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A white walled gallery space lit up green, on the floor in the foreground stencils for lettering reading WE ARE ALL IN A CYCLE and to the left in the back a ladder, to the right a trolley with buckets of paint

Jo Lathwood: Making Up

07.02.2024, by Jazmine Linklater

A woman with pale skin and red hair, photographed from just below the shoulders, is holding a piece of coal between fingers and thumb of each hand over where her eyes would be. Her arms and shoulders are naked. behind her, out of focus, is a rural landscape.

Alexandra Clod and Karolina Uskakovych: (Re)Grounding

02.11.2023, by Tom Jeffreys

A construction hoarding on a town centre street pasted with two images from Hutchison's project, showing his zombie sculpture outfit made of black clothes, on the left in front of huge backs presumably full of second hand textiles and on the right in central London.

British Textile Biennial 2023

08.10.2023, by Orla Foster

A gallery space with white painted walls and concrete floor. Light enters the windows along the back wall. There are several artworks in the gallery: a modified pool or snooker table, a sofa and arm chair, a green curtain, and a set of antlers mounted to the wall.

Luke Beech: Winner Breaks First

27.07.2023, by Emma Curd

A person in light clothing and a dark headscarf crouches down in the desert looking at the ground

Arwa Aburawa & Turab Shah: And still, it remains

12.07.2023, by Harpreet Kaur

A dark gallery space with low benches arranged in front of a large screen showing a film still with a view of mountains in low cloud

Shezad Dawood: Leviathan: From the Forest to the Sea

11.07.2023, by Ella Otomewo

A metal bridge over pools of water in a metal foor

TIDAL: Troubled Waters by Stine Deja

10.07.2023, by James McColl

Layers of white gauze fabric hanging in a gallery, printed with images of skeletal grey trees.

We Live, Like Trees, Inside the Footsteps of Our Ancestors

07.07.2023, by Sylvia Carpenter

A photograph of a grassy clearing in a park with someone lying on the ground.

With For About: Care and the Commons

14.06.2023, by Grace Edwards

Several pairs of hands reach for plants and gloves during a gardening session.

Around you the landscape lies transfigured: Arts Catalyst’s home and garden in Sheffield

24.05.2023, by Linda Pittwood

An exhibition space including, to the left, a green and yellow coloured film showing plant life, and to the right a to-scale greenhouse whose glass panes are covered with black and white images of layered lines or tubes.

Nick Jordan: Natural Interaction

22.04.2023, by Neil Greenhalgh

low tables with driftwood sculptures in a gallery space

TIDAL: Jack Brown + local young people, Ellie Hoskins + David Haley

15.04.2023, by Iona Glen

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 black and white film still, in which a figure is starting to ascend a staircase in a south London tower block.

Jerwood/FVU Awards: Soojin Chang & Michael.

21.01.2023, by Tessa Norton

A plastic bag filled with soil sits in the middle of 4 concentric circles made of pieces of dried corn and beans.

Marwa Arsanios: Who Is Afraid of Ideology?

12.07.2022, by Jessica Piette

A gallery space with six flags on poles in a circle. The flags are made from fabric, ribbons and recycled materials. Mounted on the wall behind, a video shows a figure holding a flag on a beach.

Andrew Omoding: Welcome to Me, Scarborough. To See and Hold My Work

09.06.2022, by Joanna Jowett

A green, flat landscape with a ruined castle to the right. On the left in the foreground a grey, concrete sculpture rests on the grass. The sky is blue with white clouds low on the horizon.

Wild Eye: Art & Nature new commissions

05.05.2022, by Amelia Crouch

An abstract photograph by Paul Kenny

Seaworks

21.10.2021, by Julia Johnson

A close-up of a fabric assemblage, perhaps a quilt or garment. There is applique in various different fabrics and small shells are attached in two rows. There is a shape that looks like the earth as well as shapes suggesting waves and sea creatures. The colours are blues, purples and pinks with some deep yellow.

Zadie Xa: Moon Poetics 4 Courageous Earth Critters and Dangerous Day Dreamers

29.07.2021, by Martha Cattell

A landscape in shades of green, brown and orange. Layers of hills recede, becoming darker in colour until the orange sky is reached. The image is textured and grainy.

Sheffield Doc/Fest 2021: Arts Programme

08.07.2021, by Jessica Piette

Aquatopia

25.07.2018, by Beth Dawson