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Hew Locke, Armada 2019. Installation view from Here’s the Thing 2019 at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham UK. Courtesy the artist and Ikon. Photo by Tom Bird.

Exhibitions: The Port and Migrations / Global Encounters, Tate Liverpool

January 14, 2022 No Comments

In February 2022, Tate Liverpool will unveil two new displays of works from the Tate collection which consider the impact of the global movement of people on artists and art movements throughout the 20th century and beyond.

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The Roof is on Fire What Kind of City? by Suzanne Levy

Exhibition Review: What Kind of City? by Suzanne Lacy, The Whitworth, Manchester

December 13, 2021 Comments Off on Exhibition Review: What Kind of City? by Suzanne Lacy, The Whitworth, Manchester

Major gallery exhibitions tend to have one artist’s name over the door. Right now, at The Whitworth in Manchester, that name is Suzanne Lacy.

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The Beatles case Wondrous Place Museum of Liverpool CREDIT Gareth Jones

Wondrous Place: Celebrating the City at the Museum of Liverpool

December 2, 2021 Comments Off on Wondrous Place: Celebrating the City at the Museum of Liverpool

It’s more than 60 years since Liverpool’s original pop pioneer, Billy Fury, released his sinuous version of the song Wondrous Place, and its title continues to be a gift to Mersey mythologists in search of a name for their next civic-minded project.

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mackie, sun station

Art Review: ANNIVER5ARY, Saul Art Gallery, Manchester

November 4, 2021 Comments Off on Art Review: ANNIVER5ARY, Saul Art Gallery, Manchester

Five years ago, Ian and Catherine Hay opened the doors of Manchester’s Saul Hay Gallery with an inaugural exhibition.

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The Music Lover’s Guide to Manchester, Madchester, Factory Records and beyond

November 1, 2021 Comments Off on The Music Lover’s Guide to Manchester, Madchester, Factory Records and beyond

Manchester is famous for many things, not least its football teams, Coronation Street, and, dare we say it, rain.

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Betty by James Durden, c. 1926. © Keswick Museum and Art Gallery.

Exhibition: Betty’s Back!: The work of James and Betty Durden, Keswick Museum

October 27, 2021 Comments Off on Exhibition: Betty’s Back!: The work of James and Betty Durden, Keswick Museum

Keswick Museum is roaring into the 1920s with a new exhibition exploring the work of two local artists.

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Sheila Fell

Exhibition: Sheila Fell – New Discoveries, Castlegate Gallery, Cockermouth

October 26, 2021 Comments Off on Exhibition: Sheila Fell – New Discoveries, Castlegate Gallery, Cockermouth

Five ‘lost’ works from Cumbrian artist Sheila Fell have been uncovered and are set to go on display at Castlegate Gallery in Cockermouth.

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The Stretford End Lads by Sefton Samuels

Photo Gallery – When Football Was Football: The Photography of Sefton Samuels 1960s-1980s, National Football Museum, Manchester

September 15, 2021 Comments Off on Photo Gallery – When Football Was Football: The Photography of Sefton Samuels 1960s-1980s, National Football Museum, Manchester

Calling all football fans.

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Deansgate and Bridge Street crossover Manchester. 18 x 50.

Image Gallery: From Manchester to New York, Contemporary Six, Manchester

August 25, 2021 Comments Off on Image Gallery: From Manchester to New York, Contemporary Six, Manchester

Have you ever wandered through a city and marvelled at its character? Did you pause to look at the backstreets and landmarks?

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Choose Joy by Linnet Panashe Rubaya

Review: Inviolable – Joy as a form of resistance by Linnet Panashe Rubaya, Saul Hay Gallery, Manchester

June 24, 2021 Comments Off on 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?’.

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