Review: Drawn From Life: People on Paper at Kirkby Gallery

Whether you are an artist, an art enthusiast, or just looking for a free way to spend your time, Drawn From Life: People on Paper will not disappoint.

Review: Dementia Connect – Hidden Voices at FACT

Dementia Connect – Hidden Voices at FACT 13 April 2018 Words by Moira Leonard We’re in the Box at FACT. Rows of burgundy sofas. Only a...

A Look Back at Light Night at ROAD Studios

Words by Liza McCarthy Friday 15 May saw the Liverpool streets inundated until late into the night with culture vultures desperate to secure their latest art fix...

Review: Suzanne Treister HFT: The Gardener – Liverpool Biennial 2016

Software plays an increasing role in our lives, but the line between lived reality and that presented to us by lines of code is increasingly difficult to define.

Review: Collaboration: Out of the Blue, the story so far

Collaboration: Out of the Blue, the story so far Bluecoat Words, Shaneka Williams Collaborative practice in art is nothing new. During the renaissance, masters and apprentices...

Review: Omphalos at Invisible Wind Factory

Light, percussion, kinesthesis, surreal wardrobes, war paint and fire were just some of the elements that kept on building intensity. By the end of it my mind was on the brink of falling to pieces; I’m still not sure if it that’s good or bad.

Review: The Williamson Open 2018

The Williamson Open Art and Photography Exhibition 2018 Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, Birkenhead, Wirral 23rd March – 6th May 2018 Words, Samantha Browne The Williamson Open Art...

Rarely heard voices; how the women of St Helens provoked a performance that defined...

Review: TORCH, by ANU Productions Nervously fidgeting with a box of ink in my pocket for an hour spent in a terraced house in St...
Straddling The Fence - LJMU Fine Art MA Interim Show at the Bridewell

Review: Straddling The Fence at The Bridewell

LJMU’s MA Fine Art students present an odd an enticing selection of work that, more than anything, makes you want to know more. A student body that is more connected with the art world outside their own studios than any group I’ve come across for years.

Yellowman & Dillinger at District, Liverpool

Words by Sinead Nunes, Editor Bob Marley once spoke of a prophecy, which said there is one music that will unite the people. Well, this...

Open Eye Gallery: The Work of Swedish Documentary Photographer Sune Jonsson

Words by Lesley Van deMark Who among us has never been told a story? Whether at a very young age, fibres of fairy tales work...

Preview: Meow Meow, Rita Riot (Rita Requiem)

Meow Meow, Rita Riot (Rita Requiem) The Oratory, Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitain Cathedral, Hope Street Sat 10th & Sun 11th June 2017 Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Meow Meow, otherwise known...

Review: You and I are like that red wall… CBS

You and I are like that red wall… Crown Building Studios Words, Devon Forrester-Jones You and I are like that red wall… is an exhibition guest curated...
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Review: Follow at FACT

The nature of the question – ‘What does the internet mean to me?’ – is one that could either fall on its face, or flourish as an exhibition, and it falls so very flat on its face nearly all the time, but in the recruitment for this show, FACT did something very, very clever.

Liverpool Doors Exhibition Review

 Art Feast sent Stephanie Whalley to review Liverpool Museums latest exhibition Liverpool Doors a unique art installation combining Roger McGough's poetic skills with the...

Review: Portals to Uncertainty, Road Studios

Portals to Uncertainty Road Studios, 16th-23rd June 2017 Words, Kirsten Hawkins Portals to Uncertainty concentrates on the eerie side of our every day, that doubt you experience when...

Wendy Richmond reviews Street Scenes at Liverpool Academy of Art

Street Scene is a two-person exhibit currently showing at the Liverpool Academy of Arts featuring artist Emma Worth and photographer David Graves. From the...

Art Club meets local artist Jon Barraclough – Shelagh Cullity

The Art Club took a slightly different direction last week from our usual format of meeting in a gallery and picking a small number...

Art Turning Left at Tate: Words & Images by Patrick M Higgins

All photographs courtesy Patrick M Higgins Photography A major exhibition for the Tate Liverpool and the first to consider how the production and reception of...

Review: FRANKENSTEIN 2018, The Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art Exhibition  

FRANKENSTEIN 2018, The Liverpool & Knowsley Book Art Exhibition   Words and photographs by Moira Leonard Frankenstein 2018 is a completely wonderful, delicate, beautiful exhibition, housed...

Local Band Stealing Sheep Stole Hearts at Glastonbury

by Sinead Nunes, Editor It's Sunday afternoon, the morning after the night before, and things are beginning to mellow out at Worthy Farm after the...

Reviewed: SYNDROME Sessions 2.0: State-Free State of a.P.A.t.T

Words by Sinead Nunes, Editor Venturing into a venue you're not familiar with can be daunting at the best of times. Imagine stepping not only...
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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.

Review: Steve des Landes, Un-settled, at the Williamson Art Gallery

Steve des Landes, Un-settled Williamson Art Gallery, until 4th March 2018 Words, Carol Emmas One of the questions I repeatedly ask myself is, what takes an artist...

Mersey or Huangpu? Liverpool or Shanghai? Chapter Two of China Dream

Words, Ian Fallace Shanghai has been twinned with Liverpool since 1999 and in the interim there has been a building of cultural links between the...

Ideas Depot; where art isn’t part of the curriculum. It’s all of it.

Ideas Depot; where art isn’t part of the curriculum. It’s all of it. Words, Patrick Kirk-Smith Quietly, not after but during the Biennials, Tate Liverpool opened...

Review: R Jackson’s & Sons, One Fifty Gallery

All the artists have their own stamp to put on it, but it was Patrick O’Rourke whose work had heads turning towards the closed shop as I wandered past last week.

Review: “#67, lapis lazuli springs from rusting iron and blue to green and life”...

Tunstall Street, L7, has watched over five years of development as the hoardings around the houses get higher and higher. A new school directly...

Review: Contemporary Construction at Bluecoat Display Centre

Bringing an essence of architectural design into our interiors are the Bluecoat Display Centre’s latest exhibitors

Review: States of Play: Roleplay Reality at FACT

States of Play: Roleplay Reality is, hands down, the most emotionally effecting exhibition I’ve seen. From start to finish it is immersive [...]

Michael Nyman: Aztecs in Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery

Words and images by Leanne Cunningham Whilst making my way to see the John Moores Painting Prize 2014, I am stopped in my tracks -...
Transformation: One Man’s Cross-dressing Wardrobe

Review: Transformation: One Man’s Cross Dressing Wardrobe at the Walker

This exhibition is a brilliant display of an archive of his experience, with some of the cleverest made-to-measure stitch work you’ll ever see. It tells the story of his experience trying to purchase these clothes, and how his tastes led him on parallel paths to transgender rights prejudices.

Ian Costabile: Static Music at The Gallery, Liverpool

Words by Leanne Cunningham Being acutely aware of the innovate and pervasive nature of sound, the feeling that sound creates, the power and effect it...