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Charlotte Aiken crowned winner of The Graduate Art Prize 2017!

We are delighted to announce the winner of The Graduate Art Prize 2017, artist Charlotte Aiken for her work Untitled Triptych. Charlotte has just completed her BA at The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University and her winning artwork is a large-scale, three-part abstract painting (created using acrylic paints on canvas), with each one of the three paintings measuring...

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THE GRADUATE ART PRIZE 2017: SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED & VOTING OPEN!

The Graduate Art Prize is an annual award run by ARTIQ and global law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills. Now in its fifth year, the prize showcases the very best of graduate art, with finalists selected from BA & MA courses at leading colleges and universities across the UK. We are pleased to announce that the voting for 2017's winner is now OPEN! People are encouraged to vote for as many artists and works as they wish. Click here to vote: http://voting.artiq.co/graduate-prize-2017/

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ARTIST OF THE MONTH: LAURA BENETTON

September’s Artist of The Month is London based Italian artist, Laura Benetton. Laura studied painting in Venice at the Academy of Fine Art and sculpture at TAM Art Metal-Working School in Pietrarubbia (Pesaro-Urbino), Italy, supervised by sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro. We sat down with Laura to find out more about her work. Read the interview in full below...

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ARTIQ artist Olly Fathers at London Design Festival 2017

ARTIQ artist Olly Fathers has been commissioned to design the storefront of award-winning Carnaby Street store, We Built This City as part of London Design Festival. Inspired by the perspective of buildings and the movement of the city around them 'Mind of an Urban Spaceman' will explore the A-B journeys which create the flow of the city.

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Captivating work from ARTIQ artist Karen Loader at City and Guilds of London Art School MA Fine Art show 2017

ARTIQ's Karen Loader is showing at City and Guilds of London Art School MA Fine Art show 2017. Her installation, 'Between the Perpetual and the Mutable' explores how the atmosphere of a place and details affect our perception.

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ARTIQ artist Sun Ju Lee featured in Arthill Gallery Summer Group Show

Sun Ju Lee, an artist who works with ARTIQ, is featured in Arthill Gallery's summer group show, which also showcases the work of Cyrus Mahboubian and Shaoyan Li. Sun Ju Lee's installation and wall works are all united by the same title, Assembly Passage, drawing attention to the process of their making: during a residency in Luton, Sun Ju Lee assembled notes, drawings, and memories of her walks around various areas in Luton.

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ARTIST OF THE MONTH: DAVID CAINES

August's Artist of The Month is visual artist and designer David Caines. David's psychologically charged paintings bring together unlikely groups of curious and seemingly unrelated characters in carefully arranged groupings against empty backgrounds. Held to ransom by the canvas, they are forced to perform in a curious tableau vivant. We sat down with David to find out more about his work. Read the interview in full below.

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Artist of the Month: Liz K Miller

June's Artist of The Month is printmaker Liz K Miller. Liz graduated from Edinburgh College of Art and Camberwell College of Art with a Masters Degree in Printmaking. Inspired by the cycles and repetitive nature of the human condition, Liz's investigates how we are all an integral part of the natural cycle that creates patterns and structures, from the rotation of the planet and the changing of the seasons, to the mathematical patterns of the smallest structures. We sat down with Liz to find out more about her captivating mix of art, science, music and mathematics. Read the full interview below.

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Artist of the Month: Steve Burden

May's Artist of the Month is talented painter, Steve Burden. Steve graduated from Goldsmiths College, London and Bath Spa University with a Masters Degree in Fine Art. Inspired by his own experiences growing up on the Pepys Estate in Deptford, south London, his paintings investigate dystopian themes and ideas associated with British housing estates. Steve is currently exhibiting his work in solo exhibitions at FAB and Black Swan Arts, with four more exhibitions already scheduled to take place across the country in 2017. We sat down with Steve to find out more about his captivating explorations of society and to explore his ideas and inspiration. Read the full interview below.

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Artist of the Month: Patricia Mato-Mora

April's Artist of the Month is sculptor and writer Patricia Mato-Mora. Patricia works internationally and is based in London. She is an affiliate member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and a Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. Patricia colonizes spaces organically through a physical shaping of a chosen materiality. Her resulting sculptures are monumental in scale, challenging her physically and precipitating a bodily engagement between her body and the space she is working in. Read the full interview below

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Matthew Curtis-Knight - Artist of the Month

March's Artist of the Month is artist and fine art photographer Matthew Curtis-Knight. Matthew lives and works in Essex. Matthews' practice is ultimately concerned with questioning and analysing the modern human condition and our ever evolving relationship with technology. We sat down with Matthew to talk about his impressive work and to find out more about his inspirations. Read the full interview below.

