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Tim Marlow #beacritic 2015

WATCH: “A really valuable insight for young critics” — #BeACritic 2015

Watch how our #BeACritic campaign has impacted aspiring arts writers so far… Earlier last year, our #BeACritic project saw the Royal Academy’s Tim Marlow travel to Liverpool to share invaluable advice with 15 aspiring...

Brian Sewell (1931-2015); image courtesy the Guardian

To Be A Critic?

As we say goodbye to Brian Sewell, Laura Harris asks what it means to be a critic: from the pages of first century literary criticism, to the pages of 21st century newspapers… Brian Sewell...

Martin Hamblen, Diplomacy (2013). Modern History Vol. II, The Atkinson

Hostages, Apollo 17 & The General Election: Modern History Vol. II — Reviewed

Denise Courcoux finds that the second iteration of Lynda Morris’s exhibition is both characteristic and symptomatic of a recent and turbulent history. But can its artists act as ‘moral agents’? “It is still...

Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing at FACT

“It’s art for the people, by the people”: Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing — Reviewed

Jade French considers the joys and difficulties of showcasing contemporary, innovative and collaborative community arts in the gallery space… 3D printed prosthetic hands, an Internet of Things machine and a backyard casting factory:...

Forum (detail) Rome, by Robert Walker

“I like things that have a bit of texture and substance”: Robert Walker’s The Classics

Sara Jaspan meets the latest artist to grace the book-lined walls of the The Portico library in Manchester, and finds herself transported to city streets of a more sun-kissed variety… The Portico library is...

Billy Macrae - Exhibition Opening: Open 1 10.30-5.30pm @ Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool – FREE

Culture Diary w/c 11-05-2015

What’s hot this week? Our pick of the listings from around Liverpool and the rest of the UK… Monday – Exhibitions Opens: Alice May Williams 10-5pm @ Jerwood Space, London – FREE Newly...

Green/Light (for M.R.) Image courtesy of the Folkestone Triennial. Jyll Bradley

Venice, Liverpool, Porto Alegre, Folkestone… Why Biennial?

As the world’s oldest (and revolutionary) biennale opens its doors again this weekend in Venice, Tania Moore looks at the art festival format as a whole, and asks why we keep coming back...

Tim Marlow

#BeACritic: Tim Marlow Public Lecture & Winners Announced

We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s #BeACritic competition — and news that our lead critic will give a (free) public lecture in May… We’ve had a very difficult decision...

Maud Sutler’s image of Guyanese poet Grace Nichols (detail)

Picture The Poet — Reviewed

How do you aesthetically capture the poet’s imagination? Leanne Rimmer visits the National Portrait Gallery’s touring exhibition in Preston to find out… On arrival at the Harris Museum to see Picture the Poet, my...