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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...

Young people in Sefton and Runcorn launch new book on Northern Identity

YOUNG PEOPLE IN SEFTON AND RUNCORN LAUNCH NEW BOOK ON NORTHERN IDENTITY Our North, a new book produced by local young people in collaboration with artists,...

Why do you share photographs? (Snapshot to WeChat)

Why do you share photographs? (Snapshot to WeChat) Ahead of Open Eye Gallery’s next major exhibition, exploring identity and networks and the influence social media...

Open Eye Gallery – Board Members

DEADLINE: 20th April 2018

Young people explore what it means to be Northern today in new exhibition

YOUNG PEOPLE EXPLORE WHAT IT MEANS TO BE NORTHERN TODAY IN NEW EXHIBITION Our North: An exhibition by Sefton Youth Voice and young people from...

Review: The Pier Head – Tom Wood

The Pier Head - Tom Wood Open Eye Gallery, until 25th March 2018 Words, Carol Emmas I recently rewatched the BBC4 ‘What Artists Do All Day’ documentary...

Review: The Pier Head – Tom Wood

The Pier Head – Tom Wood Open Eye Gallery, until 25th March 2018 Words, Julia Johnson (Messy Lines) It’s one of my favourite things about living in...

Review: Culture Shifts: Local at Open Eye Gallery

Culture Shifts is as important to arts organisers as it is for you or I. An exhibition that is openly trying to move a selfish culture of arts production forward at a very fast pace.

Review: Winds of Change at Kirkby Gallery

Review: Winds of Change Kirkby Gallery, until 13th January 2018 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Open Eye Gallery are showing Culture Shifts: Local now, after a long stint of...

Artists Announced for 10th Liverpool Biennial in 2018

ARTISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 10TH LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL IN 2018  Liverpool Biennial, the largest festival of contemporary art in the UK, today announced the first list of...

Culture Shifts: Local presents new work from eight socially engaged photography projects across Liverpool

Culture Shifts: Local presents new work from eight socially engaged photography projects across Liverpool Photography has become a crucial part of the way that we...

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...
The Stone (2016) Lara Favaretto

Arts Council England announce £38,363,716 of funding for Merseyside

Arts Council England announce £38,363,716 of funding for Merseyside In Merseyside Arts Council funding is increasing by 14% per year and will see a total...

LightNight at Open Eye Gallery

FLOW2 A night of new jazz-classical music in Mann Island's Atrium. Friday 19 May/ 5PM - 10PM/ Free For LightNight 2017, Open Eye Gallery will be taking...

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: 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...

12 things to do in Light and Sound for LightNight 2017

12 things to do in Light and Sound for LightNight 2017 Liverpool’s LightNight opens the senses as the sun goes down Liverpool’s eighth annual LightNight takes...

Liverpool & Hong Kong Reflections: LOOK/17 at Museum of Liverpool

LIVERPOOL & HONG KONG REFLECTIONS LOOK/17 exhibition at Museum of Liverpool The Museum of Liverpool presents Liverpool & Hong Kong Reflections, a new exhibition developed by...

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival unveils first details of “most vital edition to date”

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival unveils first details of “most vital edition to date” Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF), the UK’s biggest annual celebration of Arab...

Photos on the Fringe at LOOK/17

Photos on the Fringe at LOOK/17 LOOK/17, Liverpool’s International Photography Festival launches next month at venues across the city, spilling onto the streets with a...

Preview: The British Music Experience

The British Music Experience Cunard Building, Opens 9th March 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith We tend to leave music to our audiophile counterparts at BidoLito and GetintoThis. If...

Operations Coordinator, Open Eye Gallery

DEADLINE: 29th March 2017

A year’s worth of culture in one summer

50 Summers of Love runs from Wednesday 12 April until early Sunday 3 September and will showcase the incredible creativity which can be found in the city

Photostories: What’s Yours?

When the website launches in February 2017, projects from across Culture Shifts will be available to view.

Review: Open Eye at 40 – NORTH: Identity, Photography, Fashion

Open Eye at 40 - NORTH: Identity, Photography, Fashion Open Eye Gallery, 6th January - 19th March 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Open Eye Gallery turned 40 yesterday. That’s...

What to expect from 2017

2017 in brief Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith A year of anniversaries, archives, discovery and invention. Liverpool is going to be nothing but loud through 2017 where it...

Digital Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Open Eye Gallery

DEADLINE: 3rd January 2017

40 Years of Open Eye Gallery: 1977-2017

40 YEARS OF OPEN EYE GALLERY: 1977-2017 Join us for an exciting year ahead as we launch our 40th birthday celebrations. Over this period, Open...

Featured Artist: Liz Wewiora, Culture Shifts

Liz Wewiora: Culture Shifts is here to help us work out how we might best do this, but not by working just as lone image makers, but together as visual collaborators.

Review: Jerwood Photoworks Awards

Jerwood Photoworks Awards, Review Open Eye Gallery, 28 October – 18 December 2016 Words, Carol Emmas It was a busy evening across Liverpool with a few simultaneous...

Introducing CULTURE SHIFTS Touring Photography Network

A selection of all work created across Liverpool City Region will culminate in a Culture Shifts exhibition at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, in September 2017
Liverpool Biennial Launch, photo by Tony Knox

Review: Liverpool Biennial 2016 in review

Liverpool Biennial 2016 in review Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith It’s the final week of Liverpool Biennial 2016. Almost everything that is going to happen has happened, but...

October 2016 Film Round Up

October 2016 film round up Words, Ilona Walker After a flurry of film screenings as part of Scalarama last month it's back to the regular schedule...

Finance Officer – Maternity Cover: Open Eye Gallery

DEADLINE: 12th September 2016
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Tour: Liverpool Biennial 2016: Public Works, an unofficial guide

Art in Liverpool’s highlights and a suggested tour of how to get around them in one day. And while I’m aiming to tell you about public spaces, one or two other things might slip in, like the Oratory, which do, strictly, have a roof on their heads.

Open Eye appoints new writer in residence: Pauline Rowe

Open Eye Gallery is delighted to appoint Liverpool based poet Pauline Rowe as our first Writer in Residence. Over the next five months Pauline...
Koki Tanaka

Review: Liverpool Biennial 2016: Flashback & Children’s Episodes at Open Eye

In terms of the Biennial's episodic structure we are dealing here with a Flashback, this collection is resolutely forward facing.
Car Park Space, RCA

Review: Biennial Fringe: Telling Tales at the Car Park Space

What Open Eye continue to show their visitors, is that photography is much more than a photograph, it is the ability to capture something. What they prove, repeatedly, is that the best photography is made by those who seek to explore their own existence, and the reasoned existence of their careers.
Koki Tanaka

Featured Artist: Koki Tanaka

“It’s not really about me, it’s about how we can organise things” – Koki Tanaka, on his approach to Liverpool Biennial 2016 Art in Liverpool are incredibly excited to bring you this interview with Biennial Artist, Koki Tanaka.

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