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  1. Blog
    26 November 2015
    Alyson Rolington

    The ARTIST ROOMS Collection has over 1,600 artworks, drawn from a wide range of media. It is a uniquely active collection of modern and...

  2. Blog
    31 October 2015
    Jen Loffman

    Robert Mapplethorpe is one of those names that makes your ears prick up. If you’re told there’s an exhibition of his work, you probably have...

  3. Blog
    9 October 2015
    Damien McGlynn

    Don McCullin, 80 years old today, is widely recognised as one of the most important photographers of our time. His work documenting conflict and...

  4. Blog
    4 June 2015
    Lara Demori

    If you have never heard about the Italian poet Giuseppe Ungaretti, Like Leaves in Autumn, edited by Carlo Pirozzi and Katherine Lockton and...

  5. Blog
    20 May 2015
    Alicia Bruce

    If I were just curious, it would be very hard to say to someone, 'I want to come to your house and have you talk to me and tell me the story of...

  6. Blog
    14 May 2015
    Louisa Brown

    I am a History of Art student at the University of East Anglia in a love affair with contemporary art. When I received an email back in...

  7. Blog
    3 April 2015
    Jessica Whitfield, Lauren Nicholas

      Last September I began working as an ARTIST ROOMS Trainee for the exhibition Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets at Southampton City...

  8. Blog
    18 March 2015
    Terri Nelson

    "How is this art?" This was the question that came to mind when I heard about Lawrence Weiner’s exhibition that was coming to Woodhorn. Art, to me,...

  9. Blog
    25 February 2015
    Francis Wasser

    Frank Wasser writes about his experience guiding groups through displays at Tate’s London galleries and how Robert Mapplethorpe’s photography...

  10. Blog
    10 February 2015
    Helen Kozich

    The key turned in the lock and the old door swung open, disturbing a couple of pigeons who fluttered noisily into the roof space. Shafts of October...

  11. Blog
    29 January 2015
    Sipho Eric Dube

    I questioned a lot.

  12. Blog
    14 January 2015
    Ella Aurora

      On the 5th of July we, the Burton Art Gallery Youth Collective, were given the opportunity to travel to London in order to view the artwork...

  13. Blog
    16 December 2014
    Ed Ruscha

    Today is Ed Ruscha’s 77th birthday! He is widely regarded as one of the world’s most important artists with a career spanning six decades from...

  14. Blog
    1 December 2014
    Anthony d’Offay

    ARTIST ROOMS founder Anthony d'Offay writes about his recent visit to mima in Middlesbrough to take part in a talk on Louise Bourgeois with Tate's...

  15. Blog
    18 November 2014
    Daniel Whitehouse

    mac Birmingham’s Next Generation programme, in collaboration with ARTIST ROOMS, have been enabled to focus specifically on the work of young people...

  16. Blog
    21 October 2014
    Gayle Meikle

    Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Art Centre, is located in the main settlement of North Uist part of the Hebrides and a group of islands called the...

  17. Blog
    7 October 2014
    Sara Carter

    A student exhibition held in the Sculpture Court of the Edinburgh College of Art is not a rarity and neither is an opening night reception. But...

  18. Blog
    17 September 2014
    Tim Bland and participants

    My name is Tim Bland and I work for Daisi, the arts education organisation for Devon & Torbay. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum approached...

  19. Blog
    4 September 2014
    Park Gallery Youth Ambassadors

    Works of art are often underestimated: what is the real story behind it? As we stand in a gallery admiring the work before us, we are curious about...

  20. Blog
    21 August 2014
    Denisa Tomkova

    Café des Artistes is an inspired series of public discussion evenings focused on the ARTIST ROOMS collection jointly owned and managed by the...

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