Essay on Contemporary Art

written by the late Professor of Art at Lancaster University & author of several art books; Nigel Whiteley Phd. F.R.S.A (1953 -2010).

essayaffirm72Painters Tubes  Magazine are proud to be the first Art Magazine to publish this important art essay on Contemporary Art written by the late Professor of Art at Lancaster University & author of several art books; Nigel Whiteley Phd. F.R.S.A (1953 -2010).

FREE TO READ ON LINE: painters Tubes magazine issue#1 Jan/Feb (page 36)

Published in two parts the essay comments in depth on the ‘state of Contemporary Art’ at the latter half of the 20th Century and at the beginning of the new millennium. The essay conveys an essential and important piece of critical thinking which is as relevent today, as it was when it was first published within the Heart 2 Art Exhibition (catalogue) mounted in 2002 as part of the ‘After 5 Years Later Project’ 1998 to 2002 (pp: The Swedish Government Estonian Trust Fund & the D.I.S (Sweden) International Support Group).

….a must read for Academics, Art Students,  and Artists alike.

 

Art and education- a debate

painters Tubes Magazine are providing a platform & active support for a “Visual Art Reunion” exhibition.

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painters Tubes Magazine are providing a platform & active support for a “Visual Art Reunion” exhibition. The project is being developed to provide a basis to stimulate a positive debate about Art Education and the  nuturing of ‘gifted’ young children within an Art Education concentric environment, (for pupils from 11 to 18 years old).

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The ex-puils of the former Manchester High School of Art (1948 to 1984) will be the source for a public Art exhibition (intially in Manchester, UK) which will include: Painting, Music, Ceramics, Textile art, Sculpture, Poety, Prose and Performance Art (i.e. dance and or drama).  For more information on this project please follow the discussion within the painters Tubes magazine – it is free to read on line.

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Historic Essay. “Affirmative Art….”

essayaffirm72Painters Tubes  Magazine are proud to be the first Art Magazine to publish this amazing art essay written by the late Professor of Art at Lancaster University & renown Author of several Art books; Nigel Whiteley Phd. F.R.S.A (1953 -2010).

Published in two parts the essay comments in depth on the ‘state of Contemporary Art’ at the latter half of the 20th Century and at the beginning of the new millennium. The essay conveys an essential and important piece of critical thinking which is as relevent today, as it was when it was first published within the Heart 2 Art Exhibition (catalogue) that was mounted in 2002 as part of the ‘After 5 Years Later Project’ 1998 to 2002 (pp: The Swedish Government Estonian Trust Fund & the D.I.S (Sweden) International Support Group).

….a must read for Artists, Art historians, Academics and Art Galleries alike.

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“Affirmative Art in a disaffirmative climate” essay©Nigelwhiteley/DenisTaylor/W.O.R.K 2001 ISBN:91-631-2047-X