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A group of adults and young children sit on the floor with a selection colourful paper and pencils.

Mothers Apart

03.02.2024, by Lara Eggleton

Three sculptural forms against a grey wall - a ceramic face, a knitted woollen torsa, a figure made from draped pink fabric on an aluminium frame.

Contested Bodies

06.12.2023, by Eliza Goodpasture

A roll of perforated orange plastic in front of a tent-like structure made from aluminium tubing

Katrina Cowling: Near to the Wild Heart

06.11.2023, by Saffron Ward

A black and white photograph of Mekons, a group of young white people in 1979 justling with each other, drinking and smoking

Substack Preview: Amrit Randhawa & Marcus Barnett on subcultures across the North from the 1970s to now

26.10.2023, by Amrit Randhawa & Marcus Barnett

A still from a CGI video essay. The background is black with small white lines marking out space, and navigation tools at the side of the screen. A 3D model of a mountain is in the centre, with green plants growing among white and grey rock.

Kyriaki Goni: Data Garden

18.03.2023, by Alasdair Milne

A person sits on a bence in a park lit up by purple and orange light, watching a video of a row of people holding flowers, inside a pitched-roof house structure.

Lou Chapelle: Voicing Silence

14.03.2023, by Jay Drinkall

Photograph of a stone carving from Warrington School of Art which says 'School of Art' in sandstone with carvings of fruit and plants above.

Arguments About Art Schools

04.02.2023, by Bob Dickinson

A draped piece of white knitted fabric is pinned against a white wall by a silver scaffold pole.

Jenny Beard and Connor Shields: Middle of The Road

28.11.2022, by Anonymous

A wall with wood panelling in the lower half. On the upper half a collection of photographs, collages and drawings are arranged, with gold painted arrows and symbols connecting them.

Emily Hesse: The Witches’ Institution (W.I.)

27.07.2022, by Joanna Byrne

3 sculptures resembling flagpoles hung with fringed material are positioned in the paved back garden of a red-brick terraced house.

On the street where you live: Threshold, a year in review

20.01.2022, by Saffron Ward

A photograph showing many pipes and industrial infrastructure on top of a building.

Unveiled: open submission roundup of reopenings

09.05.2021, by Corridor8

James Thompson and Samra Mayanja performing 'Recording Performance II — Memorial to Queen Victoria statue' in Leeds, 2019.

Commemorative Space: Artist reflections on monumentality in Leeds

01.04.2021, by Emii Alrai, Simeon Barclay, Samra Mayanja, Jill McKnight and James Thompson; ed. Rebecca Senior

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

Kate MccGwire: Menagerie

31.07.2020, by Catriona McAra

A white wall gallery space with a lightwood floor and white pillars. Works are hung on the walls, and several people are gathered in the space.

Sara Barker: All Clouds are Clocks, All Clocks are Clouds

07.05.2020, by Holly Grange

A black and white image showing crossed legs and an elbow. The image is zoomed in so the flesh might be rocks or pebbles.

Shuttered: Short Reflections on Closed Exhibitions

28.03.2020, by various contributors

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

A still from a film, showing the screen of a computer. The internet browser on screen resembles pornography sites in its format. The video shows a person lying flat on their back, they seem to be restrained with brown parcel tape.

Collecting the act of collecting in Harlan Whittingham’s films

12.01.2020, by Jaroslava Tomanova

A person in a black tshirt stands with their arms raised up. Another person is seated in front of them. They appear to be in a concert hall or perhaps a place of worship.

Ashley Holmes and R.I.P. Germain: Double 6

17.09.2019, by Super BLACK: Omari Swanston-Jeffers

Two people stand inside a large inflatable artwork in shades of yellow and pink.

Michael Shaw: INF23

16.09.2019, by Karen Tobias-Green

A fabric banner held up by a black woman on a beach. The banner is orange and reads 'be at the hand of might'

Yorkshire Sculpture International at the Henry Moore Institute

09.09.2019, by Pamela Crowe

A person standing against a plain background. They are wearing a huge turquoise costume and mask, which extends their shape to appear like an arrowhead.

How to be a Dyslexic Artist & Other Stories

30.08.2019, by Anonymous

A sculpture made of different coloured plastics in the shape of a ball. It looks like a face, with crosses for eyes and a long pointed nose. It rests on a yellow plinth.

Surviving or Thriving? How visual artists in Yorkshire respond to being called ‘resilient’

30.07.2019, by Alice Bradshaw

A green gallery wall featuring two artworks. On the left, a black and white image of rockface with a building in the background. On the right a drawing of a rock or mineral.

Ilana Halperin: Minerals of New York

01.05.2019, by Lauren Velvick

Two people stand in a white wall gallery, they are watching artists' films on TV screens throughout the space.

Kannan Arunasalam: The Tent

03.04.2019, by Amelia Crouch

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

People gather in a gallery space for a performance.

Adventures in Ekphrasis: a Report, a Consideration

12.08.2018, by Emma Bolland

A large sculpture in a gallery. It is composed of twigs, branches and leaves forming the shape of a bower (an inverted arch)

Andy & Peter Holden: Natural Selection

29.06.2018, by Natalie Bradbury

A darkened gallery with an installation of breezeblocks and red fabric.

Joseph Buckley: Brotherhood Tapestry

12.09.2017, by Georgia Taylor Aguilar

A gallery with wood panelling and white walls. Several colourful sculptures rest on a plinth close to the floor.

Refinding: Jessie Flood-Paddock with Kenneth Armitage

03.07.2017, by Karen Tobias-Green

View of a gallery with a large fabric installation in the centre. It appears to be made up of different sheets arranged into geometric shapes. The colours are peach, orange, beige and black.

Bethan Hughes: Softbodies

20.03.2017, by Hayley Toth

Micro Residency at serf Studios

13.01.2017