Virtual permanent exhibition set in the virtual Cold War bunker. Accessible from any computer, tablet and smartphone, also in VR mode.
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Sixty Drawings + Ten is a group exhibition covering a range of drawing styles and practices, co-curated by artists Carolyn Curtis Magri and Gary James Williams, which will be open to the public from 16 June to 11 August 2022 at the Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery in Rossendale.
Sarah Money’s latest exhibition ‘Oil and Stone’ opens in Lewes on 10 June. Here we interview the artist to discover the story behind her work
A remarkable exhibition of new works by Susie Hamilton inspired by literature.
Jenny Eden and Amy Winstanley discuss Clarice Lispector’s Aqua Viva
A collection of diverse artwork in glass cabinets, featuring Kevan Cadman, Neath Champion-Shorr, Ken Horne, Tair Rafiq, Uzma Rani, Teresa Sayner, with Paul Evans
Review by Dr Craig Jordan-Baker. ‘Hidden in Plain Site’ explores how trace memories of human trauma, personal and collective, are embodied within our built environment. Curated by the multi-media artists Veronica Slater and Litza Jansz.
An exhibition of sculpture and prints by Bridgette Ashton
Review of Hockney’s Eye – The Art and Technology of Depiction
Review of Thomas Hirschorn at Maxxi, Rome, November 2021
Review of Heather Phillipson’s installation in central galleries at Tate Britain October 2021
Review of exhibition of painting at Hayward gallery October 2021
Review of Allison Katz exhibition in response to Brian Dillon’s review in The Art Newspaper, No.342, February 2022
On until 19 Feb 2022. Images by Chelsea Van Zyl.
An Essay on Katie Tomlinson’s Exhibition ‘Fight the Moon’ – exhibition continues to 18th December 2021
Curated by Alistair Hicks at The In and Out, a prestigious private members club in Mayfair, this exhibition reveals Joana Galego and Marcus Cope’s latest paintings.
Went to this Exhibitions preview Friday night. What seems initially like an overblown Primary School project given too much money develops as you go through the Galleries reading the chronology into an interesting story peppered with Relics as Art.
Aleph Contemporary curates an exhibition of paintings by ten contemporary artists on the subjects of dreams and the ephemeral.
This surprisingly life-affirming exhibition is Dawn Cole’s strongest work to date. From a deeply personal view-point Cole has created a series of exquisite, yet paradoxical works that have the power to resonate with us all. Cole’s process of photography, the […]
A review of Sussex’ annual visual arts festival.
Covid through an alchemical lens. Curated by Ruth Calland for Contemporary British Painting
A remarkable new collection of paintings by Serena Rowe pays homage to her muse, fellow Scottish painter Joan Eardley.
Two painters bring everyday items to the heart of their art.
A review of The Drawbridge, showing the work of artists who came together online during lockdown and then show their work at the General Office gallery in Stourbridge.
Colin Higginson – In The Manner In Which It Appears SVA 16th May – 5th June 2021 Caught in the moment by Colin Higginson’s central wall-based work of his show, ‘In The Manner In Which It Appears’ at the gallery […]