Patience Agbabi

Patience Agbabi

Patience Agbabi — talented writer, performer, lecturer, and now mum to one-and-a-half year-old Solomon, is anything but her namesake.

Circus

Circus

The public conception of a “circus” today lies somewhere between the extravagant showpieces of Cirque du Soleil, and childhood memories of clowns and tigers.

Waterlog Collection

Waterlog Collection

In Waterlog, seven British artists have interpreted the water-drenched landscape of Norwich, taking their cues from WB Sebald’s The Rings of Saturn.

China Moo-Young

China Moo-Young

With an impressive collection of projects behind her, including computer game Get Away: Black Monday, and short film Liar, China Moo-Young shows no indication of slowing down.

Margaret Salmon

Margaret Salmon

Margaret Salmon is an American-born photographer and filmmaker, who set trends in the UK with her exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London in 2007.

Caravan Gallery

Caravan Gallery

The idea of a caravan gallery is a bit of a dichotomy, yet has succeeded beyond the wildest dreams of its creators, Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale.

The Wellcome Collection

The Wellcome Collection

The Wellcome Collection was the first venue of its kind in the UK, providing radical insights into wellbeing and the human condition.

Catriona Millar

Catriona Millar

There’s an appealing innocence to both Miller’s paintings and her enthusiasm as she chats from her Aberdeenshire studio across a thin, crackling line.

Reza Aramesh

Reza Aramesh

Scrutinizing the fabric of contemporary culture to reveal the fragility of the notions of society, ethnicity, and identity: this is the essence of Reza Aramesh.