Richard Meaghan Exhibition

Popular Liverpool artist, Richard Meaghan has a studio on the 6th floor of the Gostin Building in Hanover St. Over the next month, all...

Cartoon Exhibition

Yesterday was slightly surreal. In the morning I was balancing on top of a wheelie bin to gain a better view of the Liverpool...

Crosby – ‘Another Place’

I never realised before that there was such an extensive beach at Crosby. Its that long stretch that everyone ignores as they head for...

‘Blanch’ at ArtspeQ Quiggins

I do like the Myrtle Group. I remember their degree show in this same gallery last year when they graduated from the Community College...

Terry O’Neill ‘Celebrity’ at the Walker

Review of Terry O’Neill 'Celebrity' at the Walker by Jo Raven The work of celebrity photographer Terry O’Neill is currently on display at the Walker...

The Agony and The Ecstasy – Post Review

Review of the latest FACT exhibition by Mike Chapple in the Daily Post

What a Corker!

I had a great weekend in Cork but have to say the city's not exactly buzzing with cultural events. Lack of funding is mostly...

Lady Lever Artwork of the Month – July

'Knucklebones', by Phillip Wilson Steer Free picture of the month talks will be held on 14 and 26 July at 1pm. This depiction of children playing...

Walker Artwork of the Month – July

'Age of Jazz figures', by Clarice Cliff Free Gallery talks Tuesday 12 and Thursday 28 July, 1pm, 'Age of Jazz' exhibition. This toy-like and playful group...

Wirral Degree Show, Seaside & Kif

Me and my friend M had a lovely day out on the Wirral yesterday. Starting at... Wirral Met Degree Show at Williamson Gallery Birkenhead This finishes...

So What Happened on Thursday and Friday?

It must be all this sunny weather, I'm struggling to find the time to write about all the things I've been to see. Last...

Wildlife Photography at Conservation Centre

Wildlife Photographer of the Year (2004) at the Conservation Centre until September 18th 2005. The international competition, organised by the Natural History Museum and BBC...

Summer of Love at Tate Liverpool

Summer of Love Review by Jo Raven Tate Liverpool’s Summer of Love exhibition explores an entire era of exceptional political and cultural change, spanning over...

Show Us!

Its difficult enough for any artist to find a place to exhibit their work. Its doubly difficult if you are a student or recent...

Cubism and its Legacy

The Gift of Gustav and Elly Kahnweiler at Liverpool Tate. Another new exhibition running until May 2005, this celebrates Gustav and Elly Kahnweiler’s gift to Tate...

I Don’t Believe It

'Seeing Is Believing' at Liverpool Tate. Seeking sanctuary from the heaving crowds of bargain hunters in the city centre I visited the relatively quiet Tate....

JJ Audubon – The Birds of America

Liverpool Central Library until 31st March 2005 After leaving the Walker on Sunday I called into the Central Libraries next door. Isn't it great that...

Bill Viola at the Walker

In the Bloomberg New Contemporaries this year there was a short video by David Rowland entitled 'Bill Viola is Rubbish!' I have to say,...

Does my Head Look Big in This?

Britain's 50 Best Dressed Men Photographic exhibition at the Conservation Centre until Feb 20th Best Dressed!? Liam Gallagher in his anorak! Robbie Williams in...

Arena Art Auction

The Annual Auction at Arena gallery has become a popular pre-christmas event both for serious art collectors and others who are just looking for...

‘Faith’ at Hope

Yes, I tried to think of a way of adding Charity into the title but couldn't come up with anything, sorry. The Faith exhibition...

Merseyside Artists Association

Christmas 2004 Exhibition at the University Senate House until Dec 17th. 121 paintings of varying standard. I'm sure I saw some of these last...

Watch This Space…

...is the title of the latest exhibition at the Bluecoat. Its supported by Fivearts Cities and features collaborative work from recent projects involving communities...

A Quiet Sunday? – No Way!

I used to hate the crowded city centres, especially at this time of year but now I have a much more Taoist, go-with-the-flow attitude...

Friday Viewings

I went to 2 viewings on Friday evening. I have to fight my way through the crowds of office workers on route to their...

‘Pop’ at the Unity Theatre

This is an exhibition of works by Nicholas Franklin who is an art director for Mersey TV currently working on Hollyoaks. There are a...

Open Eye, SLAG, LAA and Kif

I thought that once the Biennial was over things would be very quiet. Not so. I visited four new exhibitions today and there's more...

The Incredible Indelible

At L.Issue Gallery in the Urban Coffee, Smithdown Rd. This opened on Nov 30th and ends Jan 16th. I went to the private viewing on Friday...