Bloomberg New Contemporaries: “They Do Not Seek Your Criticism, But Seek To Criticise You”

Closing this Sunday, and in a final #BeACritic review of the exhibition, Maisie Ridgway finds a strong and rebellious selection of New Contemporaries reclaiming authority over the viewer… Into the World Museum foyer, up two...

“A Kind Of Magic”: Maria Balshaw On The New Whitworth

Ahead of the gallery’s grand reopening in February 2015, The Whitworth director Maria Balshaw speaks to Nichola Jacques about the multi-million pound makeover, secret refurbishment discoveries, and exploding things with Cornelia Parker… The Whitworth Art...

Studio Series: Antony Gormley

Fancy having a peep inside Antony Gormley’s studio? Pete Goodbody gets a tour from the artist himself, discovering brutalist sculpture and secret celebrations for the 10th annversary of Another Place… Tucked away on...

“Contemporary TV Is Mainly Rubbish” — Radical Filmmaker Jef Cornelis

Just who is Jef Cornelis? Ahead of a special screening tomorrow marking the end of his festival exhibition, Liverpool Biennial Fellow Deborah Laing met the radical filmmaker to discuss his ‘propagandist’ interviews, why modern...

Expand Your Mind: The Late, Great Malcolm Lowry

In anticipation of the launch of a new edition of Malcolm Lowry’s thought-to-be lost 1930s autobiographical novel, In Ballast to the White Sea, Adrian Challis considers the strange absence of recognition for the...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries: Traditional Vs Contemporary

Don’t be confused by the venue, says Abigail Stokes; the hidden Victorian gallery in Liverpool’s children’s museum is the perfect place for this year’s batch of New Contemporaries… Friday. Not only my first press view, but...

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The Everyman Theatre’s Hayley Greggs braces herself for five days of theatre, comedy and rain (!) at Scotland’s favourite festival… Being an Edinburgh Fringe anorak, my festival field trip really began in June...

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Playlist: 20,000 Days On Earth With Nick Cave

Ahead of the UK release of his critically-acclaimed documentary film, Nick Cave fan Sinead Nunes explores his ‘gargantuan’ body of work… Next week, 20,000 Days On Earth, a fascinating new documentary about Nick Cave...

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