Jean Luc Courcoult. Courtesy Sean Curtin Photo. http://www.ilovelimerick.ie/2014/jean-luc-courcoult-royal-de-luxe/

In Pictures: Best Photographs Of 2014

TDN photographer Pete Goodbody rounds up a turbulent (and at times bizarre) 2014 with some of his favourite shots… The brief: ten photos to illustrate the year and I get to curate the...

Nightcrawler (2014)

The Double Negative Awards 2014

We may not have a glitzy ceremony, but we do have an esteemed panel of judges. All year, our critics have been travelling the length and breadth of Britain, witnessing the best contemporary (and classic)...

Love is Enough: William Morris & Andy Warhol

Love Is Enough: William Morris & Andy Warhol — Reviewed

Visually overwhelming, disjointed and contrived: Laura Harris gets to grips with Jeremy Deller’s homage to the giants of printing at Modern Art Oxford… Anyone who has been following Jeremy Deller’s work will already...

The Royal Shakespeare Company's Henry IV at the Barbican, London

An “Outstanding Dramatic Work”: RSC’s Henry IV Part 1 & 2

Broken Britain, corruption and social polemics: sound familiar? Joshua Potts finds that a timely adaptation of Henry IV remains Shakespeare‘s most humanistic dissection of rulers and state… The kingdom is sick. There is a war...

Blackening: Inhabiting the Musuem. Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

Field Trip: Discovering Delhi’s Art Scene

Unable to visit New Delhi and explore in person? Emma Sumner takes us on a tour of the most exciting art spaces India’s capital has to offer… New Delhi is the rapidly pulsating...

MYTHOPOEIA II, New Years Eve Party curated by Stealing Sheep @ The Kazimier, Liverpool -- £15 ADV. Image courtesy Charlotte Rutherfold.

Culture Diary: Christmas & New Year 2014

What’s hot this holiday season? Our pick of the December listings (traditional and alternative) from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… The Rucksack Project @ collection points around Liverpool City Region Kicking off...

Brian Catling, Antix2, Art of the Lived Experiment (DaDaFest), The Bluecoat, Liverpool 2014. Image courtesy Jon Barraclough

Brian Catling’s Antix 2 — Reviewed

“He went to bed and bound his head with vinegar and brown paper…” C. James Fagan finds nursery rhymes, alchemy and transformation powering the heart of the Bluecoat’s Art of the Lived Experiment exhibition… For a...

Guy Debord 1957: Psychogeographic guide of Paris

An Introduction To Psychogeography

Psychogeography is more than the psychological effects of the urban environment, argues Maisie Ridgway. Here, she explains why the movement has become a political statement, a seizure of power and a joyous mode of play and discovery…...

Artists’ Union England (AUE)

Why I Joined The New Artists’ Union

There hasn’t been a trade union for artists in England since 1984. Launched this year, Artists’ Union England is promising to address issues around working conditions and pay in the art world. Here,...