TOP 5 on art most read this week

TOP 5 most read on FAD this week.

 

The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

http://fadmagazine.com/2015/11/22/tabishs-top-5-art-exhibitions-to-see-in-london-this-week-90/ffound1

New survey shows arts sector is a closed shop.

Create have announced the findings of its Panic! survey, which was delivered in association with Goldsmiths, University of London, University of Sheffield and LSE as part of major new project Panic! What Happened to Social Mobility in the Arts?

http://fadmagazine.com/2015/11/23/new-survey-shows/

PS1-1024x5121-1024x5123 PREVIEW: ARCADIA AMERICANA a multimedia exploration into the heart of the American Dream.

http://fadmagazine.com/2015/11/22/220987/

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4 The world’s first Instagram-curated art exhibition.

Paintguide opening tonight (Thursday 26th November) is the world’s first Instagram-curated art exhibition. An innovative collaborative exhibition of new works by 60 international artists working primarily with the medium of paint, as featured on the hugely successful Instagram account @Paintguide.

http://fadmagazine.com/2015/11/25/worlds-first-instagram-curated-art-exhibition/

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New Art gallery to open in Cambridge

http://fadmagazine.com/2015/11/19/new-art-gallery-opens-in-cambridge/

A new art gallery will open at Downing College, Cambridge on 6th February 2016. Designed by world-renowned architects Caruso St John, the gallery is an innovative commission by Downing College and will be dedicated to modern and contemporary art.

The gallery will open with an exhibition of works from the private collection of Sir Alan Bowness, former Director of Tate and an alumnus of Downing College. Generation Painting 1955-65: British Art from the Collection of Sir Alan Bowness features works by an array of significant mid-20th century British artists including major works by Patrick Heron, Peter Lanyon, William Scott and Allen Jones. It is the first time these rarely seen works will be displayed together, and the exhibition draws links between the collection and his long career in the arts. Some of the paintings are already in the collection of the Fitzwilliam – others will follow.Scott_Blue_Still_Life1

 

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