Posts Tagged ‘Visual Arts’

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 First Cut

20Dec12

If you’re looking for something to do over the Christmas Holidays can I recommend a visit to Manchester City Art Galleries. The current exhibition is astonishingly good and will prove popular with all ages. The First Cut features a remarkable range of contemporary artists who are using paper in their work. There’s Rob Ryan, Su […]


Greenpeace backs ‘wonderful’ giant snowball art 21 June, 2000 More from the scrapbook The artist Andy Goldsworthy has released 13 giant snowballs on the streets of the City of London. The 6-7 foot snowballs will be left to melt and public reactions recorded via webcam’s for broadcast on this site and at http://www.eyestorm.com. The snowballs […]


Stuart Shave/Modern Art is delighted to announce a solo exhibition of new sculpture by Karla Black. This is the artist’s first solo show with Modern Art. Karla Black’s sculptures are formed from materials that are loose, impermanent and fragile – combinations of various powders, make-up, toiletries, cellophane and polythene, along with more ordinary art-making materials […]


ROSE WYLIE 17.03.2012-01.07.2012 Rose’s association with Jerwood is long standing. She was shortlisted for the fourth Jerwood Painting Prize (1997) and went on to be shown in Give and Take at Jerwood Space (2000), and in the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2002). Wylie has most recently been awarded the 2011 Paul Hamyln Prize for Visual Arts. […]


Artists are their own agents of change | Culture professionals network | Guardian Professional. An interesting article from February 2012 Two of the most important events in the visual arts calendar take place this week. Arts Council England‘s State of the Arts, aimed at senior arts professionals, heads to the Lowry in Salford on Tuesday. […]


These were a few of the things that I liked as I walked around London Art Fair Tom Hammick Hut by the motorway / 2005 / oil on linen / 24 x 30 cm There were two beautiful Eileen Cooper paintings on Art First’s stand Elfyn Lewis Phillip Allen Etchings An amazing David Jones. The […]