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Review: David Holmes, Werewolf in a Jetpack

Review: David Holmes, Werewolf in a Jetpack Huyton Gallery, until 28th October Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Huyton Gallery proves that libraries and fine art go perfectly hand in...

Lecture Review: Alphonse Mucha & Auguste Rodin ‘A Lasting Friendship’

Lecture: Alphonse Mucha (1866 – 1939) & Auguste Rodin (1840 – 1947) ‘A Lasting Friendship’ Walker Art Gallery – Rex Makin Lecture Theatre Words and Photographs,...

Review: Lubaina Himid at Walker Art Gallery

Lubaina Himid “Naming the Money” Walker Art Gallery, until 18th March 2018 Words, Julia Johnson While the Walker Art Gallery is undoubtedly a positive institution for the...

Review: Eimear Kavanagh’s experimental workshops at Bluecoat

Did it conquer my fear? It certainly loosened me up enough to lose some of the irrational artistic control I’ve developed

Review: Open 3: Affecting Change at Open Eye

Open 3: Affecting Change Open Eye Gallery: Open 3 – affecting change Words, Melissa Dowell In a city known for its independence and standing up for everyone...

Review: Fashion Icons: Celebrating Gay Designers

Fashion Icons: Celebrating Gay Designers Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Till Summer 2018 Words, Samantha Browne The beat of my heels as I ascended the stone steps towards...

Review: Coming Out: Art and Culture 1967-2017

Coming Out: Art and Culture 1967-2017 Walker Art Gallery, until 5th November 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Coming Out made me really uncomfortable in parts. But so does...

Review: Abacus, at Bluecoat

Abacus can only be seen as successful if its users are comfortable.

Review: Precious Innes and Kasumi Dean – A New Place For Me...

Review of Precious Innes and Kasumi Dean – A New Place For Me To Sit Words by Bethan Luisa Ward A New Place to Sit is a duo exhibition featuring...

Review: MINUS at Tate Liverpool (an exhibition that never happened)

The review I could have written. The exhibition didn’t happen though. On 13th July 2017, The Serving Library presented what it called ‘Liverpool minus Francesco Manacorda’

Review: You and I are like that red wall… CBS

You and I are like that red wall… Crown Building Studios Words, Devon Forrester-Jones You and I are like that red wall… is an exhibition guest curated...

Review: Liverpool(e): Mover, Shaker, Architectural Risk-Taker at RIBA North

RIBA North: Liverpool(e): Mover, Shaker, Architectural Risk-Taker: The heady extroversion outside is the result of that continuing belief. Well worth a visit. 

Review: Take a Seat: Seated Portraits at Victoria Gallery & Museum

Take a Seat: Seated Portraits Victoria Gallery and Museum, University of Liverpool, Special Exhibitions, Showing now Words, Samantha Browne Just as I occasionally fancy a mini muffin with...
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Review: dot-art: Micro Macro

Dot-art: Micro Macro, Amy Ritchie and Sarah Nicholson Words, Jessica Fenna Hidden away on the street affectionately dubbed Liverpool’s ‘Diagon Alley’ is one of Liverpool’s most innovative...

Review: Foodsketz, Relay

Foodsketz, Relay Words, Jessica Fenna Foodsketz describe themselves as a ‘collaborative vehicle for food, art and discussion,’ they comprise of Alison Claire and Cat Smith. Starting...

Review: Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919–1933, August Sander and Otto Dix

Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919–1933, August Sander and Otto Dix Tate Liverpool, until  15th October 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith This is an exhibition that received rave reviews...

Review: Portals to Uncertainty, Road Studios

Portals to Uncertainty Road Studios, 16th-23rd June 2017 Words, Kirsten Hawkins Portals to Uncertainty concentrates on the eerie side of our every day, that doubt you experience when...

Review: Aleksandra Mir: Space Tapestry, Tate Liverpool

Aleksandra Mir: Space Tapestry Tate Liverpool, until 15th October Words, Julia Johnson (Messy Lines) Space: The Final Frontier. As science and technology erode the mysteries of the...

Review: Time Slips Away, at Road Studios

Time Slips Away, Road Studios, LightNight 2017 Words, Kirsten Hawkins For the third year in a row, Road Studios has hosted an exhibition as part of Light...

Preview: Siobhan Davies Dance material / rearranged / to / be...

Siobhan Davies Dance material / rearranged / to / be at Bluecoat Exhibition dates: 1–9 July 2017 Siobhan Davies Dance’s most ambitious interdisciplinary collaboration to date...

Preview: Liverpool Book Art Fair, an interview with Simon Ryder

Preview: Liverpool Book Art Fair, an interview with Simon Ryder Liverpool Central Library, 8th & 9th July 2017 Words & interview, Patrick Kirk-Smith Liverpool has a strong...

