If Destroyed Still True @ Tobacco Factory Theatre, Bristol.

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou If Destroyed Still True is the culmination of two years work by performance company Sedated by a Brick. Performed in the…

Martin Creed: Thinking/Not Thinking @ Cafe OTO

Martin Creed: Thinking / Not Thinking (Work #1090) from Martin Creed on Vimeo. Review by Kathryn Evans Last week Martin Creed and his band showcased…

Aidan McNeill’s World of Theatre @ PayneShurvell

Review by Laura E. Barone, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. Aidan McNeill’s first solo…

Dustin Yellin @ 20 Hoxton Square

Review by Carla MacKinnon New York based artist Dustin Yellin creates his unique work by layering 2D images between sheets of glass to create extraordinary…

Horizon Hypnotique @ French Rivieria 1988

Review by Emily Sack, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. “This is our romance,” state…

Louise Bourgeois & Tracey Emin @ Hauser & Wirth, London

Review by Laura E. Barone, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. Louise Bourgeois and Tracey…

Cosima von Bonin’s Surrealist Playground @ Arnolfini

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou Cosima von Bonin’s exhibition Bone Idle is permeated by contradiction. Her work, aiming to explore notions of sloth and fatigue, comprises…

To Kill A Mockingbird – Review of the play, touring the UK

Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird (1960) is one of the most widely discussed novels; dealing with racial inequality, violence and rape, it summarises a…

PUBLICSFEAR @ South London Gallery

Review by Paul Hardman Walking first up stairs into the dark, then along a black felt lined corridor, around a corner and finally into an…

The Flirtatious Aura of Jean-Marc Bustamante @ Fruitmarket

Review by Colin Herd Jean-Marc Bustamante, who represented France at the Venice Biennale in 2003, began his career as an assistant to the renowned fashion…

Carey Young – Memento Park @ Cornerhouse, Manchester

Review by Kenn Taylor Born in Zambia, Carey Young (b. 1970) grew up and studied in Manchester. She now works internationally utilising a variety of…

Zhivago Duncan @ CFA Berlin

Review by Jaga N.A. Argentum In his first solo exhibition, Dick Flash’s Souvenirs of Thought, Zhivago Duncan invites us to accompany him and his protagonist…

Sieving for Gold @ St Barnabas’ Church, Dalston

Review by Liz Lau The title of the show Ordinary Time is a reference to where the date of the exhibition falls on the liturgical…

The Magik of Dirk Bell @ The Modern Institute in Glasgow

Review by Alistair Quietsch Dirk Bell’s work is a diverse mix of masterly observed drawings, minimalist sculpture and an artistic play with technology. Upon entering…

Invocations of the Blank Page @ Spike Island

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou The quietness and stillness you might generally associate with the blank page is challenged and eventually rejected in the artworks showcased…

Pragmatic Design: Pop Up Architecture

Review by Nathan Breeze Last summer, when struggling to find a job in London I stumbled across an intriguing advert online seeking volunteers to help…

An Unresolved Reminder of the Past: Thomas Houseago @ Modern Art Oxford

Review by Matt Swain Thomas Houseago is a British contemporary visual artist based in Los Angeles, California. What Went Down is his first major solo…

David Hockney: Bigger Trees Near Warter

Works by some of the most famous names in the world of art are coming to Yorkshire this year as part of a compelling programme…

The Mechanical Animal Corporation

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou The Mechanical Animal Corporation, a new Bristol-based theatre company dedicated to creating site-responsive theatre, have chosen an abandoned warehouse in the…

The Subversive Force of Images

Review by David Gunn, Director of www.theincidental.com “I didn’t want to be involved with the currency of images in any way … I was interested…