Category Archives: Reviews
Art Feast sent Stephanie Whalley to view the Royal Standard’s latest exhibition My Five new Friends by Oliver Braid. With the sticky-sweet aroma of Lynx spray, thick and pungent enough to mask the stench of yesterday’s efforts and a deflated … Continue reading
Kosmica, a gathering of artists, space engineers, performers and astronomers usually takes place in London but was brought to Liverpool for a special edition as part of FACT’s Republic of the Moon programme.
Art Feast sent Roisin Hyland down to review the latest exhibition Homeland at Wolstenholme Creative Space Liverpool may have some of the biggest and the best official galleries outside of London but we also have some of the most … Continue reading
Bigger and Better – Mitch Epstein, S. Mark Gubb and Chris Steele-Perkins at the new Open Eye Gallery
Art Feast sent Roisin Hyland down to review the exhibitions at the relocated Open Eye Gallery with work by Mitch Epstein, S. Mark Gubb and Chris Steele-Perkins. Sometimes bigger is better and Mitch Epstein’s inaugural show for the re-launch of Open Eye Gallery only goes to prove that point. American Power examines how energy is produced and used in the American landscape. Continue reading
Art Feast Sent Stephanie Whalley to Review The Art Books of Henri Mattise at The Walker Art Gallery. Interpretation of literary works through artistic medium became popular in the early Twentieth Century and Henri Matisse’s illustrations, originating in the early 1930s, are certainly amongst the most renowned examples of this artform. Continue reading
Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is an energetic regional festival of new cinema and digital culture. A unique partnership between FACT, Cornerhouse and Folly, the Festival was launched in Liverpool in 2009. This year saw the festival’s third year spread across the Northwest region. Continue reading
Primate Perceptions and Simian Censorship on the Abandon Normal Devices Safari. Artist Roisin Hyland took the bus to join in the final AND Salon for Art Feast.
The AND Salon Simian Safari was a panel discussion focusing on Rachel Mayeri’s Video work Primate Cinema: Apes as Family currently showing in TAO as part of the AND Festival. Continue reading
Twelve artists from The Royal Standard in Liverpool, either studio holders or associate members of the group, arrived in Edinburgh from Sunday May 15th onwards, with nothing but their bags and their capacities in making art. Continue reading
Feeling Listless, the Liverpool based blog have reviewed Biennial’s companion book to the 2010 festival, Touched. Stuart from Feeling Listless reported in depth from the festival last year and says the book is “a much needed full stop on the Liverpool Biennial 2010 experience”.