Saturday 2 April - Sunday 8 May 2016. An open exhibition has been part of the local art scene for as long as most of us can remember. The exhibition has gone from strength to strength.
Friday 1 April - Saturday 30 April 2016. Estuary Light by Christine Holmes. An exhibition of mainly watercolours of the Wirral coast.
Wednesday 30 March - Sunday 15 May 2016. “The Stations of the Resurrection is far less well known or, indeed, established than the Stations of the Cross, perhaps this extra layer of mystery appealed. Certainly Liverpool Cathedral being the Cathedral Church of the Risen Christ made the idea of the project feel right.”
Tuesday 29 March - Friday 1 April 2016. The photographs on display were taken in January 2016 when the artist visited Calais, which is home to one of the largest refugee camps in Europe. This camp is a mere 20.6 miles away from Dover in South East England. This is the final destination for the thousands of refugees that inhabit the camp in Calais in the hope of seeking asylum in the UK.
Saturday 26 March - Sunday 10 April 2016. Fruits of the Lûm is an exhibition in two parts. A series of public-realm commissions in the form of custom-made lightboxes will be displayed around Liverpool, launched in tandem with an exhibition at CBS gallery, showing the work of five international emerging artists, Mike Aitken, Adam Ferriss, Holly Hendry, Jake Laffoley and Chloë Manasseh.
Runs until Saturday 23 April 2016. A Selection of Photographs by Jennie Keegan. As part of my masters in creative education, I wanted to rediscover my role as creative practitioner and develop my own personal projects in relation to image making. I have always been interested in subjects related to the past and nostalgia as an open topic and have created a selection of images from different projects.
Until Sunday 3 April 2016. Spring exhibition by Art From The Square professional artists' co-operative, Paintings, drawings, prints and textile art by several Merseyside artists
Wednesday 23 - Thursday 31 March and Wednesday 13 - Friday 29 April 2016. The exhibition includes original paintings by Brian Burgess, Fred Wilde, Frank Hendry, T Weddel, E Scott Jones, East European lino and wood cut prints, signed prints of Liverpool scenes by Doug Kewley and Peter Shaw and a diverse collection of other works by East European and other local.
Friday 18 March to Sunday 5 June 2016. A diverse selection of works including paintings, prints, ceramic and textile art. A variety of groups worked closely with the Lady Lever and local artists, including the Singh Twins
Friday 18 - Monday 21 March 2016. 'Straddling The Fence' - LJMU MA Fine Art Interim show. Including works by: Mia Cathcart, Joseph Cotgrove, Gill Donley, Lesley James, Alison Hutchinson, James Lockhart, Christian Nerf, Amy Russell, Stephen Sheehan
Saturday 12 March - Saturday 16 April 2016. Manifest is a touring exhibition of jewellery by the Designer Jewellers Group to celebrate its fortieth anniversary with a selling exhibition of jewellery encompassing bangles, rings, bracelets, hand pieces and cufflinks, loosely themed around the ruby
Saturday 12 - Sunday 27 March 2016. Artists: Carly Bainbridge, Simeon Barclay, Ane Hjort Guttu, Andy Holden, Peter Sweetman. Playing by the Rules looks at the role that rules play in society, from those, both written and unwritten, that govern our everyday behaviour.
Saturday 12 March – Wednesday 15 June 2016. unfold is a major new commission by acclaimed Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, exploring the birth and evolution of stars in a groundbreaking immersive and tactile audiovisual installation. This unique sensory experience will be part of Kurokawa’s first ever solo exhibition in the UK, premiering at FACT.
Monday 7 March – Thursday 31 March 2016. Tate Liverpool is throwing open its doors for a unique experiment that will see the gallery’s main exhibition space given over to a collaborative project. Tate Collective, a youth art initiative by and for young people aged 15–25 will host a three week free art school open to all.
Saturday - Sunday 5-6 March 2016, 12.00 -17.00. The pop-up exhibition will consist of postcard size works from over 20 artists. New works are saleable on the day/night easy to take away with you they start from £10.
Friday 4 March - Friday 18 March 2016. Let in Light - Photography by Tabitha Jussa. A continuation of works that were presented at Metal Culture, Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Art Prize 2014.
Friday 4 March - Saturday 2 April 2016. "Drawing is the main focus of my work. My subject is human character – sometimes directly observed but often filtered through history, cliche and projection – I am interested in the things in the head of the viewer, which are not necessarily attributes of the subject."
Tuesday 1 March - Wednesday 30 March 2016. "This body of work, ‘Light and Land’, draws on the moorland and coastal areas around Britain and emphasizes the consequences of varying light" - Elaine Adams
Thursday 3 March - Saturday 30 April 2016. "Combining visual and narrative works based on life events. Join me on a journey through thoughts and observations I've made along the way."
