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#BeACritic With Tim Marlow! Applications Now Open

Serious about becoming a published arts writer? We announce Round Two of our annual competition – with the Royal Academy’s Tim Marlow — and ask you to step up and #BeACritic… We are...

Caroline Bergvall performance, 24 Kitchen Street, Syndrome

Torque Symposium #2: An Act of Reading — Reviewed

How do we read and why? Analysing the act through a broad spectrum of media theory, philosophy, literature studies and neuroscience, Grace Harrison considers the idea of language as art form, political tool and “collective force”…...

Timothy Foxon, 30 Years of the Future at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

30 Years Of The Future — Reviewed

Who shapes the future of contemporary art? Polly Checkland Harding considers the skill of predicting the next big thing at Castlefield Gallery’s anniversary exhibition… Look back at photographs of Sensation, the Saatchi Gallery’s controversial exhibition...

Friction Arts, Birmingham

Introducing: Friction Arts, Birmingham

Charlie Bailey investigates a small but vital force in South Birmingham’s art scene; committed to making contemporary art relevant to the people who live there… “We’re not interested in ‘trauma trawling’. Not in the...

Rob Lowe's Anorak magazine -- Design Manchester 14

Tech Vs Tradition: Design Manchester & The Science of Imagination

Alex Croll is introduced to the designers, publishers and illustrators forging ahead with the latest technology to push their sector firmly into the future. But what does this mean for the traditional, physical...

MKLK’s performance piece, Man Eater. New Contemporaries 2014

Bloomberg New Contemporaries: “They Do Not Seek Your Criticism, But Seek To Criticise You”

Closing this Sunday, and in a final #BeACritic review of the exhibition, Maisie Ridgway finds a strong and rebellious selection of New Contemporaries reclaiming authority over the viewer… Into the World Museum foyer, up two...

Miroslav Pomichal’s Mismatched Couple (2013)

Bloomberg New Contemporaries: Traditional Vs Contemporary

Don’t be confused by the venue, says Abigail Stokes; the hidden Victorian gallery in Liverpool’s children’s museum is the perfect place for this year’s batch of New Contemporaries… Friday. Not only my first press view, but...

Camille Summers-Valli’s Black Mesa (2014)

Bloomberg New Contemporaries: The New Old Masters

Heather Garner observes a blending of new ideas and old techniques in the latest edition of New Contemporaries… On the 65th anniversary of Bloomberg New Contemporaries, the viewer is promised a snap-shot of the...

Rachel Goodyear, Fawn (2006). From the series Unable To Stop Because They Were Too Close To The Line

Rachel Goodyear: Liminal Truths From An Artist And Patient

What does illness look like when it becomes an artistic encounter? Alice Hughes explores the difficulty of interpreting illness through art and where empathy and interpretation collide… Upon first impression, it is tempting to...