Liverpool

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Uma Breakdown, Earth A.D. 2 (2023). Installation view

Uma Breakdown: Earth A.D. 2

16.12.2023, by Emma Curd

Painting of a black dog roaming about a deserted street

Judging a Painting: John Moores Painting Prize 2023

02.11.2023, by Reece Griffiths

A bright multicoloured digital collage with objects flying out from the centre including a CD, pieces of paper, a small glove and a bar of soap.

Matrices and Communities: FACT Together 2022-2023

28.09.2023, by Reece Griffiths

Fourteen people sit around a table. They all have texts (books, papers, phone screens) in front of them from which they are reading and discussing together. Behind them a cinema screen projects the words 'ARD Liverpool'.

A.Mal Projects present: ARD

25.09.2023, by Natalie Hughes

In a dark room two huge black sculptures of a semicircular shape with a triangular gap at the bottom.

Reversed Cartography: on Liverpool Biennial 2023

29.06.2023, by Marjorie H. Morgan

A vitrine with small drawings inside in front of a large painting on the far wall

Under a Hot Sun & New Works at the Walker

28.02.2023, by Beth Holmes

A white walled gallery with photographs hung in a line at eye level

LOOK Photo Biennial 2022: Climate

20.02.2023, by Leah Binns

A low-lit gallery space with industrial looking structures

Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley and Josèfa Ntjam

13.01.2023, by Claire Walker

A film still showing a dark-skinned hand holding a yellow buttercup

breathe, spirit and life 呼吸、靈魂與生命

14.12.2022, by Katie Shirley

Wooden sculptures depicting sheet face masks in a low-lit gallery space.

My Garden, My Sanctuary

16.09.2022, by Denise Courcoux

Photograph of child sitting on box in the installation ‘The Seeing Hands’ (2022) by Katie Schwab.

Are You Messin’?

07.09.2022, by Laura Biddle

Image shows an installation by Ebun Sodipo discussed in the article

Let the Song Hold Us

01.06.2022, by Frances Whorrall-Campbell

Image of the film installation described in the article.

Suki Chan: CONSCIOUS

19.05.2022, by Beth Holmes

Photograph showing audience interaction with the tracing screen described in the article.

Convenience Gallery: In Cahoots

15.04.2022, by Reece Griffiths

A documentary photograph of the workshop being discussed showing the artist Youcef Hadjazi and workshop participants

Trauma Then, Trauma Now: Performing Trauma

04.11.2021, by Mymona Bibi

An image of the exhibition being discussed showing work by Andrius Arutiunian

Uncertain Data

30.09.2021, by Leah Binns

A map of the Atlantic Ocean showing detailed nautical charts of the same area laid on over the top of it.

Abandon Normal Devices Festival 2021: Online Exhibitions

01.07.2021, by Lawrence Dunn

A Black man looks directly at the camera, his hand blurred at the bottom of the frame. He wears red over ear headphones and sits in front of an electric piano.

Liverpool Biennial: The Liquid Club

23.05.2021, by Anthony Ellis

White banner with red text reading 'UNDO THINGS DONE' installed on black railings over a red-brick wall.

Sean Edwards: Undo Things Done

02.02.2021, by Edward Haynes

A dark place reminiscent of a cathedral with lots of small shapes of bright colour.

Peer to Peer: UK/HK – Online festivals as a gateway to intercultural exchange

13.11.2020, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

Someone takes a photograph of a framed image of themself, their face distorted with silver bubbles before it.

True Voyage is Return: Augmented Empathy

30.10.2020, by Stephanie Gavan

Lots of photographs on a white wall including portraits and candid group shots.

The Time We Call Our Own

22.10.2020, by Bethany Holmes

Multicoloured hollow cylinders are arranged in the gallery, in two columns to the left and right, and in the foreground arranged separately on the floor on a pile of blue sand.

Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime

30.09.2020, by Kyle Nathan Brown

In a dark room a large screen shows a cgi rendered rhino in an empty white room. On the floor to the left in the dark space are two more monitors which show a graph and a heat map.

And Say the Animal Responded?

07.09.2020, by Denise Courcoux

What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led

07.03.2020, by Jack Welsh

Critic Turns Curator: Investigating Neutrality at OUTPUT Gallery

03.12.2019, by Sufea Mohamad Noor

The Dirt I’m Made Of: Two Interviews about OUTPUT Gallery

27.10.2019, by Callan Waldron-Hall

What Makes a Contemporary Art Centre? Finding the Formula at Bluecoat

17.10.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Shezad Dawood’s Leviathan

17.10.2019, by Claire Walker

REAL WORK: FACT, Liverpool

14.09.2019, by Stephanie Gavan

Open Eye Gallery: What Is Kinship?

14.07.2019, by Sinéad Nunes

She’s Eclectic: Women Artists of the Victoria Gallery & Museum Collection

14.07.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Keith Haring at Tate Liverpool

14.07.2019, by Julia Johnson

Liverpool, 2028: Six Alternate ‘Futures’

30.05.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

OUTPUT Open 2: Let Quality Speak

28.05.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Baroque Art from Rome to England: A Poor Imitation of Mastery

27.05.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams