The Tension Gallery Art Prize is awarded annually to selected graduating MA students at Central Saint Martins, UAL London. The selectors for 2022 were artist & director of Tension, Ken Turner and artist & Art Monthly magazine consultant, Matt Hale.
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Ken Turner’s solo show at Tension in July 2022
A solo exhibition of silkscreen prints and weaving frippery by Sharon Paulger.
Wealth Streams Development Agency is an exhibition at x-church in Gainsborough that emerged out of a residency by Marc Renshaw.
The first London exhibition in over thirty years of painter Nicholas C Williams will open at the Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury October- November 2023.
An exhibition by Helen Blejerman in response to the prevalence of femicide in Mexico
This review is for the first Fleece Flow: Bridewell, Liverpool in July, part of the Independents Biennial. The second related exhibition, Fleece Flow: Storiel, Bangor North Wales, on until 16th September, see Events.
‘A Weekend at Hotel Palenque’, a takeover of the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol by Somerset-based, artist-led OSR Projects – Review by Jack Young
A digital, aquatic meditation on the origins and existence of humanity and its potential future, shaped by evolving AI
Nicholas Ferguson’s unusual career trajectory
The subject of a new exhibition, Anna Lerner’s photographs and words turn the mundane into something fresh, says Anna Lamche
Throughout June, Somerset House is taken over by the London Design Biennale. Taiwan’s Pavilion is particularly worth a visit
A two-person exhibition of new works
I visited the Sainsbury Centre to experience the innovations that gallery director Jago Cooper has introduced, designed to improve – or even revolutionise – the way visitors experience an art collection.
An installation by horticultural artists Heywood & Condie at The Artist’s Garden. Open to all 8am – 8pm daily until 23rd May 2023.
An exhibition of new work inspired by Doncaster and its surrounding areas
This exhibition arranged by the Koestler explores the theme of food from the perspective of women in prison or secure services. The Koestler is an organisation set up by Arthur Koestler, a prominent journalist and later novelist, in 1962, which […]
262 CHAIRS: Molly Stredwick and Becky Hancock At Coachwerks, Brighton 11 to 22 January 2023 “A work of art is a whole, and this whole contains many parts – the material out of which it’s made being just one […]
Arts Council England’s new Strategy 2020-2030 makes lots of claims about inclusion and diversity and has shaken up it’s National Portfolio Holders in support of levelling up. The fact though remains that most of their funding will still be delivered by graduates, to graduates.
Artist Stephen Palmer interviews Ally Wallace about his Netherdale Stadium residency and subsequent exhibition at Old Gala House.
A group show at The Bindery featuring collage works by Anna Van Oosterom, Andrew Hewish and Jacopo Dal Bello.
The teenage friendship between Freddie Mercury and artist Adrian Morrish
A review of “How to Get Attention When You’re Drowning” at Cheap Cheap Gallery, co-curated by Dinosaur Kilby and Yasmyn Nettle
A photographic exhibition
Collaborative drawing experiment by Phantom Limn