26/10/2016
OutsiderXchanges: Leslie Thompson 2016

“The very nature of the outsider is questioned”: OutsiderXchanges — Reviewed

Tom Emery on the OutsiderXchanges exhibition: where learning disabled and non-learning disabled artists collaborate and exhibit with equal billing. But does it do enough to banish the tired and problematic tropes of Outsider Art? Setting...

25/10/2016
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Culture Diary w/c 24-10-2016

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the arts, design, film and music listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK…  Tuesday — Liverpool Architectural Society Presents Mon Oncle (1958) 6.15pm...

19/10/2016
A disintegrating exhibition poster. Edward Krasiński’s studio apartment, Warsaw, Poland, 2016

“IT intervenes IN and unmasks EVERYTHING. IT exists” — Into The Studio: Edward Krasiński, Warsaw

Ahead of his major retrospective opening this week at Tate Liverpool, we visit the lovingly preserved former studio and home of Polish artist Edward Krasiński — uncovering ostrich eggs, VAT receipts, blue Scotch tape, toy mice,...

17/10/2016
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Peek Inside The Royal Standard’s New Gallery & Studios @ Northern Lights

Called Northern Lights, and housing  a number of creative businesses including The Royal Standard Gallery and Studios, the development is the latest studio complex to grace the Baltic Triangle area in Liverpool… Officially opening later...

17/10/2016
BELLADONNA OF SADNESS. Director: Eiichi Yamamoto

Culture Diary w/c 17-10-2016

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the arts, design, film and music listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… PICK OF THE WEEK: Monday – Black Star Season @...

13/10/2016
Rogue Artist Studios: Jenny Steele, Over and Over, Jump In!

Jumping Into The Unknown: What Next For Rogue Studios?

It’s a familiar story of increasing city-centre gentrification. But where does it leave one more arts space facing eviction? Daniel McMillan speaks to the artists of Rogue, Manchester, about paving the way for expensive...

12/10/2016
Werner Herzog's Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World

Werner Herzog’s Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World — Previewed

Admitting that he uses the Internet “with hesitation”, Werner Herzog is the perfect, deadpan inquisitor of information technology, argues Mike Pinnington… In Paul Cronin’s seminal book about Werner Herzog, A Guide for the...

12/10/2016
Night in the Museum: Ryan Gander Curates the Arts Council Collection

“What would art say if it spoke?” — The Big Interview: Ryan Gander

Ryan Gander talks us through his curation of the Arts Council Collection’s 70th anniversary show, Night in the Museum — where the artworks gaze back… In Ryan Gander’s current exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture...

11/10/2016
Artist William Titley’s ongoing project Demolition Street

“Unveiling the sediments of a lost landscape”: William Titley’s Demolition Street

A collection of door knobs. Unclaimed mail. An ironing board. Through recording the evacuation of one Lancashire community, finds Steve Millington, the artist William Titley has made permanent a series of internal displacements, and the...

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