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A white gloved hand holds a viewfinder, made to resemble a brick wall, up against a majestic landscape.

Fiona Crisp: Weighting Time

25.07.2023, by Dave Pritchard

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

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

A sculpture made of metal and feathers in the room of a historic house.

Kate MccGwire: Menagerie

31.07.2020, by Catriona McAra

A painting of a tent or white marquee surrounded by water.

A City That Welcomes Art: Three Sheffield artists reflect on winning major prizes

28.02.2020, by Orla Foster

A gallery space with several TV screens showing artist films. Benches can be seen in the background.

Empathic viewing in Mieke Bal’s Don Quichotte: Sad Countenances

28.02.2020, by Jaroslava Tomanova

Two colourful paintings hanging side by side in a gallery.

Slow Painting

22.12.2019, by Derek Horton

Two people embrace bending over the hood of a car. Balanced on the hood are cups and drinks.

Christopher Nunn – Borderland: Stories from Donbas

28.11.2019, by Anonymous

A view of an artwork in a gallery. It is a large wall hanging or mural, made from fabric. The background is shiny gold, and it features shapes that look like legs and bodies.

Frances Disley: The Cucumber Fell in the Sand

30.09.2019, by Tessa Norton

A view of a gallery with white walls and floor. Several sculptures are visible in the frame, made up of everyday objects.

Alex Farrar: Fall, slump, drop on a bedside cabinet in water […]

26.09.2019, by Jessica Piette

Neon red writing that reads: 'Suffering Arcadia'.

Annabel McCourt: Suffering Arcadia

08.07.2019, by Martha Cattell

A selection of large sculptures positioned outdoors in an urban environment.

Nika Neelova and Holly Hendry at The Tetley

28.06.2019, by Karen Tobias-Green

A vase with two handles in a shiny black glaze, on a white background.

Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things

26.03.2019, by Dr Samantha Broadhead

A view of a gallery corridor, with a bright blue wall at the end.

Re-collections: Susan Hiller, Elizabeth Price, Georgina Starr

25.03.2019, by Amelia Crouch

An installation in a gallery, with white walls and floor. There are several sculptures throughout the room, and two large inflatable panels.

Yoke: Undercurrent

28.02.2019, by Karen Tobias-Green

A table with pieces of white broken porcelain. People are sitting at the table, just their hands can be seen mending and piecing items back together in new formations.

Yoko Ono at Leeds Arts University

27.02.2019, by Joanna Jowett

Many pairs of plaster cast feet fill an old hall.

Eva Mileusnic and Bob Birch: Critical Mass

04.02.2019, by Stu Hansom

Abacus, at Bluecoat

31.08.2017, by Grace Edwards

Louisa Martin: Proxy

19.08.2017, by James Harper

A view of a gallery with several sculptures forming an installation. The works resemble curtains and other household objects in clear plastic, grey and yellow.

Bethan Hughes: Bodies of Water

06.08.2017, by David Steans

Rodney Graham: That’s Not Me

04.04.2017, by Nathan Anthony

My 5-Year-Old Could Have Done That

10.01.2017, by Liam McCabe

Feel Me, The Birley

24.03.2015