Search Results for: Liverpool biennial touring programme

Total posts found for "Liverpool biennial touring programme" — 29
17/07/2019
Madiha Aijaz Memorial for the Lost Pages (film still) 2018

Slow Violence: Madiha Aijaz at
Nelson Library

Amid government cuts and ambivalence, Jacob Bolton finds hope and the means to keep public spaces alive in a new presentation of Madiha Aijaz’s work… Nelson library is busy. At the computers there...

24/06/2019
Untitled Film Still #21 by Cindy Sherman

Culture Diary w/c 24-06-2019

Our pick of this week’s arts, design, film and music events from around the North of England and the rest of the UK – and loads of it’s free! Monday – The Past...

24/06/2019
Reetu Sattar Harano Sur (Lost Tune) 2017-2018

Madiha Aijaz and Reetu Sattar – Reviewed

A new presentation of Biennial works at a pair of venues in Lancashire triggers fond memories while foregrounding urgent cultural issues, finds Siobhán Forshaw… When we were kids, our mum used the local library...

17/05/2019
The Double Negative Fellowship 2018 (L-R): Ellie Wiseman, Jacob Bolton and Denise Courcoux

Thoughts on The Double Negative Fellowship – Denise Courcoux

“I wanted critical feedback that would challenge me to produce the best writing I can.” Denise Courcoux on her time on The Double Negative’s inaugural Fellowship, how it has affected her writing and raised...

29/04/2019
Aslan Gaisumov, Keicheyuhea (film still, cropped), 2017. Image courtesy the artist

Culture Diary w/c 29-04-2019

Our pick of this week’s arts, design, film and music events from around the North of England and the rest of the UK – and loads of it’s free! Monday – An Accidental...

20/03/2019
Janice Kerbel Fight-main 2018_jpg

Aslan Gaisumov and Janice Kerbel – Reviewed

On display at Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre as part of the Liverpool Biennial touring programme, Bob Dickinson finds works by two artists each responding to the memory of violence… Some artworks...

12/03/2019
Mohamed Bourouissa Horse Day 2014–2015

“John Wayne don’t do shit like this!” – Mohamed Bourouissa at The Turnpike

The Liverpool Biennial touring programme arrived at Leigh’s Turnpike gallery recently, with Mohamed Bourouissa’s Horse Day. Denise Courcoux assesses how a change of venue and star-billing can make all the difference to how...

14/02/2019
Visitor with Inci Eviner Reenactment of Heaven 2018

Place To Place:
Liverpool Biennial in Hull

The Liverpool Biennial touring programme arrived at Hull’s Humber Street Gallery last month with exhibition Place To Place, which groups together works by Annie Pootoogook, Suki Seokyeong Kang and Inci Eviner. Here, Lauren Saunders...

11/02/2019
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Culture Diary w/c 11-02-2019

Our pick of this week’s arts, design, film and music events from around the North of England and the rest of the UK – and loads of it’s free! Monday – Exhibition on Screen:...

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