Experiments in Space Exploration: Secret Satellites, Belfast Exposed.

Review by Angela Darby For the exhibition Secret Satellites curated by Karen Downey, the Belfast Exposed gallery has been divided into three distinct sections. The…

Arab Spring: Hesam Rahmaniam, Paradise Row, London.

Review by Jessica Jones-Berney It is with acerbic wit that Iranian-born artist Hesam Rahmanian deplores the rapidly unravelling fabric of his native land, consumed by…

Contemporary sculpture in Croatia + Hungarian reflections, Hungarian National Gallery

Review by Adam Harangozó For the opening event of the Croatian Culture Months, the Hungarian National Gallery has arranged a rich exhibition from the works…

Cross-generational Dialogues: Margaret Harrison & The Girls, PayneShurvell, London

Review by Laura Barone,, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. It’s only April, but what…

The Outsider: Still Lives, Robert Lenkiewicz, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou Speaking in relation to the second major controversy he triggered in a course of a creatively chaotic life (namely, his deal…

Contemporary Russian Discourse: Practice For Everyday Life, Calvert 22, London.

Review by Sarah Richter, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. Calvert 22 is a not…

Joan Miró at Tate Modern: The Ladder of Escape

Review by Ruby Beelsey The latest in a string of blockbuster shows at Tate Modern, Joan Miró needs no introduction. As one of the defining…

Perspectives On A Charged Political Present: Huang Yong Ping and Wael Shawky, Nottingham Contemporary

Interview by Bethany Rex Nottingham Contemporary is one of the largest and most ambitious contemporary art spaces in the UK. Designed by Caruso St John…

Concepts of Memory and Time: Gary Simmons, Simon Lee Gallery, London

Review by Sarah Richter a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. Haven’t we all wondered if…

V&A: Exhibition Road Competition

Review by Nathan Breeze If you’re a regular visitor to the V&A you would have noticed a gradual and ambitious series of renovations and expansions…

It’s Gonna Work Out Fine: Lisa Slominski, Tenderpixel, London

Review by Laura E. Barone, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. The space at Tenderpixel…

A Multitude of Soap Bubbles which Explode from Time to Time: Pino Pascali, Camden Arts Centre, London

Review by Paul Hardman This exhibition, the first dedicated to Pino Pascali in the UK, focuses on works from 1967 and 1968, the last few…

Examining and Unravelling: Yellow Wallpaper, Bo.Lee, Bath

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou Yellow Wallpaper, inspired by Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s story of the same name, examines and unravels themes of spatial confinement, escape and…

The Filthy Reality of Everyday Life: Dirt @ Wellcome Collection, London

Review by Carla MacKinnon Wellcome Collection, a free visitor destination for the incurably curious has established an excellent name for itself as one of London’s…

Digital Tenderness: Clare Price, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London

Interview by Bethany Rex Clare Price’s new work represents a departure from the strictures of her previous work. Whilst adhering to the familiar formalist rules…

Wonders of the Universe: Beyond Ourselves @ The Royal Society, London

Interview by Bethany Rex Featuring works by Agata Agatowska, Geraldine Cox, Chris Dunseath, Sam Knowles, David Rickard and Chooc Ly Tan, Beyond Ourselves opens tomorrow…

The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860-1900 @ V&A, London

Review by Laura E. Barone, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. The Victoria and Albert’s…

Contemporary Scottish Culture: AHM Symposium

Review by Alistair Quietsch With the recent announcement of the Arts Council England (ACE) cuts and funding decisions, the disbandment of the UK Film Council…

Iconic Image-making

To stand up in the world of fashion photography takes hard work, skill and endless amounts of creativity. Pedro Janeiro is a rising-star in this genre.

Places, Strange and Quiet

Exploring the moment, highly acclaimed director and photographer, Wim Wenders, brings his distinctive style and sensitive imagery to London.