Royal Academy of Arts, London

Tracey Emin: Artist over— and in— the broadsheets (2001)

Art Design Publicity magazine
R.J. Preece (ADP) - 01 Dec 01

Tracey Emin: Artist over— and in— the broadsheets (2001) “... the tent and the artist offer great copy generated by the artwork’s contained textual focal points— the artwork’s title, facilitation of a media-genic headline, the description the artwork generates, her brilliant Tracey quotes, and the...

Sensation exhibition merchandising (1997)

Creative Business & Entrepreneurship
ADC staff - 16 Sep 97

Sensation exhibition merchandising (1997) Check out the merchandising accompanying the landmark exhibition Sensation (18 September - 28 December 1997). Merchandise accompanying Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection Royal Academy of Arts London, England 18 September -...

Sensation exhibition press conference (1997)

Art Design Publicity magazine
ADC staff - 16 Sep 97

...Royal Academy of Arts, London 16 September 1997 PRESS RELEASE Text by Royal Academy of Arts The following comments were made by Sir Philip Dowson, President of the Royal Academy and David Gordon, Secretary of the Royal Academy at a press briefing for Sensation today. Sir Philip Dowson...

Sensation at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (1997)

Art Design Publicity magazine
Kim Min Su (Editor of Art Design Publicity) - 12 Sep 97

Sensation at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (1997) Here’s the press release of the landmark show that got so many people talking. Sensation: Young British artists from The Saatchi Collection Royal Academy of Arts London, England 18 September - 28 December 1997 (Closed 25 December)...

Norman Rosenthal’s Sensation essay (catalogue excerpt) (1997)

Art Design Publicity magazine
ADC staff - 12 Sep 97

...Royal Academy of Arts, London WHY SENSATION? Extracts from the introductory essay to the catalogue by Norman Rosenthal. What is so new about the art in Sensation? The answer lies in this generation of artists’ totally new and radical attitude to realism, or rather to reality and real life...