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Toby Paterson: Hatton Pavilion

11.05.2017, by Rosie Minney

Room 113: Billy McCall and Neuschloss

28.04.2017, by Kate Liston

Fancy a cuppa?

01.04.2017, by Andrea Allan

Latent Voices: How public art of the past can speak in the present

Henry Moore Institute, BALTIC, Bessie Surtees House

14.02.2017, by Amelia Crouch

On Our Backs: An Archive

25.01.2017, by Niomi Fitzsimmons Fairweather

My 5-Year-Old Could Have Done That

10.01.2017, by Liam McCabe


25.11.2016, by Liam McCabe

Rosie Morris: Circles are Slices of Spheres

30.10.2016, by Camilla Irvine-Fortescue

Toby Paterson on the Hatton Gallery commission for a touring pavilion

19.10.2016, by Christopher Little

Hidden Civil War

16.10.2016, by Iris Priest

Vox Pop, Christopher Rollen

21.08.2016, by Christopher Little

Vinyl Icons: Persian Pop and Turkish Psychedelia

08.05.2016, by Camilla Irvine-Fortescue

Dan Perjovschi | AV Festival

08.03.2016, by Michaela Hall

Tyneside Story, Jack Common, The Mining Institute | AV Festival

07.03.2016, by Dave Pritchard

BALTIC 39 | FIGURE THREE: Cath Campbell and Martin John Callanan

14.02.2016, by Claire Lavender

Who Are You and What Do You Want? Jock Mooney, Vane

01.02.2016, by Liam McCabe

VARC in the CITY, Abject Gallery

16.12.2015, by Dave Pritchard

Mario Pfeifer, Approximation in the digital age to a humanity condemned to disappear

10.11.2015, by Liam McCabe

Kelvin Brown & Jacob Robinson, The Ten Commandments

01.11.2015, by Claire Lavender

Spotlight: ‘Do we need to grow up’

04.10.2015, by Niomi Fairweather

Layla Curtis: Heatscapes

25.09.2015, by Claire Lavender

Spotlight: ‘Ten’ & the evolution of Vane Gallery


Mikhail Karikis: The Endeavour

15.06.2015, by Peter-Ashley Jackson

The Curves of the Needle

29.04.2015, by Thomas Hopkin

Nervous Skies: Amelia Bande, Deborah Bower, Mat Fleming and Annette Knol

26.04.2015, by Camilla Irvine-Fortescue

Writers Respond: Kirsten Luckins in response to Conscience and Conflict, British Artists and the Spanish Civil War

13.04.2015, by Kirsten Luckins

Writers Respond: Kirsten Luckins in response to Sabina Sallis, The Source of Resilience

19.03.2015, by Kirsten Luckins

The Source of Resilience, Sabina Sallis, The Newbridge Project


Listening – Curated by Sam Belinfante, Hayward Touring Curatorial Open, BALTIC 39


Holly Hendry – Hollow Bodies, Gallery North


Steven Dickie: A Hypertrophied Eye


Markus Karstieß: Boxes and Corners


Lara Almarcegui – The Last Coal Extraction in Newcastle, The NewBridge Project


Interview with artist Louise Mackenzie


Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan – DOES THE IT FIT, CIRCA Projects


HOMELANDS – Paul Alexander Knox, We Are All Brothers Here: Stories from the Bangladeshi Community & Ciara Leeming, Stay where there are songs: Teesside’s New Roma