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A red brick wall with two large screens showing letters like a word search and a futuristic scene of a street with a floating spaceship of gardens above.

TIDAL: Relax into 2050: Artfly

09.01.2024, by Michael Orr

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 disc about a meter in diameter, cut from what looks like a dark grey carpet tile is set a few inches from the ground. The disc has brightly coloured squiggles and shapes painted on to it. there is a broken glass and a pink high heeled shoe laying on the top.

Brass Tacks: In the Round

15.11.2023, by Kin

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

Dark room with red neon text 'I'm Sorry' hanging from the ceiling, reflecting off the floor

Annabel McCourt: I’m Sorry

30.10.2023, by Orla Foster

A blue transporter bridge over a stretch of river in an industrial area.

People Powered: Stories from the River Tees

27.09.2023, by Steve Spithray

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

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

Framed paintings in groups of five or six on a wall

The Williamson Open 2023

21.04.2023, by Julia Johnson

Four people are seated in front of a large projection screen at Brighton CCA Dorset Place; they are silhouetted in a darkened room. On the screen is a still image from 632700, showing an red and green abstract pattern around the edge, a central white circular band with a photograph of a den made from sticks in the woods inside the circle, a drawing of red and blue flowers in the bottom right, and a drawing of a person painting a landscape scene on canvas in the bottom left.

Anne-Marie Atkinson: ‘632700’

29.03.2023, by Michael Orr

A fragmented still from a film is reflected in dark liquid seeping on the gallery floor. The reflected image is upside down, but it shows a person with their eyes shut and mouth open.

Lou Lou Sainsbury: Earth is a Deadname

07.03.2023, by Even Allen

A wall-mounted monitor with a southeast Asian person onscreen, under the number 2632 painted on the wall

Practise Till We Meet

02.03.2023, by Sunshine Wong

A white walled gallery with photographs hung in a line at eye level

LOOK Photo Biennial 2022: Climate

20.02.2023, by Leah Binns

Gallery walls with two prints and the exhibition title and wall text

THERE-THEN-HERE-NOW

09.12.2022, by Michael D'Este

a photo of a dark seaside in low tide with stormy skies

Aristotle Roufanis: Worlds Apart

03.03.2022, by Even Allen

An abstract photograph by Paul Kenny

Seaworks

21.10.2021, by Julia Johnson

small child grasps large red block in art exhibition

The Indoor Park

10.12.2020, by Tom Whyman

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

A white background with dark, deep blue brushstrokes in a rough square. At the centre of the image are some lighter areas, where a window, floor and walls can be roughly made out. Tiny text is written in white over the blue.

Dwell Time: a moving picture of mental health

26.08.2020, by Joanna Jowett

Distinctly

08.02.2020, by Kenn Taylor

A black and white photgraph of a boggy river running through an woodland framed field.

Nii Obodai: Of Natural Magic 

07.12.2019, by Jay Drinkall

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

NOT PHOTOGRAPHY

08.10.2019, by Andee Collard

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 Trip Down Memory Lane: An Exhibition by George Shepherd

20.08.2019, by Ed Montana-Williams

A selection of photographs, personal documentation and ephemera, including a passport.

Eulogy

07.08.2019, by Joanna Byrne

An old photograph of a shoreline scene, with a ship docked close to the land. Bulbous shapes have been collaged onto the image.

Karl Vickers: Publicly-Funded Minerals

27.07.2019, by Joanna Byrne

John Peter Askew Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art Sunderland

John Peter Askew: We

01.07.2019, by Dave Pritchard

209 Women at Open Eye Gallery

30.04.2019, by Claire Walker

Trees Yan Wang Preston Frank Forest China Side Gallery Newcastle

Yan Wang Preston: Forest

16.04.2019, by Dave Pritchard

Zoe Childerley Beyond the Pale Granary Gallery Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Zoe Childerley: Beyond the Pale

10.11.2018, by Dave Pritchard

Dan Holdsworth NGCA Sunderland

Dan Holdsworth: Continuous Topography

06.11.2018, by Grace Denton

New Brighton Revisited at The Sailing School Gallery

24.08.2018, by Denise Courcoux

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

30.05.2018, by Callan Waldron-Hall

Neither Land Nor Sea: Contemporary and Historical representations of Blackpool’s Piers at Grundy Art Gallery

Neither Land Nor Sea: Contemporary and Historical representations of Blackpool’s Piers

22.05.2018, by Robbie di Vito

Roy Voss, The Way Things Are (installation shot) at Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

Roy Voss: The Way Things Are & All the World’s a Sunny Day

14.05.2018, by Daniel McMillan