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A white walled gallery space lit up green, on the floor in the foreground stencils for lettering reading WE ARE ALL IN A CYCLE and to the left in the back a ladder, to the right a trolley with buckets of paint

Jo Lathwood: Making Up

07.02.2024, by Jazmine Linklater

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

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

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

Orange and white striped wall with towel hanging on rail to the left, broom propped up against the wall to the right

Garth Gratrix: Cheeky Felicia

28.11.2023, by Even Allen

Two stacks of publications on a grey plinth. The jackets read 'SOFT''

Fiona Larkin and Ian Giles: Soft Structures

26.11.2023, by Lesley Guy

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 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 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 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 gallery space with white painted walls and concrete floor. Light enters the windows along the back wall. There are several artworks in the gallery: a modified pool or snooker table, a sofa and arm chair, a green curtain, and a set of antlers mounted to the wall.

Luke Beech: Winner Breaks First

27.07.2023, by Emma Curd

Layers of white gauze fabric hanging in a gallery, printed with images of skeletal grey trees.

We Live, Like Trees, Inside the Footsteps of Our Ancestors

07.07.2023, by Sylvia Carpenter

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

Sculptures in a white wall gallery space with a concrete floor and blue ceiling beams

Rosie Edwards: Genetic Material

13.04.2023, by Nia Thomas

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 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

Low stools and plastic buckets in a gallery space

Fieldnotes: Brigitte Jurack

17.02.2023, by Katy Morrison

A painting of woman planting a small white sapling in the red earth

Christine Kowal Post: They Think They Are Fallen Angels

09.02.2023, by Nina Newbold

Three large otherworldly sculptures stand on geometric plinths in a gallery with dark carpeted floor. Behind them lay amorphous floor cushions in dark blue and green. The backdrop to the scene is a large corner projection showing the alien-like creatures depicted in the sculptures come to life in a familiar yet strange world.

Sahej Rahal: Mythmachine

30.01.2023, by Laura Clarke

A wall hung sculpture made of terracotta tiles in the shape of a skirt.

Emma Gregory: dynamics of care

23.01.2023, by Julia Johnson

A black and white film still, in which a figure is starting to ascend a staircase in a south London tower block.

Jerwood/FVU Awards: Soojin Chang & Michael.

21.01.2023, by Tessa Norton

A low-lit gallery space with industrial looking structures

Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley and Josèfa Ntjam

13.01.2023, by Claire Walker

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 corten steel sculpture made up of the letters 'LOVE' repeated and stacked in a square format. The sculpture is set on a grassy mound with a stone building behind.

Robert Indiana: Sculpture 1958-2018

08.11.2022, by Abi Mitchell

Installation view of ‘Shaken, Not Stirred’ (1992) by Tony Heaton. Image courtesy of the Grundy Art Gallery, photograph by Matt Wilkinson,

Strange Loops: altered by Tony Heaton

20.09.2022, by Daniel Newsham

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

My Garden, My Sanctuary

16.09.2022, by Denise Courcoux

A gallery space with six flags on poles in a circle. The flags are made from fabric, ribbons and recycled materials. Mounted on the wall behind, a video shows a figure holding a flag on a beach.

Andrew Omoding: Welcome to Me, Scarborough. To See and Hold My Work

09.06.2022, by Joanna Jowett

Three seated figures made from plywood, on each figure a plant is growing. Painted on the gallery wall behind are human-animal figures transforming into plants.

Survey II

19.05.2022, by Orla Foster

A green, flat landscape with a ruined castle to the right. On the left in the foreground a grey, concrete sculpture rests on the grass. The sky is blue with white clouds low on the horizon.

Wild Eye: Art & Nature new commissions

05.05.2022, by Amelia Crouch

A tall white column on a stepped plinth, covered in delicate sculptures, sits in the middle of a light gallery space with two windows.

­­­Rachel Kneebone: 399 Days

07.04.2022, by Gertrude Gibbons

A view of a gallery space with blue walls and concrete floors and multiple artworks that resemble a film set

Kara Chin: Show Real & Ashley Holmes: Trust Melody

31.03.2022, by Pamela Crowe

A small white plaque with a black border and caps letters spelling THIS IS A MIRROR YOU ARE A WRITTEN SENTENCE

The Ideal Work of Art is a Hyperrealist Linear Narrative

10.03.2022, by Jazmine Linklater

2 performers stand on a slanted board structure holding on with ropes in a white walled gallery space.

The trick is, don’t explain

20.01.2022, by Nicola Singh

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

An illustration of a hand reaching out toward a shiny CD disc, against a warm orange background.

The body feeling

10.12.2021, by Callan Waldron-Hall