John Moores Painting Prize 2020 jury revealed
January 23, 2020
Epic comedy at the Epstein Theatre this spring
January 21, 2020
Review: Once at Liverpool Empire ****
John Evans on his road to Colomendy at Royal Court...
January 18, 2020
dot-art celebrates the digital in new exhibition
January 17, 2020
All aboard for Liverpool's new maritime attrac...
January 16, 2020
By The Waters of Liverpool embarks on national tou...
Artists invited to bid for a place on Liverpool Pl...
January 13, 2020
Peter Pan to make mischief at Chester Storyhouse
January 10, 2020
Review: Sound the Trumpet at RLPO ****1/2
Liverpool’s dot-art gallery is showcasing the work of four North West contemporary artists in a new exhibition which celebrates digital art.
PIXEL runs at the Queen Avenue venue (off Castle Street) from January 31 to March 22.
Digital art explores the crossover of creati...
A new permanent gallery dedicated to Liverpool seafarers and passengers is being opened at the Merseyside Maritime Museum this spring.
The Life on Board gallery will open its door on the Royal Albert Dock attraction’s second floor from Saturday, March 28.
Displays will h...
Northern artists are being encouraged to submit their work to stand on the Liverpool Plinth.
The sculpture will follow Sam Shendi’s Split Decision (pictured) and Gold Lamé by Tony Heaton which have already enjoyed exposure on the plinth which stands in the grounds of Li...
January 3, 2020
National Museums Liverpool is wheeling out some of its biggest exhibits for a new show which celebrates the city’s transport history.
Liverpool on Wheels: From Horses to Horsepower opens at the Museum of Liverpool next month and features more than 20 vehicles from the l...
December 24, 2019
Liverpool’s Bluecoat has unveiled its programme of exhibitions for 2020.
The School Lane centre for contemporary arts will be one of the venues for the Liverpool Biennial in the summer.
And surrounding that it will stage a number of solo and joint shows by artists from h...
December 14, 2019
When in 2005 a tropical storm flooded her studio, Guatemala-based Vivan Suter feared her artwork would be ruined.
But instead she became fascinated by the effect the mud and rainwater had on the canvasses. And from then on the 70-year-old Swiss-Argentinian artist starte...
December 12, 2019
Artist Theaster Gates was on the way to a lobster roll snack shack when he spotted a ‘beautiful’ uninhabited island that piqued his curiosity.
And Malaga, that small chunk of land off the coast of Maine, went on to inspire an exhibition that explores ideas of race, terr...
November 6, 2019
Liverpool Biennial has revealed the theme of its first festival ‘edition’ under its new director – as well as the artists taking part.
The 2020 Biennial will be titled The Stomach and the Port and will look at the body and ways of connecting with the world.
More than 50...
October 26, 2019
A fascinating series of works produced in the final years of Henri Matisse’s life have gone on show at the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
Matisse: Drawing with Scissors features 35 posthumous prints of the famous cut-outs the French artist produced in the last four years of hi...
October 22, 2019
Beautiful gowns, coats and accessories owned by one Liverpool woman are on show at the Walker Art Gallery in a sumptuous new exhibition.
An English Lady’s Wardrobe scratches the surface of the collection belonging to the late Emily Tinne.
More than 70 outfits, including...