Review: John Armstrong: Dream and Reality

John Armstrong: Dream and Reality The Atkinson, Southport until 3rd September 2017 The Atkinson, Southport’s home of the arts is currently hosting an exhibition of paintings...

Review: Juliet Fleming, Kieran Leach and Robyn Nichol: Aftertaste, at The...

Juliet Fleming, Kieran Leach and Robyn Nichol: Aftertaste The Trophy Room Words, Devon Forrester-Jones Devon Forrester-Jones, Artist and Co-Leader of Surtsey Projects, takes a look at The...

Preview: Milapfest, Ragafest for Sgt Pepper

Milapfest, Ragafest for Sgt Pepper St George’s Hall, Sun 11th June 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith On Sunday (11th June 2017) Milapfest, the UKs leading Indian Arts organisation,...

Preview: Meow Meow, Rita Riot (Rita Requiem)

Meow Meow, Rita Riot (Rita Requiem) The Oratory, Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitain Cathedral, Hope Street Sat 10th & Sun 11th June 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Meow Meow, otherwise known...

Review: Judy Chicago: Fixing a Hole

Judy Chicago: Fixing a Hole Stanley Dock (Titanic Hotel) until 30th June Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith On an empty building in Stanley Dock, behind the Titanic Hotel, a...

Review: Jeremy Deller, with Metal Liverpool: With a Little Help from...

Jeremy Deller, with Metal Liverpool: With a Little Help from my Friends (Brian Epstein Died for You) Posters around Liverpool all summer 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith ‘Brian...

Review: Physical Fest Launch, 2017

Review: Physical Fest Launch 26th May 2017 Words by Moira Leonard Images, courtesy of Physical Fest Physical Fest: the 14th International Festival of Physical Theatre launched in Liverpool...

Review: Krzysztof Wodiczko, Guests

Review: Krzysztof Wodiczko, Guests Northlight (Brierfield Mill), 20th May – 11th June (weekends only) Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Liverpool Biennial 2016 has gone on tour, working its way...

Review: Adrian Henri: Poet / Painter / Performer

Review: Adrian Henri: Poet / Painter / Performer St George’s Hall, 12th April – 15th July 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Liverpool has a long tradition of socialism,...

Preview: Garth Gratrix, CAMPGROUND

Preview: Garth Gratrix, CAMPGROUND A Small View, 27th May-27th June 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Images courtesy of A Small View & Garth Gratrix This a preview of a...
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Review: Pierre Henry: Liverpool Mass

Review: Pierre Henry: Liverpool Mass Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Saturday 13th May 2017 Words, Julia Johnson (Messy Lines) It’s a rare treat, to be able...

Review: Protégés, Bluecoat Display Centre

Review: Protégés Bluecoat Display Centre, Saturday 29th April 2017 - Saturday 3rd June 2017 Words, Leyla Gurr I had a wonderful art teacher in High School. She...
EDITORIAL USE ONLY Artist Sir Peter Blake receives the City of Liverpool Citizen of Honour award as the artist was in the city to celebrate a two-year extension of his Dazzle Ferry artwork, which was originally commissioned in 2015 by Liverpool Biennial, 14-18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Art Commissions and Tate Liverpool, and will now stay on the Mersey until 2019. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday April 23, 2017.

Review: Sir Peter Blake, in conversation with Richard Cork

Sir Peter Blake, In conversation with Richard Cork Words, Jessica Fenna Often dubbed the founder of British pop art, the renowned artist, Peter Blake has been...

Review: Larissa Sansour: In the Future, They Ate From the Finest...

Larissa Sansour: In the Future, They Ate From the Finest Porcelain Bluecoat, until 24th June Words, Julia Johnson (Messy Lines) What do we really know about the...

Review: Expressive Art on The Mersey, Claire McCarthy

Expressive Art on The Mersey, Claire McCarthy Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, 22nd April - 21st May 2017 Words, Carol Emmas In today’s commercial art scene there are not many...

Review: Michael James O’Brien, His Tender Heir

Michael James O’Brien, His Tender Heir The Gallery Liverpool, 8th-30th April 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith As part of LOOK/17, The Gallery Liverpool are summing up 30 years...

Review: Skywriter: Vs vs Stephen Poleskie

Skywriter: Vs vs Stephen Poleskie 1.11 Residency (LJMU Residency Space at The Royal Standard), 13th April 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Ahead of the final exhibition as Vs,...

Review: Culture Shifts: Global, at Open Eye, Look/17

Culture Shifts: Global, at Open Eye, Look/17 until 18th June 2017 (LOOK/17 continues until 14th May all over Liverpool) Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Hong Kong and Liverpool have long...

Review: Future Forwards at Bluecoat Display Centre

Words, Jessica Fenna Bluecoat Display Centre presents another thought-provoking exhibition, ‘Future Forwards’, showcasing the role of innovative technologies in the world of craft and applied...

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