Category Archives: Must See
As the players in the new 21st century race for the Moon line up – the USA, China, India and Russia jostling with private corporations interested in exploiting the Moon’s resources – a group of artists are declaring a ‘Republic of the Moon’: a ‘micronation’ for alternative visions of lunar life. Continue reading
It has been clear since Thursday evening, as the AND Festival 2011 previewed in Liverpool, that Zee was the word on everyone’s lips. Continue reading
Work by Liverpool artist David Jacques, specially created for the Walker Art Gallery goes on display until 3 April 2011. Continue reading
You may have spotted a new addition to Liverpool’s famous skyline recently – a huge green laser. Travelling 800 metres as the crow flies, the beam of light makes a symbolic connection between the two galleries during their joint exhibition … Continue reading
The Biennial may have finished for another year but there is still plenty of time to see the John Moores Painting Prize at the Walker Art Gallery which continues until 3 January 2011. The prize is the big daddy … Continue reading
The Royal Standard’s latest exhibition, Deadpan, is a cheeky look at the art world and the production of contemporary art. Investigating the way artists make new work in an already overflowing art world, the exhibition looks at the murky world … Continue reading
‘The establishment irritate you – pull your beard, flick your face – to make you fight because once they’ve got you violent they know how to handle you’ John Lennon during the Montreal bed in for peace in 1969.