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Review — 21.11.2017

Material Remains

Holden Gallery, Manchester

by Andy Broadey

Review — 17.11.2017

Politics of Paradise

Paradise Works, Salford

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 08.11.2017

Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes

Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield

by Liam McCabe

Review — 01.11.2017

AND A 123

Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

by Ashleigh Owen

Review — 19.10.2017

The Worst Seats In The House

Capstan House, London

by William Clarke

Review — 16.10.2017

Culture Shifts: Local at Open Eye Gallery

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Grace Edwards

Review — 11.10.2017

Miami to Morecambe: This Building for Hope

Morecambe, Lancashire

by Jack Welsh

Review — 23.08.2017

You’re Reading Into It: Queering Contemporary Minimalism

Vane, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Andrea Allan

Review — 09.08.2017

Anita Corbin: Visible Girls Revisited

Artlink, Hull

by Orla Foster

Review — 07.08.2017

The Sound of Adult Children Determined Not To Be Afraid

ICW, Blackpool

by Alison Criddle

Review — 02.07.2017

So What of the Future

University of Leeds Project Space, Leeds

by Saffron Ward

Review — 23.06.2017

Meikle, Frew & Raven: Ambiguous Utopia

The Northern Charter, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Liam McCabe

Residencies

Castlefield Gallery & The International 3: Spring – Summer 2017

Iris Priest was Writer-in-Residence at Castlefield Gallery throughout Spring – Summer 2017, coinciding with the exhibition Andrew McDonald (28 …

Review — 23.05.2017

Babel

PAPER Gallery, Manchester

by Hannah Allan

Review — 03.05.2017

Search History

AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent

by Selina Oakes

Review — 01.05.2017

Somewhere Becoming Sea/ Chris Dobrowolski: Washed Up Car-go

Humber Street Gallery, Hull; The Deep, Hull

by Derek Horton

Review — 11.04.2017

Aleksandra Domanović: Votives

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

by Simon Boase

Review — 10.04.2017

…in Dark Times

Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

by Bob Dickinson

Review — 20.03.2017

Stephen Forge: Downwards

Cactus Gallery, Liverpool

by Devon Forrester-Jones

Review — 20.03.2017

Bethan Hughes: Softbodies

University of Leeds Project Space, Leeds

by Hayley Toth

Review — 20.02.2017

Public View

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Laura Rushton

Feature — 09.02.2017

What if John Wayne were a woman?

Leeds College of Art, Leeds

by Elspeth Mitchell

Residencies

The Tetley: Autumn 2016

Abi Mitchell was writer-in-residence at The Tetley in Autumn 2016, coinciding with the exhibitions Jonathan Trayte: Polyculture and Stass …

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Guidelines for writers

Corridor8 publishes reviews, interviews and in-depth features that focus on contemporary visual arts and critical writing in the …

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About

Who we are Corridor8 is a not-for-profit platform for contemporary visual arts and writing in the North …

Event

Corridor8 Publication and Website Launch

Join us at The Tetley on 14 January to celebrate the double launch of our new website and residency publication

Opportunity

Call Out for New Writers

Corridor8 is looking for new, enthusiastic writers to review exhibitions and events across the Northern ‘corridor’. …

Review — 30.10.2016

2001

Leeds College of Art, Leeds

by Zoë Sawyer

Review — 29.10.2016

Head to Head: Vasilis Asimakopoulos and Christian Falsnaes

Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

by Claire Walker

Review — 24.10.2016

Jen Southern: Skylines

Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Northumberland

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 21.10.2016

STEAM Ahead

South Square Gallery, Thornton

by Bruce Davies

Event

Art Writing Workshop @ The Tetley, Leeds

Corridor8 Art Writing Workshop @ The Tetley, Leeds Saturday 26 November, 2-5pm This discursive event will …

Review — 12.09.2016

Dark Matter Symposium: The Unseen World of Artist Led Activity

The Royal Standard, Liverpool

by Sean Ketteringham

Review — 03.08.2016

From The Rocks Above The Pass, MILK Collective

House of Blah Blah, Middlesbrough

by Annie O'Donnell

Review — 28.07.2016

Leonora Carrington / Lucy Skaer

Leeds College of Art, Leeds

by Derek Horton

Review — 21.07.2016

Prima Donna

The International 3, Salford

by Claire Walker