Venue:St. Margaret's House
Date:July 27, 2014 at 04:00 PM
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Summer is here and what better way to celebrate than to avoid the sun and head straight to your local gallery. We’ve selected some of the best exhibitions coming up over the next few months, from large-scale blockbusters to smaller but no less important shows across the country.
From:July 26, 2014
To:August 17, 2014
The third page in visual correspondence for Revolve:R. Some of the works will be on show at Choisi Gallery, Lugano, Switzerland, from 6 July to 13 September. If you’re in the neighbourhood this summer I hope you can drop by. […]
This week’s selection takes in two career spanning survey shows – Giulio Paolini in London and Bruce McClean in Colchester – plus there are ‘earthy’ new works by William Cobbing in Middlesbrough, and a new film installation questioning the concept of freedom by Grace Schwindt in Birmingham.
The 8th Liverpool Biennial is a more modest affair than previous years with less visibility across the city, and while the core programme is deftly curated, it leans heavily on work from the past. Chris Sharratt reports.
Follow the progress of my residency with Bank Street Arts, Sheffield. The residency will see the development of participatory cross-stitch project, as well as a large scale cross-stitch piece by the artist.
Last week saw the official launch of Generation, a Scotland-wide celebration of the last 25 years of contemporary art in the country, with blockbuster summer shows opening in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Chris Sharratt reports.
This year’s Liverpool Biennial is the first that director Sally Tallant can really call her own, having arrived in Liverpool only a few months before the 2012 festival. Now with a new, earlier July start date and a refreshed approach, Laura Robertson finds out what has changed at the UK’s biennial of contemporary art.
This week’s selection of must-see shows ranges from a stand-out Glasgow show of new work as part of Generation in Scotland, to something spooky going on in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire.
The 25th BP Portrait Award has been won by Thomas Ganter for his painting of a homeless German man.
Now in its tenth year, Embassy Gallery’s Annuale festival in Edinburgh celebrates artist-led collaboration in Scotland’s capital and beyond.
This week’s selections range from an exploration of ‘fabric’ trends in art at a small gallery in London, to The Hepworth, Wakefield’s first major survey show of Franz West’s work since his death two years ago.
This week we suggest there’s more to the Serpentine’s summer programme than Marina Abramovic’s durational performance, that Mondrian isn’t the only thing to get excited about at Tate Liverpool, and that a chance encounter with eight artists in Middlesbrough is worth planning for.
As part of an exhibition marking the 250th anniversary of William Hogarth’s death and featuring work by David Hockney, Yinka Shonibare MBE and Grayson Perry, Jessie Brennan is exhibiting a series of newly commissioned drawings of the soon to be demolished Robin Hood Gardens in Poplar. She talks about the project.
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