Tuesday 1 - Saturday 19 March 2016. Evocative photographs, drawings and gouache of the North West landscape including the Forest of Bowland, West Pennine Moors and many other places with particular presence.
Saturday 27 February until end March 2016. Internationally renowned, Edinburgh based artist Elph one does his first solo show in a long time. Multimedia. Graffiti, Animation, Illustration and more!
Saturday 27 February - Saturday 9 April 2016. Wastelands and ruins, nature untamed: lands like these have long provided inspiration for artists, there’s as much to inspire today as there ever was. They represent the tension between nature and humankind, spaces where the built environment takes over and others where nature is resolutely in charge.
Saturday 27 February - Saturday 16 April 2016. As the new displays at Norton Priory museum (opening in the Summer) near completion we look back at the people of the local area who have shaped the site over the past 900 years.
Friday 26 February - Monday 4 April 2016. "The artwork presented it this exhibition is a selection of my interests and what I find inspiring. This includes people I know, places I have visited and a keen interest of mine since I was a child, animals."
Friday 26 February - Saturday 26 March 2016. "The exhibition features paintings and watercolours that I painted over the last couple of years. A few are from trips made to Lindisfarne, Pembroke and Oban but most are from locations nearer to home, inspired by looking out of the kitchen window"
Wednesday 24 February - Sunday 3 April 2016. Royal College of Art- trained artist Jardine was born in 1920 and lived in Wallasey until his death in 2002. He was greatly influenced by the Surrealist movement of the 1930s, developing a unique style.
Saturday 20 February 2016 - Sunday 22 May 2016. A Hayward Touring and Arts Council Collection exhibition, curated by Jennifer Higgie. A new Arts Council Collection exhibition of paintings of the figure is being exhibited at The Atkinson, Southport in February, curated by Jennifer Higgie, co-editor of frieze magazine.
Saturday 20 - Sunday 28 February 2016. (it’s all) Tropical present a new experimental exhibition format teasing at the line between collaboration and compatibility. Inspired by lonely hearts columns and the timeless charms of Cilla Black, three Tropical artists welcomed the New Year with a WLTM call for creative types.
Friday 19 February – Sunday 6 March 2016 by appointment. NAWKI is a project that intends to exploit the premise of the art fair model, showcasing young and emerging artists, organisations and projects to create a collection of small exhibitions in one space.
Saturday 6 February - Sunday 20 March 2016. Exploring Liverpool’s painters of the 19th Century in parallel with the Walker Art Gallery’s exhibition Pre-Raphaelites: Beauty and Rebellion.
Wednesday 17 February to Sunday 13 March 2016. Dennis Spicer - Still Life Paintings from the last couple of years. Exhibition of colourful oil paintings
Monday 15 February – Saturday 7 May 2016. A Select exhibition from the Arts Council Collection featuring work made during the 60s and 70s by leading British artists.
From Saturday 13 February 2016 until further notice. Painting, Photography, Collage by Simon Job
Saturday 13 - Friday 19 February 2016. The subject of The Liverpool School’s work is city life and buildings and transportation – anything which depicts and portrays the rhythms of city life.
Friday 12 February – Monday 28 March 2016. New solo exhibition by local artist Emma Brown, exploring obstacles and struggles faced by freelance creatives.
Friday 12 February - Saturday 23 April 2016. Launch exhibition at dot-art's new gallery. "Dear Liverpool" is a love letter to the cultural capital of the North showcasing over 50 original and limited editions artworks from 18 local artists.
Friday 12 February - Sunday 5 June 2016. Through renowned works by Pre-Raphaelite masters including Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown, William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais, the exhibition will explore the significance of the Liverpool Academy and the city’s Autumn Exhibitions, which enabled the movement to flourish.
Saturday 13 February - Saturday 5 March 2016. Radamés Ajna, Edgar Zanella, Thiago Hersan, Alex Pearl and Sam Skinner are a group of artists, technologists and researchers, loosely working under the name Object Liberation Front, who get together to discuss non-anthropocentric Artificial Intelligence and its implications to the social imaginary.
Thursday 11 February - Thursday 12 May 2016. An exhibition by Liverpool based artist Catherine Harrison. Includes a series of pen and ink drawings influenced by ancient alchemical symbolism and philosophy.
Saturday 6 February 2016 - Sunday 15 May 2016. A new exhibition from Birkdale resident Derek Culley who has had his work exhibited internationally as well as the UK. His style includes strong chiaroscuro, heavy impasto, vigorous brushwork and direct, expressive handling, in which Celtic imagery and associations are important.