Key early work by “the unsung Queen of British performance Art” acquired for York Art Gallery
Quadrille (1976) by Rose English highlights the fetishisation of women’s bodies and explores issues around gender roles, whereby dressage can be seen as a metaphor for power struggles and relationships.
Jewellery by Bettina Speckner acquired for Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Her Amber Girl (2015) brooch makes connections with traditional pendants, brooches and rings in the Gallery’s jewellery collection, and also links to their collections of portrait miniatures and fine-art photography.
The Art World View: The Beauty of Data
The way in which artists are embracing data helps us understand the fundamentals of our world just that little bit differently.
Major new work by Glenn Brown acquired for the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, through the Great Works scheme
The work was made specifically for the museum and is the first piece by the artist to enter into a UK museum collection
National Network Study Day: How to let artists work in response to your archive
The New Art Gallery Walsall has worked with a number of artists on their Garman Ryan Collection and Epstein Archive, notably Bob and Roberta Smith in 2009