‘In 2014 St John’s College Oxford appointed me to prepare a work of art for a new Study Centre by Wright & Wright Architects. The building forms an extension to the existing 17th century St John’s College Library which is housed within one of the greatest architectural quadrangles in Oxford, Canterbury Quadrangle. The history, the architecture, habitation, landscape and Nature all contribute to the ‘sense of place’ that my work responds to and becomes a part of…’Read More
I met Karsten in 1986, he would have been in his mid-twenties - a bit brash and unreliable-unrecognisable from his stature and the affection felt for him in the art world at his death.
Karsten always had that incredible eye, matched by his breadth of knowledge and familiarity with every museum in Europe and the USA. Always extremely opinionated, he wore his learning lightly and it was a joy to visit an exhibition or museum with him.Read More
Read the words of artist, Cathy de Monchaux, as she describes the experience or shaping an archive of artworks and ephemera through the Art360 Project (2016-2019).
Cathy de Monchaux is an artist known for creating sculpture in multiple media. Her work can be found in public collections across the UK, Europe and North America. You can view de Monchaux’s biography on our artists’ page.Read More
Art360 Foundation is launching its latest programme for artists and estates, Art360 Scotland. It offers twelve artists and artists’ estates in Scotland a tailored package of consultation and practical support for archiving and legacy planning. Ten places will be fully-funded bursaries and two places will be self-funded. Applications open on Art360 Foundation’s website on 12 April, until 31 May.Read More
Mikey Cuddihy on how her important work Scarlet’s Torn Curtain mysteriously ended up on YBA artist, Gavin Turk’s studio wall.Read More