After serious consideration, and in light of recent announcements from the World Health Organisation, the Other Art Fair regretfully announces the postponement of upcoming fairs.
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Waddesdon is pleased to announce a new exhibition of Nick Knight’s large-scale, painterly photographs, displaying the rose as an enduring symbol of beauty.
British fashion photographer, Nick Knight’s constant desire to experiment, push boundaries and challenge his audience has led him to take up a new subject, the classic rose – but expressed in an entirely new way.
Three Modernist artworks have been gifted to the nation to be displayed at the Hepworth Wakefield, including a Dame Barbara Hepworth sculpture, in February 2020.
The donation was made through the Government’s Cultural Gifts Scheme and included Orpheus (Maquette 1), a sculpture by Dame Barbara Hepworth dated 1956, Trevarrack a sculpture by Denis Mitchell dated 1961, and Small Cornish Landscape, a painting by William Scott dated circa 1953.
Galleries and museums in the UK can now apply to be considered for Art Fund's Museum of the Year 2020, the world's biggest museum prize and the UK's largest art award.
Register for or login to your Art Fund account and apply before 12pm on 13 February 2020. The winning museum or gallery received £100,000 while named finalists each receive £10,000.