Rosemarie Trockel’s New Modes of Operation @ Talbot Rice, Edinburgh

Review by Colin Herd At the heart of this extensive survey of Rosemarie Trockel’s works on paper is a corner-wall of the central gallery devoted…

Kiki Smith on Nancy Spero – opening at The Serpentine, London in March

Opening on 3 March, The Serpentine Gallery presents the first major exhibition of Nancy Spero’s work since her death in 2009. Nancy Spero (1926–2009) was…

Technologically Augmented Theatre @ Tenderpixel

Preview by Bethany Rex Scapes opens next week at Tenderpixel in London. A new project part commissioned by Tenderpixel, Scapes is a new installation by…

Just an observation? Review – Duchy Gallery, Glasgow

Review by Alistair Q As you come off High Street and enter the beginnings of the bedraggled East End, across from a noisy new construction…

Gareth Cadwallader’s Tangible Reality

Review by Paul Hardman Window Paintings: Gareth Cadwallader The new Gareth Cadwallader exhibition at the Hannah Barry Gallery, Peckham gathers much of its resonance not…

Review: Gerard Byrne at MK Gallery

Review by Nicola Mann Case Study: Loch Ness (Some possibilities and problems), 2001-2011. Gerard Byrne grew up in Dublin in the 1970s. It was a…

Northern Art Prize- It’s not the winning…

Review by Bethany Rex The Northern Art Prize celebrates and rewards contemporary visual artists based in the North of England. Now in its 4th year…

London Art Fair 2011 – The Round-Up

Review by Bethany Rex Presenting over 100 galleries and featuring some exceptional contemporary work from leading figures and emerging talent, this year’s London Art Fair…

Filmmaker Series – Part 3 Q&A with Shaun Hughes

We continue our Q&A with the Aesthetica Short Film Competition winners with some insights from filmmaker Shaun Hughes. Shaun’s film, Mother, is an intense and…

Review: What Next For The Body at Arnolfini, Bristol

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou Unon entering What Next For The Body, you are greeted by a warm and comfy lounge, complete with inviting brocade sofa…

Review: Uamh/Cave – Gill Russell at the Royal Scottish Academy

Review by Colin Herd Every year, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the centre for Gaelic language and culture on the Isle of Skye, hosts an artist residency…

Review: Marcel Dinahet at Domobaal, London

Review by Emma Cummins In a world saturated with images; with photographs, films, videos and video art; Marcel Dinahet’s work is a welcome reprieve. Now…

Visual and Performance Art for All

Q&A with Alice Lobb, Gallery Programmer at artsdepot. Artsdepot an exciting and vibrant arts venue in North London, committed to providing a diverse range of…

Journey through the Afterlife: Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead at the British Museum

Review by Robert J. Wallis & Tiffany Jow Dr Robert J. Wallis is Professor of Visual Culture and Director of the MA in Art History…

Review DAVID MALJKOVIC at Sprüth Magers, London

Review by Charles Danby From Grafton Street there was little to see. The large glazed exterior of London’s Sprüth Magers offered a near empty room…

Nam June Paik at Tate Liverpool and FACT

Review by Kenn Taylor As we move into the second decade of the 21st century, it appears as if “media art” is finally being accepted…

Consumerism & Desire at Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, Sydney

Review by Isabella Andronos Sherrie Knipe’s work in Bootiful, at Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art in Sydney explores the tensions between consumerism and desire. Knipe has created…

Camera-less Photography at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh

Review by Colin Herd As processes go, few are more mysterious and fascinating than the seemingly paradoxical art of camera-less photography. With its roots in…

Simon Starling: Project for a Masquerade (Hiroshima) at The Modern Institute

Review by Alistair Quietsch On 10 December, I read yet another apocalyptically tinged news report: that of Burma building silos with aid from North Korea…

Review: Joy Gregory – Lost Languages and Other Voices

Review by Ceri Restrick Lost Languages and Other Voices is Joy Gregory’s first major retrospective. The exhibition charts the artist’s career over two decades and…