What happened at Tate Exchange? Network yourself.

Liverpool Artist Network (LAN) and Contemporary Visual Art Network (CVAN) sit at opposite ends of a spectrum. They each make incredible things happen, and...

Review: Test! The programme of trial and error taking chances for...

Test! The programme of trial and error taking chances for Independents Biennial There’s an important layer to the visual arts that rarely gets seen. It’s...

Preview: Dragons of the Pool, coming later this month to Arts...

Believing they had been deserted, the families of Chinese seamen who had been secretly deported back to the Far East tell their somewhat unknown...

Review: Smoke and Fire at Bridewell Studios

Smoke and Fire at the Bridewell, Prescot St. until 14th October 2018 Words, Ian Fallace Images, courtesy of the artists Six artists have created a multi-disciplined show on...

The power of print; Heart of Glass and Kate Hodgson in...

The power of print Heart of Glass and Kate Hodgson in conversation, on their Independents Biennial collaboration Liverpool/St Helens-based artist Kate Hodgson believes in the power...

Farewell Victoria Street; a sad goodbye to a cultural hub, and...

Without agenda or pretence, I want to commemorate a building which has been an invaluable support to Art in Liverpool, the Independents Biennial and...

Art in Liverpool Magazine: Issue #8, 2018 – Editorial

Our final Independents Biennial issue is here. In November, we’re back to normal, returning to routine. But that, in no way, means things are...

Featured Artist: Brendan Lyons

Featured Artist: Brendan Lyons Interview by Ian Fallace Pictures by Fiona Filby Brendan Lyons is a painter who has exhibited for many years producing stand alone and...

Interview with Kiara Mohamed for Humanscape, Independents Biennial 2018

By Bernadette McBride, Writer-in-Residence for Independents Biennial 2018 The byline for Humanscape ‘"When I am looking down at the Liverpool landscape through the drone I...

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Danielle Waine

Interview by Joanie Magill, Independents Biennial Writer-in-Residence Images, Danielle Waine Danielle Waine graduated at the beginning of summer. As her degree show was opening, she was...

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Ali Harwood

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Ali Harwood Interview by Joanie Magill Tunstall Street is one of a number of streets in Wavertree which was designated for...

Liverpool Biennial’s strongest card? Open Eye Gallery’s Madhia Aijaz

Liverpool Biennial’s strongest card? Open Eye Gallery’s Madhia Aijaz One of Liverpool Biennial’s loudest, and aptly, quietest, statements about globalism and the impact of individualism...

How Liverpool’s Metropolotian Cathedral grew new limbs. Ryan Gander’s Liverpool Biennial...

How Liverpool’s Metropolotian Cathedral grew new limbs. Ryan Gander’s Liverpool Biennial commission Time Moves Quickly, the message from Ryan Gander to Liverpool. On the platform outside...

Review: Haegue Yang’s surreal escape at Tate Liverpool

Haegue Yang’s surreal escape at Tate Liverpool Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith On my way in to Tate Exchange to visit our writers-in-residence this month I stumbled across...

Mersey or Huangpu? Liverpool or Shanghai? Chapter Two of China Dream

Words, Ian Fallace Shanghai has been twinned with Liverpool since 1999 and in the interim there has been a building of cultural links between the...

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Angelo Madonna and Sylvia Battista

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Angelo Madonna and Sylvia Battista Interview by Joanie Magill, Independents Biennial Writer-in-Residence On 11 August, Sylvia Battista performed Persephone, a spoken...

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Faith Bebbington

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Faith Bebbington Interview by Joanie Magill, Independents Biennial Writer-in-Residence “I want my work to be outside on the street.” Faith Bebbington’s large...

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Stephanie Carr

Conversations with Independents Biennial artists: Stephanie Carr Interview by Joanie Magill, Independents Biennial Writer-in-Residence  Stephanie Carr’s exhibition, on the top floor of George Henry Lees former...

Review: Sean Scully at Walker Art Gallery

Review: Sean Scully at Walker Art Gallery Words, Ian Fallace “The stripe can do anything in any direction and since it is so common, it corresponds...

Review: New Brighton Revisited – Martin Parr, Ken Grant, Tom Wood

Review: New Brighton revisited Words, Kathy Wainwright A room with a view, and not just of the ever popular beach. The Sailing School at Marine Point...

