jan to 7 Feb 2013

10am – 6pm, Tues to Sun (except 1.30 – 2.30pm)

Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Free admission

Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore

LASALLE College of the Arts

Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, F101

1 McNally Street

Singapore 187940

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Join us at the Disappearing Moon artist talk in conjunction with Art Stage Singapore (at MBS) on 26 Jan 2013. Register here!

Fresh Faced & Wild Eyed photographers announced

The Photographers Gallery have just announced the photographers and artists who will be in this year’s Fresh Faced & Wild eyed exhibition.

Now in its fifth year, this annual event highlights the breadth and diversity of photographic practices emerging from UK institutions, giving graduates a public platform at a critical point in their careers.

The Judges for 2012 are Bridget Coaker, Picture Editor, The Guardian and co-founder of Troika Editions; Anthony Luvera, artist, writer and lecturer, Karen Newman, Curator, Open Eye Gallery and Brett Rogers, Director, The Photographers’ Gallery.

This year’s finalists are Brendan Baker & Daniel Evans, Alison Bettles, Anders Birger, David Birkin, Jonny Briggs, Emma Critchley, Helen Goodin, Paula Gortázar, Maria Gruzdeva, Hallgerður Hallgrímsdóttir, Gemma Marmalade, Marianne McGurk, Nadège Mériau, Vilma Pimenoff, Minna Pöllänen, Martin Seeds, Chloe Sells, Alison Stolwood, Elisavet Tamouridou, Helen Thompson, SeoYeoung Won

From 15 September you can view all the work of the shortlisted artists here: ffwe.thephotographersgallery.org.uk

The exhibition will be at The Photographers’ Gallery 15 – 30 September 2012.

The World in London exhibition opens

The World in London is an offsite exhibition showing presented by The Photographers Gallery in two locations this July & August:

Victoria Park, London E3: 27 July – 12 August 2012
Park House, 453 – 497 Oxford Street, London, W1:27 July – 30 August 2012

Over the past three years acclaimed and emerging British and international photographers have been commissioned to take portraits of Londoners of all ages and from all walks of life. Coinciding with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, this project brings together 204 portraits of 204 Londoners, each originating from one of the competing nations.

My underwater portrait is of Michael Guy from the Bahamas for this exhibition – you can see the portrait and accompanying video on the dedicated website: http://www.theworldinlondon.org.uk/#bah