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Review: Inviolable – Joy as a form of resistance by Linnet Panashe Rubaya, Saul Hay Gallery, Manchester
It’s rare for me to visit a gallery and immediately think ‘oh, these are good’. More often, it’s ‘hmm’ or even ‘what?’.Read the full story..
Image Gallery: Painting from Wild Places, Len Tavner, Inspired by…Gallery, The Moors National Park, Danby
An exhibition of work exploring the power of the sea and the impact of industry on the spectacular landscapes of the North opens at the Inspired by… gallery this month.Read the full story..
Not a single human being populates the paintings and sculpture in BRUTAL, the latest offering from Saul Hay Gallery in Manchester.Read the full story..
The roadmap out of lockdown is well under way in the UK with galleries beginning to reopen their doors to the public.Read the full story..
As the world tries to make sense of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists, writers and musicians are continuing to create meaningful work.Read the full story..
“These are rare paintings.” Steve Swallow, owner of Castlegate Gallery, talks about abstract painter, Bob Crossley
“The 1950s is of particular interest to us because it was a significant time in British painting,” says Steve Swallow, co-owner of Castlegate House Gallery in Cockermouth, Cumbria.Read the full story..
“MIF has always been a festival like no other, with almost all the work being created especially for us in the months and years leading up to each festival edition. But who would have guessed two years ago what a changed world the artists making work for our 2021 festival would be working in?’Read the full story..
Before the 20th century, the canon of western art was dominated by male artists.Read the full story..
Instagram filters are not the first tool to be used to distort and manipulate the female form.Read the full story..
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"the true spirit of Factory is conjured up here" Northern Soul's Music Editor, Andy Murray, reviews Use Hearing Protection: The Early Years of Factory Records at Manchester's Science & Industry Museum. northernsoul.me.uk/review-use… #music #Manchester pic.twitter.com/zyTesXt54m
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