George Henry Lee’s: A note on getting to know a gem

Over the last few weeks, I’ve come to love this building. I don’t know if I did before, certainly not beyond its beauty. My own...

Review: Sefton Open 2018

Sefton Open 2018 The Atkinson, Galleries, Southport 28th July – 27th August 2018 Words, Samantha Browne The Sefton Open 2018 proves once again that artistic talent in Merseyside...

Preview: Leonardo Da Vinci: a Life Drawing

PREVIEW LEONARDO DA VINCI: A LIFE DRAWING Walker Art Gallery (2019)  Words by Moira Leonard Twelve sketches from an art world superstar. Twelve national galleries. One simultaneous opening...

Reivew: So’Maal: Wonders of the World (IB18)

Wonders of the World 21.7.28 review by Ali Harwood ‘Wonders of the World’ was created for So’Maal to mark the date on which the Temple of...

Ari Benjamin Meyers rethinking musical portraiture for Liverpool Biennial

Ari Benjamin Meyers rethinking musical portraiture for Liverpool Biennial Lord of the Flies was the last thing I saw at the Playhouse. It was ok,...

Review: Tom Wood & Cian Quayle at The Williamson

Photographer, Tom Wood seems to be on-trend currently having had a plethora of exhibitions over this past year. His exhibition at the Williamson Art...

Featured Artist: John Moores Painting Prize artist, Pete Clarke

John Moores Painting Prize artist, Pete Clarke on finding the right place to work, and the right artists to work with Getting Longlisted for the John...

Review: “#67, lapis lazuli springs from rusting iron and blue to...

Tunstall Street, L7, has watched over five years of development as the hoardings around the houses get higher and higher. A new school directly...

Building new futures: Liverpool Biennial artist Mae-ling Lokko

Building new futures: On Liverpool Biennial artist Mae-ling Lokko, and her pursuit of an answer to a global question Mae-ling Lokko, one of the headline...

Feature: “Photie-Man” How Tom Wood made a name for himself

“Photie-Man” How Tom Wood made a name for himself There’s something about the Wirral peninsula that must burrow deep inside the minds of artists who live...

Independents Biennial Writer-in-Residence Programme

From 14 July - 28 October 2018, eight writers will be occupying a space in Liverpool City Centre, reflecting through poetry, storytelling, script and...

LightNight Diary 2018: The year of reflection

The year the voices of Liverpool made a difference. I don’t think I’ll remember LightNight 2018 any other way. There were the usual street performances,...

Review: Woodman and Schiele, on the anniversaries of their deaths

Woodman and Schiele, on the anniversaries of their deaths. Carol Emmas on Life in Motion at Tate Liverpool As Tate Liverpool continues its 30th anniversary celebrations,...

OUTPUT Gallery: Liverpool’s latest, loyalest, addition to the gallery scene

OUTPUT Gallery: Liverpool’s latest, loyalest, addition to the gallery scene Gabrielle De La Puente on her grand plans for a space built by and for...

Art of Football: World Cup 2018 through the eyes of artists

Coinciding with the greatest footballing event across the globe, the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Art of Football will see Liverpool host three major exhibitions,...

Review: ‘Voices from the Hub’ at Open Eye Gallery

‘Voices from the Hub’ Words and images, Adele Emmas Outside Open Eye Gallery, stands the 'Voices from the Hub' exhibition. A collection of poetry and photography produced by Liverpool's 'Waves...

Review: OPAVIVARÁ! Utupya at Tate Liverpool

OPAVIVARÁ! Utupya Words, Joanie Magill Brazilian artist collective OPAVIVARÁ! has taken over the top floor of Tate Liverpool, creating Utupya, their first solo exhibition in the...

Review: Museum of the Moon, at Liverpool Cathedral

Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon at Liverpool Cathedral until 28th May 2018 words, Joanie Magill Suspended from the ceiling in the centre of the well of...

Review: Euphonia: Emma Smith at Bluecoat

Euphonia: Emma Smith at Bluecoat until 24th June 2018 Words, Joanie Magill Standing at the threshold of the gallery space at Bluecoat before stepping into Emma Smith’s...

Review: FRANKENSTEIN 2018, The Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art Exhibition  

FRANKENSTEIN 2018, The Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art Exhibition   Words and photographs by Moira Leonard Frankenstein 2018 is a completely wonderful, delicate, beautiful exhibition, housed...

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