Lowenna Valerie Waters Lowenna Valerie Waters

Arts Editor (2009/10)

Lowena has written 18 articles for Nouse

Frieze

Frieze Art Fair, in eight years, has become a leading fixture in the art world’s annual calendar. Every October, over 150 of the most dynamic contemporary art galleries from 29 countries gather in Regent’s Park, London, to show over 1000 artists’ work

Coming up for air

Stephen Gill’s photography reflects a wide range of interests, from birds, animals and music. Lowenna Waters speaks to this most contemporary of artists

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Finally, the funding cuts have been announced, and the arts have not fared as badly as they could have done

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The four shortlisted nominees for the Turner Prize have been announced and the exhibition is now open at the Tate Britain; that weighty, dignified and elegant building on the banks of the Thames

The Mott Collection – “Loud Flash: British Punk on Paper”

The Haunch of Venison’s current exhibition is an entertaining, raucous, brash, anarchic rampage through the rebellious era of the British Punk movement

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I recently turned 21, and for that landmark of a birthday, my dearest granny very thoughtfully got me a subscription to The Spectator magazine. I am not sure if you are acquainted with such mentioned enigma, so I shall expand

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As I sit here to write this, outside my window there is one of those quintessentially idyllic English summer scenes unfurling before my eyes: a summer festival

Lowenna Waters talks to Jenny Blyth about working at the Saatchi gallery

Lowenna Waters talks to Jenny Blyth about working at the Saatchi gallery

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In the up-and-coming election, there will be inevitable cuts in the funding of the Department of Culture, whichever party gets into power

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There is a multitude of modernist artists being shown currently in London

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Earlier this month Alberto Giacometti’s L’Homme qui marche I (Walking Man I) sold for £65 million at Sotherby’s London, making it the most expensive artwork ever to be sold at auction

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As we say goodbye to the noughties and welcome in a new decade, what are we to expect from a new era in British Art?