Horace Lindezey, Alice Merida Richards and Dominic Pillai, Falling; A Memory of Her, 2022. Image ©Michael Pollard-web

Venture Arts: NARRATIVES – Reviewed

“A convincing argument for collaboration.” Mike Pinnington on Venture Arts’ new exhibition, NARRATIVES, at Salford’s waterside Lowry gallery… We cling stubbornly to the romantic cliché that an artist toils away in solitude day...

Lakwena Maciver, A green and pleasant land (HA-HA), installation view at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 2022. Courtesy the artist and Vigo Gallery, London. Photo © Jonty Wilde, courtesy Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Lakwena Maciver’s A green and pleasant land (HA-HA) – Reviewed

Who’s laughing at who? Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou finds poetry, beauty and manifold meanings in Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s new exhibition… The taxi turns into the expansive grounds of Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) and my eye catches...


“A richly layered love letter” – Todd Haynes’ The Velvet Underground

“They burned with brilliant intensity; an intensity that couldn’t be sustained.” Mike Pinnington on The Velvet Underground, and how a new Criterion Collection release captures their story alongside the hyperbole… In his expansive...