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Imogen Aldridge
Courtauld Institute Of Art (University of London)
Hi! I'm a History of Art student and assistant art editor at TNS. I love watching weird performance art, walking around galleries, and then writing about it. Follow me on Instagram (@imogenaldridge) or email me (art.assistant@thenationalstudent.com) if you want to get in touch!
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This new exhibition explores works of art made by people behind bars and in young offender programmes.

We Made This: Turner Contemporary’s exhibition of art by offenders

This new exhibition explores works of art made by people behind bars and in young offender programmes.

Daria Martin's exhibition imbues her grandmother's dream diaries with new life, lifting them off the page and onto the screen.

Tonight the World: Daria Martin explores her grandmother's dream diaries

Daria Martin's exhibition imbues her grandmother's dream diaries with new life, lifting them off the page and onto the screen.

Stephen Acosta celebrates women of colour and the successes of feminism in his new show at The Book Club.

Underground artist Stephen Acosta sheds anonymity for new 'Woman' exhibition

Stephen Acosta celebrates women of colour and the successes of feminism in his new show at The Book Club.

Qui Leilei's new exhibition at 3812 Gallery fuses the East and the West with his hyper-realistic paintings.

The Fusion of East and West: Qu Leilei's new exhibition

Qui Leilei's new exhibition at 3812 Gallery fuses the East and the West with his hyper-realistic paintings.

With the Brexit deadline looming, how are artists reacting to this political uncertainty?

Artists on the uncertainty of Brexit

With the Brexit deadline looming, how are artists reacting to this political uncertainty?

Banksy's tribute to the Bataclan terrorist attack victims was stolen on Friday.

Banksy's tribute to Paris terrorist attack victims has been stolen

Banksy's tribute to the Bataclan terrorist attack victims was stolen on Friday.

Eames Fine Art celebrates the themes of Christianity, sexuality and typography in the work of Eric Gill.

From Sexuality to Christianity: The new Eric Gill exhibition

Eames Fine Art celebrates the themes of Christianity, sexuality and typography in the work of Eric Gill.

Paola Ismene explores the power of the mobile phone in her new exhibition.

#SelfExpression: Paola Ismene's Saatchi Gallery Exhibition

Paola Ismene explores the power of the mobile phone in her new exhibition.

Renowned British artists are working with the charity Hosptial Rooms to create enriching environments.

Hospital Rooms: Using art to battle mental health

Renowned British artists are working with the charity Hosptial Rooms to create enriching environments.

The Royal Academy's 2019 Summer Exhibition, coordinated by artist Jock McFayden, has kicked off with a call for submissions.

The Royal Academy's call for Summer Exhibition submissions

The Royal Academy's 2019 Summer Exhibition, coordinated by artist Jock McFayden, has kicked off with a call for submissions.

Adobe Stock predicts the images to embrace in the coming year.

Adobe's Visual Forecast: Images that will define 2019

Adobe Stock predicts the images to embrace in the coming year.

The controversy, the sale, and the exhibition: three moments within the art world that shocked and were celebrated this year.

Moments that defined the art scene in 2018

The controversy, the sale, and the exhibition: three moments within the art world that shocked and were celebrated this year.

How are artists tackling global warming?

The artists fighting climate change

How are artists tackling global warming?

Herman Lohe speaks of the unbreakable bond between humans and nature, and how this is reflected in his painting.

Our connection to nature: An interview with artist Herman Lohe

Herman Lohe speaks of the unbreakable bond between humans and nature, and how this is reflected in his painting.

Campbell discusses the history of the nude, the art world, and how to kick-start a career in the arts.

'Sex and Sensuality' Exhibition: An interview with gallery director Toby Campbell

Campbell discusses the history of the nude, the art world, and how to kick-start a career in the arts.

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