Inprint Print Fair Liverpool

Artists Of The Month: Emily Briselden-Waters & Holly Gleave (Inprint)

“Ignore any doubts and get on with it”: our new Artists of the Month and print fair pioneers share pearls of wisdom on doing what they love in parallel to making a living… Emily Briselden-Waters...

Khoj Shamala

Field Trip: ‘The Silicon Valley of India’, Bangalore (Bengaluru)

Emma Sumner finds an innovative, experimental and internationally respected creative scene in India’s buzzing metropolis… Perched in the middle of India’s Deep South, the city of Bangalore is probably best known as the...

Richard Diebenkorn, Berkeley #5, 1953. Oil on canvas, 134.6 x 134.6 cm. Private collection. Copyright 2014 The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Immediate And Alive: Richard Diebenkorn At The Royal Academy

Katherine April Caddy finds herself captivated by the smaller, wilder works of an artist who enjoyed making colour a stranger to us… I knew little about Richard Diebenkorn before attending his retrospective at...

Looking For Langston: Tuesday – Speak Out, Act Up 6.30pm @ Nottingham Contemporary – FREE

Culture Diary w/c 25-05-2015

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Tuesday – Speak Out, Act Up 6.30pm @ Nottingham Contemporary – FREE This two-day screening...

Iggy Pop (L) and Danny Fields (R) by Brigid Berlin

Danny Fields, Viv Albertine & Jane Weaver @ Liverpool Sound City 2015

Violence, death and dogged determination: Laura Robertson charts the meteoric rise and fall (and rise again) of three industry pioneers at this year’s Sound City conference… A welcome addition to Friday’s conference line-up saw an...

Light Night Liverpool 2015: all images courtesy Rob Battersby for The Double Negative

In Pictures: LightNight Liverpool 2015

Giant kaleidoscopes, escaped ducks and a travelling cake: Rob Battersby shares his pictures of Liverpool’s one-night arts and culture festival… Above: Kaleidoscopic Disturbance at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, by Andy McKeown. Bathing the 175 foot...

Come Back, Africa (1959)

In Profile: Come Back, Africa (1959)

Screening tomorrow, and with echoes of the recent Ferguson riots, Adam Scovell considers an anti-apartheid docu-drama that sits tragedy against great warmth and humour… Reality is a difficult concept to discuss when applied to cinema. The authenticity...

Eastern Exchanges at Manchester Art Gallery: Lin Cheung, Willow (2008-9)

An Exhibition Of Illusion And Obsession: Eastern Exchanges

Linda Pittwood finds a myriad of cultural obsessions from a huge geographical area at Manchester Art Gallery’s latest craft and design show… On the horizontal axis: East and West. On the vertical: an...

Exhibition Opening: The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things 6-11pm @ HOME, Manchester – FREE

Culture Diary w/c 18-05-2015

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Monday – The Ethics Of Portrait Photography 5.30-7pm @ The Bluecoat, Liverpool – FREE With...