Archive for category: Exhibition Reviews

Review: Geta Brătescu

July 20, 2015

Exhibition Reviews

Review: Geta Brătescu

Artist, illustrator, printmaker, performer: Jack Welsh discovers an exceptionally varied and prolific body of work spanning sixty years at Tate Liverpool’s Brătescu retrospective… What significance does the studio hold for an artist? Some artists embrace it as a site to think and create, often working within a communal space. Others […]

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Review: György Kepes: The New Landscape

June 8, 2015

Exhibition Reviews

Review: György Kepes: The New Landscape

György Kepes: The New Landscape 15 April – 19 June 2015 Exhibition Research Centre, Liverpool John Moores University In 1951, Hungarian-born polymath György Kepes organised The New Landscape at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he had worked since 1947. An ambitious experiment in form and design, the exhibition paired […]

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Review: History is Now

April 8, 2015

Exhibition Reviews, News

Review: History is Now

History Is Now: 7 Artists Take On Britain Hayward Gallery, London / Tue 10 Feb 2015–Sun 26 Apr 2015 With campaigning for the 2015 General Election vigorously under way, three artists – Bob and Roberta Smith, Russell Shaw Higgs and Gordon Shrigley – will contest Southern seats as independent candidates. Whilst all […]

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