Dead Pigeon Gallery Presents: Dockers – The ’95 to -98 Liverpool Lockout

Dead Pigeon Gallery Presents:Dockers - The ‘95 to ‘98 Liverpool LockoutDocumentary Photography Exhibition by Dave Sinclair 'In September 1995,...

Liverpool Lockdown Treasures: The Waterfront (Part 1)

Liverpool Lockdown Treasures: The Waterfront (Part 1) Words, Images & Trail by Bryony Large...

Review: High Viz, Dead Pigeon Gallery

High Viz, Dead Pigeon GalleryWords & images, Lorraine Bacchus High Viz Lockdown 2.  It’s like...

Featured Artist: Ashleigh Nugent, author of LOCKS, and Creative Director of RiseUp CIC

Featured Artist: Ashleigh Nugent, author of LOCKS, and Creative Director of RiseUp CIC Interview,...

Review: German Revolution Expressionist Prints at Lady Lever Art Gallery

German Revolution Expressionist Prints at Lady Lever Art Gallery until 28th February 2021 (check here for updates on restrictions & visiting times)

Q&A with Steve Des Landes

Q and A with Steve Des LandesWords, Carol Emmas Steve des Landes went from having a solo exhibition at...

Review: The Time We Call our Own, Open Eye Gallery

The Time We Call our OwnOpen Eye Gallery until 23rd October View the full exhibition in VR online here

Review: The Liverpool Nude – An Exhibition of Work from Merseyside’s Life Drawing Groups

The Liverpool Nude – An Exhibition of Work from Merseyside’s Life Drawing Groups Words & Images: Lorraine Bacchus

Review: Don McCullin at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool’s Don McCullin is perhaps the most challenging exhibition of recent years.

Review: Linda McCartney Retrospective, Walker Art Gallery

Review of Linda McCartney RetrospectiveWalker Art Gallery, until 1st November 2020 words by Lorraine Bacchus  From...

Review: Linda McCartney Retrospective

Linda McCartney RetrospectiveWalker Art Gallery, 8 August – 1 November 2020 Words, Remy Greasley Linda McCartney...

Lockdown Walking To Another Place

Lockdown Walking To Another Placewords and images: Lorraine Bacchus One of the inherent qualities of Antony Gormley’s iron men...

Review: Remedial Phantasmagoria: Frances Disley’s ‘Pattern Buffer’ at The Bluecoat

Pattern Buffer is Frances Disley’s retort to the elitist, and somewhat traditional, conventions of beauty

Digital Exhibition: Williamson Art Gallery & Museum: June Furlong

EXHIBITION: JUNE FURLONGEXHIBITION DATES: 3rd June 2020 - OngoingVENUE: Williamson Art Gallery & Museum (see full exhibition here) Today...

Digital Exhibition: Bridewell Studios: RE-FORM, Wirral Met BA Fine Art 2nd Year Exhibition

“make changes in (something, especially an institution or practice) in order to improve it.” 

Digital Festival: Africa Oyé Archive

With Africa Oyé 2020 cancelled, take a look back at Africa Oye over the years below. Some of Liverpool's best photographers have...

Digital Exhibition: Williamson Art Gallery & Museum: Wirral Met – 25th Annual BA (Hons)...

25th Annual BA (Hons) Fine Art Degree Show As we settle in to social distancing and the temporary closure...

Digital Exhibition: Williamson Art Gallery & Museum: The Williamson Open 2020

Welcome to the online edition of the Williamson Open Art & Photography Exhibition 2020 Hosting an exhibition online, rather...

Digital Gallery: dot-art: Pixel

Exhibition Details: Pixel, dot-art Gallery dot-art’s exhibition Pixel showcases the works of four contemporary artists from the North West,...

Digital Gallery: Victoria Gallery & Museum: Audubon Gallery

Victoria Gallery & Museum: Audubon GalleryPermanent DisplayLocation: Gallery 8, first floor John James Audubon (1785-1851) was a nineteenth-century wildlife...

