Artistic Directors for new residency program


Stephanie Delcroix and Michael Pinsky have been selected as the artistic directors for an ambitious year long series of international artist’s residencies in Belval’s former steel works in Luxembourg, to commence in 2015.

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A new commission A Stitch In Time  for the Museum of Contemporary Art has gained a Grant for the Arts Award from Arts Council England.


bcaMichael Pinsky has recently been selected to develop a series of commissions as part of a major redevelopment of Boston Centre of the Arts, in collaboration with architectural practice Utile. The first phase of proposals have been completed and it is planned that the work will commence in 2015.


The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ


Wed, 13/11/2013 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Linking with issue 128 of Urban Design and bringing together eminent practitioners and artists in the field of public art, this event wil look at the innovative ways in which places can be enlivened and enriched by creative design artistry.

  • Introcuction and overview of the recent journal issue from topic editor and UDG patronLindsey Whitelaw
  • Michael Pinsky – British artist who explores the issues that shape and influence use of the public realm in the combined roles of artist, urban planner, activist, researcher, and resident.
  • Peter Fink – Urban designer, artist and founding partner of FoRM Associates with responsibilty for urban and art focused regeneration projects. Peter has played a leading role in strategic projects focusing on green urbanism, drawing upon an unusual background in Engineering, Philosophy and Visual Arts.
  • Jacqui Poncelet – Moving on from early prominence on the international ceramics scene during the 1970s and 80s, Jacqui has since diversified into painting, sculpture and a variety of public art commissions, including ‘Wrapper’ cladding the new building and perimetrer wall next to Edgware Road tube station.

The third commission curated by Michael Pinsky and Stephanie Delcroix for King’s Cross.