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“Radical, unconventional and international…"

The Bloomsbury Group may be a thing of the past, but that doesn’t mean their work and relevance has to be. In this spirit, Charleston House in East Sussex has opened an exhibition space filled with work inspired by the work of the renowned artistic group!

TLC Deck of cards charity auction

Purchase art from Quentin Blake, Grayson Perry, Dynamo, Joanna Lumley and more to raise money for life-saving kidney transplants

Opening exhibitions at Charleston in South Downs

Discover the Charleston Trust's brand new exhibition space with their programme of thought-provoking and innovative exhibitions

Gardens just don’t lose their charm for artists!

The Enchanted Garden at Newcastle’s Laing Gallery explores how gardens have been an ongoing inspiration through 100 years of art history. We chatted to curator Amy Barker to learn more about the artists who have flirted with fauna and flora in their work.

“I didn’t just want to tell a DJ’s story”

We chatted to Manchester music legend and former Haçienda DJ “DJ Paulette” about her upcoming installation “Homebird” at the Lowry Galleries.

“On the threshold between life and death”

We chatted to Mark Espiner, a Director from collaborative theatre company Sound&Fury about their immersive sound installation Charlie Ward, which places audiences in the heart of a makeshift wartime hospital.

A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Coventry

With Coventry being the next City of Culture in 2021 we thought it was high time we rounded up some of the city’s cultural hot-spots.

Life in Motion: An Interview with Curator Tamar Hemmes

We chatted to curator Tamar Hemmes about the current exhibition at the Tate Liverpool, which analyses the works of Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman in reference to the themes of movement and the human body.

The Other Art Fair, Bristol

Want to escape from the heat this weekend? Head to The Other Art Fair in Bristol to recuperate out of the sun with work from the UK’s top emerging and independent artists… some of which you may be tempted to purchase and take home with you!

An Interview with Curator Helen Thornton

If, like Carrie Bradshaw, you’re obsessed with shoes, then York Castle Museum has the exhibition for you. We chatted to curator Helen Thornton the exhibition that pits Vivienne Westwood’s wild creations against the museum’s historical collection.

Mark Wallinger: The Human Figure in Space at Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger will unveil a series previously unseen works at the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings.

Edinburgh Art Festival: An Interview with Sorcha Carey

We caught up with Sorcha Carey, the Director of Edinburgh Art Festival, the only major annual festival dedicated to visual art in the country, which is running its 15th edition this year.

SUBJECT: Antony Gormley exhibition hits Kettle’s Yard

Antony Gormley returns to the city of his alma mater to present SUBJECT, a site specific exhibition that explores the spaces of Kettle’s Yard’s recently refurbished gallery.

The Wonder Project: An Interview with Andy Franzkowiak

We chatted to Andy Franzkowiak, director of Shrinking Space arts collective, who have developed an after-hours experience at Kew Wakehurst, Sussex, exploring our relationship with nature through a series of interdisciplinary art installations.

Do It for the Gram: An Interview with Will Bower

We caught up Will Bower, Managing Director of the Selfie Factory, ahead of the launch of the UK’s first made for Instagram exhibition in Brighton. We discussed his inspirations, escapism, and how selfies may be able to promote confidence and happiness.

Spotlight On: The Whitworth, Manchester

Discover Mancheser's "gallery in the park"!

The Marvellous Mechanical Museum at Compton Verney

Compton Verney’s Marvellous Mechanical Museum looks back to the spectacular automata exhibitions of the 18th Century, and charts artists’ experiments with clockwork and robotics through the ages.

A Slice Through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings

Modern Art Oxford’s latest exhibition demonstrates how the art of drawing is still prevalent in the digital age, and how it responds to contemporary issues.

America’s Cool Modernism at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

The term “cool” has many connotations. But the Ashmolean’s latest exhibition isn’t referring to low temperature, this is American Cool in reference to a sense of detachment to the modern world exhibited by a range of 20s and 30s American modern artists.

GIF Party!: An Interview with Ferren Gipson

Art UK have launched their own GIF collection that gives traditional artworks a thoroughly modern makeover. We chatted to their Social Media Marketer Ferren Gipson to discuss the project, and how art doesn’t have to take itself too seriously.

Spotlight On: The Hepworth Wakefield

Explore the North’s foremost museum of contemporary British art and sculpture!

The Battle of the Somme Centenary: WW1 Events of Remembrance

Tomorrow (1 July 2018) marks 100 years since the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, and there are many upcoming events, exhibitions and performances around the UK to reflect upon this centennial year.

The UK's Best Summer Art Exhibitions

You don’t have to be in the capital to discover fascinating art! We’ve rounded up some of the most intriguing out-of-London art exhibitions this summer.

Virginia Woolf: An exhibition inspired by her writings

Head to the Pallant House Gallery for an exhibition that pays homage to the renowned 20th Century Modernist, and celebrates her legacy by exhibiting 80 related female artists.

Top 5 Family Friendly Public Art Trails

From Gromits to giraffes, hares to penguins, have some family fun following a public art trail round your city this summer!

An Interview with Lily Simmons

We chatted to emerging photographer Lily Simmons, who is presenting her first solo exhibition at Gallery 40, Brighton.

Form and Transform: Michael Eden at Waddesdon Manor

Michael Eden presents his first major solo exhibition at Waddesdon Manor, responding to their collection and experimenting with cutting edge technologies.

This Class Works at 92 Burton Road, Sheffield

Artist Pete Mckee presents his latest exhibition offering a personal perspective on the life of the working class

Under an Equal Sky at Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral will play home to an exhibition of large-scale glass installations by Baldwin & Guggisberg.

Spotlight On: Turner Contemporary in Margate

Discover this special gallery space right on the seafront.

The Silver Caesars: A Mystery in Buckinghamshire

Waddesdon Manor is displaying a rare treasure of Renaissance art shrouded in fascinating history.

Gilbert & George at Brighton Museum

We popped to Brighton Museum to see the new ARTIST ROOMS Gilbert & George exhibition, in all it's anarchic and colourful glory.


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