Sophia Walmsley discusses the recent vandalism of art at the Berlin Museum Island and whether the arts are under fire.
Despite its span of 400 years, many of the pieces at Leeds Art Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Natural Encounters’ capture a very current mood in their meditation on the human relationship with nature. It’s timing as […]
It’s the start of a new year, and nearly every publication out there seems to have an article about the exciting things the contemporary art world has in store for us in 2020. If you’re […]
The staff at the Leeds University galleries are known for the high standards of their exhibition spaces and for the exhibitions hosted there; and, “Gather them in”: the Musical Treasures of W.T Freemantle, is no […]
For decades Michael Morpurgo’s stories have captivated and inspired generations of children. In over a hundred books he has championed education, environmental awareness and peace as ways to protect and empower children all over the […]
With such an extensive assortment of independent artistic pieces stored away, it’s a shame that there is only ever enough room for just a portion to be on display at any one time; thankfully, however, […]
The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery opens its doors to a retrospective of the artist György Gordon: Sixty years after the ill-fated Hungarian Revolution of 1956, the University’s Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery mark its anniversary […]
Tom Stoddart has been there to photograph some of the most pivotal moments in the recent history of the world. He saw, amongst other things, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the unrelenting famine in […]
I only tend to venture into Headingley if I really must. It’s not you, Headingley, it’s me. It is pure laziness on my part and, as I’m sure most Hyde Park inhabitants will agree, it […]
Tucked away from the bustle of busy shoppers, the White Cloth Gallery houses an enchanting photography exhibition from Rokas.
Tucked away in an industrial area at the bottom of Cardigan Road might hardly be where you’d most expect to find a wholesome, huge and delicious roast dinner. But sunk two metres deep in a […]
3/5 Stars Commercialized, conformist and soulless art. My opinion of Hampus Ericstam was largely negative prior to attending his exhibition. The Swedish-born artist has collaborated with such ‘caring’ multinationals as Virgin Atlantic and Nike. Therefore, […]