Category Liverpool Exhibitions


20.6 is an exhibition currently taking place in the John Lennon Art & Design building, showcasing work by photographer Henry Woodley. Curated by History of Art BA student Holly Christopher, the show is named after the shortest distance in miles across the English Channel. Here that distance is framed as the barrier between the limbo which […]

Investment, Tabitha Moses

It is easy to stumble upon “Investment” while perusing the other traditional art works within the Walker Art Gallery. One second you are gazing upon a Rodin sculpture, admiring the form and technique; and the next you are suddenly in someone else’s private thoughts, amidst their emotions and struggling with concepts you would never have […]

Lines of Enquiry

Lines of Enquiry was the theme chosen for this years Masters of Research symposium for John Moore’s University. For anyone who doesn’t know what a symposium is, because I find myself constantly having to explain this to my non-art student friends and family, here is a definition. But anyway, this was a really interesting event […]

The Negligent Eye

The Negligent Eye is running at The Bluecoat until 15th of June this year and I would definitely recommend a viewing. Curated by Jo Stockham, the exhibition shows the use of digital technology in art by showcasing a number of different contemporary artists and even a few not-so-recent pieces. I have to say, I thoroughly […]

Hijikata Twist

I’ve mentioned in a previous post that I enjoy thought provoking artwork and this is exactly how I would describe Richard Hawkins’ Hijikata Twist. In this exhibition, showing in Tate Liverpool until May 11th, the American artist Richard Hawkins has looked at the effect western art has had on the art of the Japanese artist […]

Letizia Battaglia: Breaking The Code of Silence

My Intro To Museums and Galleries module took me down to The Open Eye Gallery for the first time the other day. The reason behind the trip was so that we could be shown a gallery specifically set up for photography but the exhibition which was on really struck a chord and I thought it […]

Hisachika Takahashi: Antwerp 1967/Brussels 2013/Liverpool 2013

[NOTE: This is a reflective piece which I wrote for my Museums and Galleries university module which is why it is so long and focuses a lot on the ERC as an institution as opposed to the actual artwork of Takahashi] The Exhibition Research Centre (ERC) is a unique space within the world of museums […]