Posts Tagged ‘New York’

Stephen Sheehan One piece of work that I really want to see again at Liverpool Biennial (various venues til October 2016) is a video in the Liverpool Biennial Associate Artists Exhibition at India Buildings on Water Street. As a bit of background to this part of the Biennial, here’s what they say: The Liverpool Biennial […]


The Sketchbook Project – “Milltir Sgwar / Square Mile” “It’s like a road trip, but with sketchbooks”. “The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project where participants from all walks of life are sent a sketchbook … fill the pages and return it for inclusion in a traveling exhibition and permanent collection at The […]


Mast Brothers Chocolate, Brooklyn Back in August some good friends of mine bought me these lovely chocolates back from New York. They were not like most American chocolate. They were delicious! and not only that but they came in the most beautiful packaging. The whole concept is really good. The Mast Brothers look great in […]


The Spectacle of the Lost – Victoria Gallery & Museum – University of Liverpool. Retracing ornithologist John James Audubon’s journey from New York to Liverpool, The Spectacle of the Lost exhibition sees contemporary artists engage with Audubon and his rare works for the first time at the Victoria Gallery and Museum. This exhibition is a […]


Art Critics’ Association Announces Awards for Best Shows of 2011 By THE NEW YORK TIMES On Thursday, the American chapter of the International Association of Art Critics announced the winner of its annual AICA Awards honoring artists, curators and institutions for excellence in art exhibitions in 2011. The 24 winners, selected by the 400 critics […]


I have the catalogue for this excellent exhibition. Its amazingWilliam Kentridge: Five Themes Thursday 8 March–Sunday 27 May Australian Centre for the Moving Image ACMI, Federation Square Exhibition open daily, 10am–6pm http://www.acmi.net.au/williamkentridge Australian Centre for the Moving Image William Kentridge, Drawing for the film “Stereoscope,” 1999; charcoal and pastel on paper, 120 x 160cm; The […]