All posts tagged "biennial"

  • Art For Whose Sake?

    When the Arts Council announced that they’d pulled the plug on Anthony MacCall’s column of steam yesterday, we guess the only real surprise was that...

  • Lorenzo Fusi moves to Open Eye

    As the arts transfer window closes, the Biennial curator Lorenzo Fusi has moved across the city, to be the new artistic director for the Open...

  • Love Your Galleries This Christmas

    You know what SevenStreets loves to do between Christmas and New Year (if that walk to Moel Famau is rained off?) – go visit an...

  • Looper: The Torture of Media Installations

    With apologies to Belinda Carlisle, heaven is not a place on Earth, but hell is. I was once told that, in the Mersey Maritime Museum,...

  • So, Farewell then, Biennial…

    Now, as the shutters are being pulled down on the Copperas Hill building, the Cunard and the Munro, and artworks across the city are being...

  • The 7 Things You Shouldn’t Miss This Biennial

    This is your ten day warning. You have exactly that time to either a) concoct some sorry-ass excuse as to why you never found the...

  • Eavesdropping on Art

    Does the Walker’s collection talk to you? If so, what does it say? That’s the intriguing starting point for a series of free performances taking...

  • Biennial Review: Two things Searle Tried To Ruin

    There are two Biennial installations that turn your optic nerves into a quivering wreck. And, speaking as ones who love a bit of optic shenanigans,...

  • Biennial Radar: Wendy Williams ‘Journeys End’

    Art blurb becomes art in ‘Journey’s End’ where planes and boats and houses made from recycled art mags represent a creative and geographical journey. After...

  • Biennial Review: Sabelo Mlangeni

    Sabelo Mlangeni offered that “two seemingly unrelated works are placed in conversation to each other and perhaps destabilise what people imagine South Africa is” in...

  • Biennial Radar: Bill Is Dead, WCS

    Wolstenholme Creative Space’s Biennial has seen darkly mysterious dinner parties (with another Inhospitable Supper Club happening next week) and their in-situ installation, Inhospitable Landscape (the...

  • Biennial Review: Open Eye

    If, as George Michael slyly infers, you’re looking for fast love, can SevenStreets make a suggestion? Don’t look for it in Japan. If Open Eye’s...

  • Biennial Radar: Sabelo Mlangeni, My Storie & Men Only

    This year’s Biennial marks the world premiere presentation of My Storie (2012) by South African photographer Sabelo Mlangeni which, shown alongside his earlier series Men...