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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

A rectangular painting with dark blues and greens across a white canvas with lots of white space between and around

Rob Davies: Watercolours

24.07.2023, by Andee Collard

Two hands touch a knitted blanket. The blanket is cream with blue woven text. The only word that can be made out is 'HELGA'.

Memorial Gestures

13.07.2023, by Alice Bradshaw

A person in light clothing and a dark headscarf crouches down in the desert looking at the ground

Arwa Aburawa & Turab Shah: And still, it remains

12.07.2023, by Harpreet Kaur

A dark gallery space with low benches arranged in front of a large screen showing a film still with a view of mountains in low cloud

Shezad Dawood: Leviathan: From the Forest to the Sea

11.07.2023, by Ella Otomewo

A metal bridge over pools of water in a metal foor

TIDAL: Troubled Waters by Stine Deja

10.07.2023, by James McColl

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

A washing line with white clothing hanging, in front of a brick wall

TIDAL: Zoe Forster, Mel Galley & Nuria Rovira

05.07.2023, by Sam Pickett

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

In the centre of the space is a long black carpet with multicoloured patterns, and three clothed dressmaker's mannequins.

Late and Soon: A Conversation About Margaret Harrison and Conrad Atkinson

15.06.2023, by Lauren Velvick & Bernie Velvick

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

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

low tables with driftwood sculptures in a gallery space

TIDAL: Jack Brown + local young people, Ellie Hoskins + David Haley

15.04.2023, by Iona Glen

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

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 gallery space full of people standing around the edges, some sitting on cushions on the floor. There are people of all ages and genders and colours. Everyone is applauding and smiling.

x3 presents Abundance

22.03.2023, by Laura Biddle

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

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

The image shows an installation view of the exhibition 'Two Plus Two Makes Four' at The Auxiliary project space in Middlesborough. A large wall-mounted work in bright orange neon strip lighting reads 'GONE TO GET HELP' and sits just above a bench supporting 6 cacti arranged in ascending order. In the foreground two small monitor screens sit atop welded steel mounts.

Two Plus Two Makes Four

02.03.2023, by Uma Breakdown

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 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

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

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 film still showing a dark-skinned hand holding a yellow buttercup

breathe, spirit and life 呼吸、靈魂與生命

14.12.2022, by Katie Shirley

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

THERE-THEN-HERE-NOW

09.12.2022, by Michael D'Este

A person stands in a union-jack painted room with VR headset and tech suspended from the ceiling

Flesh Eating Zombies and Artistic Ghosts: A report on MAW 2022

29.11.2022, by George Vasey

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

An igloo shaped hut made of wooden logs in the middle of a white walled gallery space

Richard Harris: Being Here

11.11.2022, by Sam Pickett

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