Digital Gallery: Victoria Gallery & Museum: Here or Roundabout: Local scenes by Allan P....

Here or Roundabout: Local scenes by Allan P. Tankard Location: Gallery 4, first floor This exhibition...

Digital Gallery: Victoria Gallery & Museum: Secret Art of Survival – Creativity and ingenuity...

Secret Art of Survival - Creativity and ingenuity of British Far East prisoners of war, 1942 - 194525 October 2019 - 20...

Digital Exhibition: Victoria Gallery & Museum: The Errant Muse

The Errant Muse16 November 2019 - 2 May 2020 Location: Gallery 1, first floor Exhibition information:

Digital Gallery: Victoria Gallery & Museum: From Near and Far

From Near and FarLocation: Tate Hall Museum, second floor A display of pottery and porcelain from the VG&M collection...

Digital Gallery: Victoria Gallery & Museum: Watercolours from the VG&M Collection

Victoria Gallery & Museum, Watercolours from the VG&M Collection

Digital Gallery: Bluecoat Display Centre: Alice McKenzie – In The Window

Bluecoat Display Centre, Alice McKenzie - In The Window

Digital Gallery: Bluecoat Display Centre: Limited Editions

Bluecoat Display Centre, Limited Editions until 23rd May 2020

Digital Gallery: Dead Pigeon Gallery at 189 Oakfield Rd

Current show: In A Little Terraced House Oct 2019 - March 2020 189 Oakfield Rd, Liverpool 4 0UF

Review: Jonathan Baldock, Facecrime at Bluecoat

Review: Jonathan Baldock, Facecrimeat Bluecoat until 21st June 2020 Words by Remy Greasley There isn’t a...

Review: Frances Disley, Pattern Buffer – Bluecoat

Review: Frances Disley, Pattern Buffer Bluecoat Words & Images, Sophia Charuhas What do we do to feel better about ourselves? In her installation, Pattern Buffer, Frances Disley...

Review: An English Ladies Wardrobe

Review: An English Ladies Wardrobe The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, L3 8EL Until 1st March 2020 Words and pictures by Col O’Kell  An Enthralling Glimpse of the Liverpool...

Review: Medical Mavericks; a Tate Exchange from Alder Hey Hospital & Twin Vision

Medical Mavericks: Alder Hey Hospital & Twin Vision Tate Exchange, until 29th February 2020 Review, Sophia Charuhas At the beginning of the 19th century, Liverpool had the highest...

One Last Interview: Threshold Festival’s Jazamin Sinclair & Andy Minnis

One Last Interview Threshold Festival's Andy Minnis (Festival Director and Visual Arts Organiser) & Jazamin Sinclair (Visual Arts Organiser) Interview by Patrick Kirk-Smith (featured image: Illustrated...

Review: Secret Art of Survival: Creativity and Ingenuity of British Far East prisoners of...

Review: Secret Art of Survival: Creativity and Ingenuity of British Far East prisoners of war, 1942-1945 - Victoria Gallery & Museum Words, Remy Greasley Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore;...

In Photos: The People’s Mardi Gras, Krewe Liverpool

On 7th February 2020, Laura Brownhill and Mellowtone transformed Sefton Park Palm House into a one night only surreal masquerade ball inspired by the...

Review From Kirkby With Love – Portraits Celebrating Local Communities by Philip Garrett

Review  - From Kirkby With Love – Portraits Celebrating Local Communities by Philip Garrett Words by Lorraine Bacchus Photos by Sherriff “Painting is more than just a...

Review: Visual Rights – Open Eye Gallery

Visual Rights, Open Eye Gallery - Corinne Silva’s Garden State rethinks territory. It’s a challenge to many things, but primarily to how we as individuals think about ownership.

Review: Away Day – Bath Society of Arts, at Edtions Ltd.

Bath Society of Arts - There was an enticing opportunity the other evening to talk to some printmakers about the many ways in which they achieve their images...

Review: John Moores Prize Winners, Walker Art Gallery

John Moores Prize Winners, The Walker Art Gallery - To commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the competition...