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

Uma Breakdown: Earth A.D. 2

16.12.2023, by Emma Curd

Painting of a black dog roaming about a deserted street

Judging a Painting: John Moores Painting Prize 2023

02.11.2023, by Reece Griffiths

Fourteen people sit around a table. They all have texts (books, papers, phone screens) in front of them from which they are reading and discussing together. Behind them a cinema screen projects the words 'ARD Liverpool'.

A.Mal Projects present: ARD

25.09.2023, by Natalie Hughes

In a dark room two huge black sculptures of a semicircular shape with a triangular gap at the bottom.

Reversed Cartography: on Liverpool Biennial 2023

29.06.2023, by Marjorie H. Morgan

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

Wooden sculptures depicting sheet face masks in a low-lit gallery space.

My Garden, My Sanctuary

16.09.2022, by Denise Courcoux

Photograph of child sitting on box in the installation ‘The Seeing Hands’ (2022) by Katie Schwab.

Are You Messin’?

07.09.2022, by Laura Biddle

An image of the exhibition being discussed showing work by Andrius Arutiunian

Uncertain Data

30.09.2021, by Leah Binns

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

Unveiled: open submission roundup of reopenings

09.05.2021, by Corridor8

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

Someone takes a photograph of a framed image of themself, their face distorted with silver bubbles before it.

True Voyage is Return: Augmented Empathy

30.10.2020, by Stephanie Gavan

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

In a dark room a large screen shows a cgi rendered rhino in an empty white room. On the floor to the left in the dark space are two more monitors which show a graph and a heat map.

And Say the Animal Responded?

07.09.2020, by Denise Courcoux

What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led

07.03.2020, by Jack Welsh

Critic Turns Curator: Investigating Neutrality at OUTPUT Gallery

03.12.2019, by Sufea Mohamad Noor

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

27.10.2019, by Callan Waldron-Hall

What Makes a Contemporary Art Centre? Finding the Formula at Bluecoat

17.10.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Keith Haring at Tate Liverpool

14.07.2019, by Julia Johnson

Liverpool, 2028: Six Alternate ‘Futures’

30.05.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Emma Cousin, ‘Song Drapes’: Super Glue

02.05.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

209 Women at Open Eye Gallery

30.04.2019, by Claire Walker

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Making the Glasgow Style: ‘A very poor idea of reality’

20.04.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Leonardo Da Vinci: Facing Genius

03.04.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

The Art Schools of North West England: A Eulogy for a Lost Culture

01.04.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Op Art in Focus at Tate Liverpool

12.03.2019, by Sinéad Nunes

Blue Room at Ten: Just the Tonic!

12.03.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Liverpool Biennial: A call for Dialogue, not Monologue

06.03.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Michael Lacey at OUTPUT Gallery

16.02.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

Liverpool Biennial 2018 at the Bluecoat

07.10.2018, by Callan Waldron-Hall

It’s all Material – Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity

30.05.2018, by Callan Waldron-Hall

Museums in a Post-Colonial Commonwealth: identities, issues and opportunities

01.05.2018, by Julia Johnson

Ready Gamers? States of Play: Roleplay Reality at FACT

09.04.2018, by Callan Waldron-Hall

Another Look: The Pier Head – Tom Wood at Open Eye Gallery

12.03.2018, by Kenn Taylor

Lubaina Himid: Meticulous Observations and Naming the Money

11.02.2018, by Callan Waldron-Hall

The Pier Head – Tom Wood at Open Eye Gallery

11.02.2018, by Aoife Robinson