Editorial, Curatorial & Creative | 2015–2017
Young Art 2017 Catalogue in support of Cancer Research UK
Edited and compiled by Maria Howard, featuring an interview with Eileen Cooper RA
A to Zakka – An alphabet of objects for everyday life
Concept and Introduction by Maria Howard, illustrations by Charlotte Trounce | Published by Telegram Press
This Year’s Turner Prize Exhibition Makes Good on its Potential to Shock
It’s the same thing every year. The press has a field day with some sensational piece that challenges the very definition of art and the Turner Prize is front page news for the day.
L A N D S C A P E
A group show curated by Maria Howard for Telegram Gallery at the Ground Floor Space, dn&co., London
Etel Adnan’s Vibrant, Visual Poems
Etel Adnan's paintings evoke sheer joy, their style unpretentious, not naive but innocent, at odds with her poetry and writings that bear witness to the violence of the world.
The Sculptural, Musical Paintings of Mary Heilmann
For Mary Heilmann paintings are both puzzles to be worked out and objects to be seen in the round, a unique idea that belies her training as a sculptor.
“The Views of the Majority Don’t Align with My Own”: Artists React to Brexit Vote
After two days of torrential rain, I woke up at 6am this morning to bright sunshine, surely a sign that all would be well. But it would appear the gods were in favor of Brexit. As soon as I checked my phone, the sad news of our country’s decision hit home; texts from fellow insomniacs ridden with expletives reinforced my grief and there has been talk of nothing else since.
Whether artist or everyman, I believe we are stronger together
Much of the Brexit debate has focused on questions of economy, immigration, and security, which will be most impacted by the decision. But little has been said of the arts — one of the most multicultural industries in Britain today.
Young Art 2016 Catalogue
Edited and compiled by Maria Howard, Featuring interviews with Sir Christopher Frayling, Prof Ken Howard RA and more.
The abandoned paintbrush factory producing art’s new superstars
In Romania’s second city, a new school of artists led by Adrian Ghenie is making headlines by confronting the country’s troubled past. Maria Howard talks to Post-War and Contemporary Art specialist Cristian Albu about the key players in this extraordinary movement.
Artists’ books: the exquisite meeting of minds and talents
Book specialist Meg Ford and Anna Povejsilova, a specialist in Impressionist & Modern Art, enjoy some very special collaborations between artists, writers and publishers ahead of the sale of a unique collection
Chinese Contemporary Ink — 5 artists you should know
Our Hong Kong auction of Chinese Contemporary Ink on 30 November offers works that dramatically reinterpret this traditional Chinese genre. Here, specialist Carmen Shek Cerne profiles five artists worth looking out for.
Korean abstract art: 5 artists exciting the international art market
Ahead of the private selling exhibition Forming Nature: Dansaekhwa Korean Abstract Art at Christie’s Hong Kong galleries this month, specialist Yunah Jung profiles the modern and contemporary Korean abstract artists making waves on the international art scene
Meet the Super Collectors
David Gainsborough Roberts and Simon Costin discuss their unique collections
Rising stars of Chinese contemporary art
From Ren Ri’s sculptures in beeswax to video installations by Morgan Wong — gallerist Pearl Lam selects five emerging talents to keep on your radar
Malcolm Franklin | Rock Paper Wood
Catalogue essay to accompany sculptor and printmaker Malcolm Franklin's exhibition at
Eames Fine Art Gallery