“Features”

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Review — 17.09.2018

Furnished Archipelago

Paradise Works, Salford

by James Mathews-Hiskett

Review — 24.08.2018

New Brighton Revisited at The Sailing School Gallery

The Sailing School Gallery, Liverpool

by Denise Courcoux

Review — 21.08.2018

A Clown Walks Into A Gallery…

Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

by Robbie di Vito

Review — 16.08.2018

Herstory: Women Artists from the Collection of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

Touchstones Art Gallery, Rochdale

by Natalie Bradbury

Review — 25.07.2018

Aquatopia

CFCCA, Manchester

by Beth Dawson

Review — 12.07.2018

Mark Fairnington: Walking, Looking and Telling Tales

Cherryburn, Northumberland

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 28.06.2018

Fiona Curran & Andrew Burton: Contemporary Art at Gibside

Gibside

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 19.06.2018

Nick Jordan: Mental State Signs

Paradise Works, Salford

by Robbie di Vito

Review — 24.05.2018

Anya Gallaccio: dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light

Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland

by Dave Pritchard

Review — 02.05.2018

Beacons | Signs

Caustic Coastal, Salford

by Claire Walker

Review — 09.04.2018

Ready Gamers? States of Play: Roleplay Reality at FACT

FACT, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Interview — 09.04.2018

A Curatorial Conversation with George Vasey

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Ex-Libris Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Niomi Fitzsimmons Fairweather

Review — 19.02.2018

FF Gaiden: Delete at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre

Robbie di Vitto reviews FF Delete: Gaiden by artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre.

by Robbie di Vito

Review — 11.02.2018

Lubaina Himid: Meticulous Observations and Naming the Money

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 11.02.2018

Presence: Chinese Contemporary Art at St. George’s Hall

St. George's Hall, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 30.01.2018

Rebecca Lowe: Inhabiting Stone

Leeds Arts University, Leeds

by Derek Horton

Review — 25.01.2018

Digital Matters: The Earth Behind the Screen

CFCCA, Manchester

by Ashleigh Owen

Review — 10.01.2018

John Piper at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Sean Ketteringham

Review — 10.01.2018

Saelia Aparicio: Your Consequences Have Actions

The Tetley, Leeds

by Robbie di Vito

Feature — 18.12.2017

Trust New Art?

by Tom Emery

Review — 15.12.2017

Making Himself Claire: Grayson Perry at Walker Art Gallery

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

by Claire Walker

Review — 14.12.2017

Raqs Media Collective: Twilight Language

Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

by Natasha Stallard

Review — 25.11.2017

Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

by Julia Johnson

Review — 21.11.2017

Material Remains

Holden Gallery, Manchester

by Andy Broadey

Review — 17.11.2017

Politics of Paradise

Paradise Works, Salford

by Jacob Bolton

Review — 08.11.2017

Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes

Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield

by Liam McCabe

Review — 01.11.2017

AND A 123

Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

by Ashleigh Owen

Review — 19.10.2017

The Worst Seats In The House

Capstan House, London

by William Noel Clarke

Review — 16.10.2017

Culture Shifts: Local at Open Eye Gallery

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

by Grace Edwards

Review — 11.10.2017

Miami to Morecambe: This Building for Hope

Morecambe, Lancashire

by Jack Welsh

Review — 23.08.2017

You’re Reading Into It: Queering Contemporary Minimalism

Vane, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Andrea Allan

Review — 09.08.2017

Anita Corbin: Visible Girls Revisited

Artlink, Hull

by Orla Foster

Review — 07.08.2017

The Sound of Adult Children Determined Not To Be Afraid

ICW, Blackpool

by Alison Criddle

Review — 02.07.2017

So What of the Future

University of Leeds Project Space, Leeds

by Saffron Ward

Review — 23.06.2017

Meikle, Frew & Raven: Ambiguous Utopia

The Northern Charter, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

by Liam McCabe

Residencies

Castlefield Gallery & The International 3: Spring/ Summer 2017

Iris Priest was Writer-in-Residence at Castlefield Gallery throughout Spring – Summer 2017, coinciding with the exhibition Andrew McDonald (28 …