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Matt Emmett - Artist of the Month

January’s Artist of the Month is Matt Emmett. Matt Emmett runs the architectural website Forgotten Heritage where he specialises in locating and photographing some of Europe's most fascinating modern ruins. We sat down with Matt to talk about his stunning work and to find out more about his inspirations. Read the full interview below.

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'A String Of Thoughts' - Debbie Smyth commission at Great Northern Hotel

Great Northern Hotel are of our most prestigious hospitality clients, we have been delighted to build a diverse collection of bespoke art throughout the hotel since 2015. Late last year, ARTIQ commissioned artist Debbie Smyth to work on her most expansive installation to date for the hotel's central staircase. Read more about 'A String Of Thoughts' below

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ARTIQ artist commissioned for major sculpture in 20 Fenchurch Street

Abstract artist Joanna Gilbert has recently completed a sculpture commission for Allied World at 20 Fenchurch Street (also known as the Walkie Talkie Building). “I wanted to keep it simple and let the architecture speak for itself. The reflective surface of mirrored perspex seemed appropriate as reflections in the architecture never cease to inspire me.”

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Laetitia Rouget - Artist of the Month

December’s Artist of the Month is talented artist/designer and illustrator Laetitia Rouget. Laetitia’s practice integrates elements of illustration, graphic design, screenprinting, fashion print, textile and photography. We grab a moment with Laetitia to talk about her art and inspirations. Read the full interview below.

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ARTIQ artist Matt Emmett wins ‘Architecture Photograph of the Year 2016’

British photographer and ARTIQ artist Matt Emmett has taken home the prestigious award of ‘Architecture Photograph of the Year’ at the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2016. The image captures the cavernous underground space and brick arches of a reservoir in Finsbury Park, designed by the East London Waterworks Company in 1868.

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Marley Treloar announced as winner of The Graduate Art Prize 2016

We are delighted to announce that Marley Treloar, a Canadian artist living and working in London and recent graduate from the University of Gloucestershire, has been declared the winner of the 2016 Graduate Art Prize.

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Alice Freeman - Artist of the Month

November's Artist of the Month is talented printmaker and sculptor Alice Freeman. Born in St Ives, Cornwall, Alice Freeman studied at Byam Shaw School of Art and Camberwell College

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Clara Durán - Artist of the Month

Our winner of last year's Graduate Art Prize, the brilliantly talented Clara Durán, is our artist of the month for October. Clara creates stunning pieces using photography as her main medium, pushing its boundaries and integrating other media such as painting, poetry and performance.

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ART CONSULTING AT THE GLENEAGLES HOTEL

ARTIQ worked with interior designers Goddard Littlefair on art for suites, estate rooms and corridors as phase one of the redevelopment of The Gleneagles Hotel.

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Voting Opens for Graduate Art Prize 2016

The finalists for this year’s Graduate Art Prize have been announced and voting is now open, with the winning artist decided by public vote.

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LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL 2016

For this year's London Design Festival ARTIQ joined forces with John Cullen and Luum to put on a pop up exhibition celebrating a British fusion of lighting installations, art and architectural lighting schemes. 

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CLAIRE BREWSTER - ARTIST OF THE MONTH

The fantastic Claire Brewster has been crowned ARTIQ's artist of the month for August, and has given an exclusive interview about her work. To celebrate she has also taken over our Instagram for the following week, so be sure to have a look and gain a great insight into her artistic vision.

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CAMBRIDGE OPEN STUDIOS

Patrick McCrae has written the intro to this year’s Cambridge Open Studios guide, an event which takes place across all four weekends in July.

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INTERVIEW WITH JACOB EATON

Adelaide Damoa of filmed art blog Art Success speaks to our very own Jacob Eaton about his art on her YouTube channel.

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ENTRIES FOR THE 2016 GRADUATE ART PRIZE ARE NOW OPEN

Founded in 2013, the Graduate Art Prize was set up with the direct aim of introducing young artists directly to the corporate art market, providing another means of supporting them and helping get their careers off the ground, away from the traditional gallery route.

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AIDAN MYERS – YOUNG ARTIST IN CONVERSATION

One of our most promising artists, Aidan Myers, has given an interesting and in-depth interview.

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ROBIN HUNGHUN KANG GIVEN PRINTMAKER’S COUNCIL AWARD

Artist at ARTIQ Robin Kang has garnered further honours by being one of only four UK university graduates artists to be granted a Printmakers Council Graduate Award.

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The Power of Art in the Workplace

Organisations should move away from seeing corporate art as purely an aesthetic choice, a trivial matter or an insignificant add-on. Those companies that fully appreciate the benefits of displaying paintings, prints, photographs or sculpture in their offices are giving themselves a significant advantage over their competitors.

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2015 GRADUATE ART PRIZE WINNER

Clara Durán, an MA graduate from Camberwell College of Arts, has been declared the winner of the 2015 Graduate Art Prize, which ARTIQ co-sponsors with the London office of global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills.

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