There is something delightful but with a sense of uneasiness in this installation by Inga Lineviciute.
I hopped on a plane to Belfast to visit Double Act: Art and Comedy. The exhibition, curated by David Campbell and Mark Durden, is twinned with an exhibition of the same name at Bluecoat. It shows a different story entirely to the one I visited on School Lane, Liverpool.
After 11 years of "DIY scribbling, sculpting, printing and animating", local artist Laura Spark is embarking on a Masters in Animation at the Royal College of Art. Exhibiting models and sets used in her animation work as well as prints, workings and doodles.
Discovering Liverpool Central Library & Williamson Art Gallery by Lorraine Bacchus One of the most challenging aspects of being an artist is putting the work out...
Josie Jenkins 'Container Island' from Edge of The Known World:New Landscapes from China and St Kilda exhibition at Corke Art Gallery
We had a good chat about art, sheds, allotments and, of course, birds which feature a lot in his artwork. Until Sunday 9 August 2015. Open 10.00 – 17.00
Liverpool: Next Stop New York at View Two Gallery now on until 31 August. The Liverpool Next Stop New York exhibition investigates the links between these...
The launch event for Mike McCartney's exhibition of his photographs featuring St George's Hall was packed out and Mike was in fine form...
The Print Social is an informal gathering of printmakers, designers and artists who meet up at Golden Square Coffee about once a month.
W427 / A Series of Abandoned Projects. Photography and Film by Samuel Fahy. All of the images in the exhibition come from mid to later 2014, a period of working intensely on several "projects" at the same time.
'Errance' by Jazamin is a large body of work covering every available bit of wallspace in the Egg cafe and runs until 20 September.
incompatible presents the work of a group of six artists who are diverse in their practices. Each of the artists has undertaken a Masters by Creative Practice at Liverpool Hope University.