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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...

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: Michael Lacey: A Hole, A Mountain

Michael Lacey: A Hole, A Mountain A Small View, until 28th January 2016 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Just over a year ago I interviewed Michael Lacey as the winner...

Review: Kelly Hayes: The Image Affect

Kelly Hayes isn’t criticising the domestic or familiar, but she does make us pause and check whether what we’ve got is all it seems.

Hidden Gems Feature: Not Such a Small View Gallery

Tucked away on Hanover Street, nestling in Liverpool’s city centre we have Gostins shopping arcade. In this we have a mishmash of independent traders
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Featured Artist: Donal Moloney

Donal Moloney has work at A Small View, in Gostins Arcade until Saturday 1st October. His work is also on display as part of the John Moores Painting Prize

Review: The White Pube, 💧🌚👼🏾

It’s a little Wonderlandish, in a leap of faith way, and very much worth a look for anyone who’s unused to having the everyday questioned.
Ob_ject and Ob_serve at A Small View. Photo by Edgar Zanella

Review: Ob_ject and Ob_serve at A Small View

Ob_ject and Ob_serve introduces us to a very particular perspective on what a non-anthropocentric world would be able to engage with, which is an incredibly approachable question, generously shared.
Detail of 'Too Expensive' by Claire Dorsett

Review: Claire Dorsett – ‘Too Expensive’ at A Small View

What is most interesting is Dorsett’s ability to tell a story employing only the complete minimum. She uses assured lines and colours that help tell the story, elevating this to something far beyond colour composition work.

Review: Kit Brown – ‘Symbiosis’ at A Small View

Words by Patrick Kirk-Smith. Hidden at the back of The Gostins Arcade, at the end of Hanover Street, is an exhibition that could not have found a better home. Kit Brown’s Symbiosis is an immersive, interlinked, audio visual experience.

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