Articles relating to: exhibition
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..
As I looked at the oversized cat flap, built to let children into Mog the Forgetful Cat’s world, I let out a sigh.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..
Where did all of our arts schools go?Read the full story..
“In a new world, we’ve had to make new art.” Adam Szabo, Chief Executive of Manchester Collective, writes for Northern Soul
At Manchester Collective, our work used to be about travelling around the country and performing live concerts to a large number of people packed into relatively small spaces.Read the full story..
Elizabeth Gaskell’s House in Manchester is set to reopen its doors to the public after lockdown.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..
While it’s been a difficult year for many sectors, the COVID-19 pandemic has proved especially tough for the art industry. Now, as lockdown restrictions begin to ease, galleries can once again prepare to open their doors.
In Manchester is an open call exhibition created after Cotton On MCR identified a lack of opportunities for emerging talent and lesser-known artists in gallery spaces across the city. The exhibition will be Saul Hay Gallery’s re-opening exhibition. Alongside Saul Hay Gallery, Cotton On MCR wants to encourage everyone to get back to exploring the city’s amazing art scene.
The John Moores Painting Prize brings together the best in contemporary British painting.Read the full story..
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