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28 December 2015

Episode 220

28 minutes


Photo: Hayes Davidson and Herzog & de Meuron

Robert Bound previews the art exhibitions and galleries to look out for in 2016 with a little help from Jane Morris, editor of ‘The Art Newspaper’, and Ossian Ward, head of content at the Lisson Gallery.

28 December 2015

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Jane Morris and Ossian Ward on new art buildings

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Jane Morris, editor of ‘The Art Newspaper’, and Ossian Ward, head of content at Lisson Gallery, sit down with Robert Bound to discuss the upcoming extension of the Tate Modern in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art’s usage of the Whitney’s Breuer building to house its contemporary art shows for the next eight years.

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What’s on at Collectorspace, Istanbul in 2016?

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We head to Collectorspace in Istanbul to find out how its gallery revolves around a single painting and what it has in store for the public next year.

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Kate MacFarlane, co-director of Drawing Room

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Kate MacFarlane is co-director of London’s Drawing Room, the only non-profit gallery in Europe devoted to drawing. She tells us about its new location, which is opening in January, and an upcoming collaboration with Lisson Gallery.

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Jane Morris and Ossian Ward on 2016’s big art shows

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Jane Morris, editor of ‘The Art Newspaper’, and Ossian Ward, head of content at Lisson Gallery, discuss three big art shows to look forward to in 2016 with Robert Bound: ‘Electronic Superhighway’ at Whitechapel Gallery in London; ‘Hieronymus Bosch 500’ at the Noordbrabants Museum in the Netherlands; and ‘Manifesta 11’ in Zürich.

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