The artist’s archive can be just as much a source of creative material than a product of it. As Rut Blees Luxemburg explains in her interview with Art360 Foundation, she prefers to think of the archive as an active repository: an evolving record of work and material that is in constant use.Read More
Sometimes you wake up to Archive Fever and the feeling is good. In a day which started with dual emphasis on the practical and philosophical issues of the archive; the presentations which followed were by turn practical, personal, philosophical and political.Read More
‘Archiving Contemporary Art: A Workshop’ held an atmosphere of energy and intrigue. Every speaker’s story was a true testament to the singular complexities of arranging a lifetime’s work. Archiving can be an emotional journey as much as a practical one – it is so important for us to be attuned to the human stories enveloped in the archive.Read More
One of the joys of working on the Art360 Project is visiting artists’ studios. Each studio space has a personality of its own and, through its order and display, contains traces of the artistic life of its owner. These private spaces, which are rooted in thought and creation, carry with them a magnetic quality tied to the artist.Read More
We’re excited to announce to you that we are now known as Art360 Foundation.
Over the last three years, we have carried out a strong public programme and provided much needed support for many artists from diverse practices and backgrounds. The Art360 Project has become synonymous with our work, and so we have decided to incorporate ‘Art360’ into the organisation’s name. Our remit to provide practical support and advice to artists and estates from different generations and with diverse practices will remain the same, but you will soon start to see our new name appear in official communications, and will notice a fresh new look across our website, social media channels and emails.
As an independent charity, we are committed to engaging public audiences to stimulate greater understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art, through a dynamic programme of exhibitions, research, films, workshops and events.
In 2018, we look towards organising a new series of public events and workshops, and raising new funds to be able to open the next round of Open Submissions for the Art360 Project. We depend on the generosity of individuals, trusts and foundations, public funders and businesses to continue our work, so don’t forget to visit our Support Us page to find out how you can get involved.