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Sculptures that are bright yellow in the foreground and background, box shapes, and in the middle globular shapes on stands that are pinky-purple, kind of dada-ish, with two small green shapes to the left and right

Cross Lane Projects: In Conversation with Rebecca Larkin

24.01.2024, by Lesley Guy

In a room with white walls and a blurred bookcase in the background, Amy is mid-sentence with a look of laughter on her face, holding an interview card that says TOPS on the back

Amy Pennington: TOPS

11.01.2024, by Sabine Sharp

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

Uma Breakdown: Earth A.D. 2

16.12.2023, by Emma Curd

A short cylindrical tower built of fry stone wall in the outdoors under a blue sky

Julie Brook: What is it That Will Last?

14.12.2023, by Lucy Holt

A group of people milling about and chatting in an artists studio.

Paradise Works: Open Studios

05.12.2023, by Natalie Russett

A close up of the sculptures in rows, so the bottom left is very dark grey and blurred and the colours get brighter and the image sharper up to the top right.

Halima Cassell: Virtues of Unity

02.11.2023, by Kirsty Jukes

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

Image of the installation being discussed in the article.

James Schofield: Terracotta Dreams

16.03.2022, by Mike Pinnington

A view of post-industrial Middlesbrough. In the foreground is a piece of wasteland with the words I miss you, painted in large blue letters against white, on a wall. Two figures are sitting close together against the wall. In the middle ground are railway tracks and some contemporary urban buildings. In the distance is the transporter bridge and a clear evening sky dotted with clouds. Warm light and long shadows indicate that the sun might set soon.

Middlesbrough Art Weekender: Three Commissions

30.09.2021, by Steve Spithray

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

27.10.2019, by Callan Waldron-Hall

Neon red writing that reads: 'Suffering Arcadia'.

Annabel McCourt: Suffering Arcadia

08.07.2019, by Martha Cattell

Barby Asante BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead Rene McBrearty

Discussing Barby Asante’s Declaration of Independence

25.04.2019, by Katy Bentham

A person looks at an artwork mounted on the gallery wall. The work shows a person's back, overwritten with text.

Queerology: What Have You Done For Me Lately?

22.03.2018, by Alice Bradshaw

2017 BXNU Graduate MFA Exhibition - I Remember Most What Never Happened. Photo courtesy of Colin Davison.

BxNU MFA: I Remember Most What Never Happened

12.07.2017, by Andrea Allan