Post Tagged with: "arts criticism"

Artlyst Review: Public View

Jeremy Deller 'History of the World' Public View'

Bluecoat Tercentenary Celebrated With 106 Previously Exhibited Artists On Public View 2017 marks Bluecoat’s tercentenary, making it the oldest building in Liverpool city centre and the UK’s first arts centre: quite an achievement. At the vanguard of 300 days of celebrations is Public View, an exhibition bringing together works by a whopping 106 artists who have previously […]

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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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Platforms: Portfolio NW and its relationship to arts criticism.

February 5, 2014

Commissioned Writing, Essays, News

Platforms: Portfolio NW and its relationship to arts criticism.

If you trawl through the abundance of press releases, organisational remits and artistic opportunities available online, you will likely notice a recurring word. The core meanings of this simple noun are easily understood and unbounded by any contested interpretations. Yet when employed within an artistic context, the term ‘platform’ encapsulates […]

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