Abigail Lane describes her 1993 installation, The Bride, the Body, the Mystery and its Maker. Originally conceived as an outdoor sculpture for a stately home, the work evolved considerably in form and meaning after it was refused display on the grounds of its realism.
An image of a sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor, submerged in the sea near Grenada, has been licensed for Unsung, a new DaDaFest and Turf Love theatre production written by James Quinn and John Graham Davies.
Artimage takes a close-up look at LOVE, 1966-1999, Indiana’s iconic Pop Art image and best-known work. Conceived at a time when America was consumed by the Vietnam War, the striking image became a worldwide symbol for peace, and one of the most recognised images of the Pop Art movement.
With major exhibition Performing for the Camera opening at Tate Modern on Thursday 18 February, Artimage highlights a range of images created by artists which capture their performances, as well as develop the performance process itself.
As we welcome in the New Year, Artimage looks back at 2015 and highlights some of the fantastic products we licensed, ranging from TV documentaries to membership cards.
To coincide with the final month of Mat Collishaw’s exhibitions at The New Art Gallery Walsall and Library of Birmingham, Artimage spotlights a range of his works across photography, painting and sculpture.