Art in Manchester – New Contemporary Art Exhibitions

17th October 2019

Art in Manchester this week has more new exhibitions for a very busy October. They include the Manchester Art School  MA Fine Arts Show at HOME,  The Lowry has IGOR + Moreno, plus a really interesting option for a day out with American artist Christina Quarles first solo exhibition at a European museum at The Hepworth, Wakefield Plus Europia Art Collective and she kreativ have a talk and open discussion at…

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Art in Manchester – New Exhibitions of Contemporary Art to See This Week

30th September 2019

Art in Manchester has lots of new contemporary art exhibitions to see in Manchester this week with a solo exhibition from Steven Heaton at Saul Hay Galley in Castlefield, Altrinchams Air Gallery has their new offering Exposure, The Horsfall, with Pool Arts responding to the life and work of William Blake, Chris Paynes exhibition of portrait photographs depicting iconic drummers at HOME.  Sara Riccardi has a new series of art…

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Future Cities, PoppyCock,Happy Endings, and Altrincham Gothic

Art in Manchester
4th August 2019

So.…..after the fantastic event that was the Manifest Arts Festival 2019 and MIF 2019 it’s back to a much smaller, but no less exciting, array of contemporary art to see in Manchester this week. Poppycock – The Weavers Factory Uppermill From 3rd August  Earlier this year I went over to Uppermill in Saddleworth to chat to Julian Bovis and Nigel Durkan two fantastic guys who have renovated a cottage in…

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Art in Manchester – RAGE, Binge, Undercurrents and More

Art in Manchester
20th May 2019

    Art in Manchester this week has some fantastic new exhibtions from The Whitworth, Manchester Art Gallery, Rogue Artsists Studios, neo:artists, HOME , Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art and Warrington Museum and Art Gallery Li Yuan-chia – Unique Photographs – The Whitworth 18 May – 15 December 2019 In his lifetime, Li Yuan-chia (1929-1994) had been part of progressive art movements in Taiwan, Bologna and London but found his…

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Art in Manchester: Techniques, Mystic Lamb and Disabled Activism

Art in Manchester
8th April 2019

Art in Manchester has some really interesting Art2c starting this week from Saul Hay, Peoples History Museum (PHM) and PROFORMA, who will have a number of Manchester based artists at the Venice Biennale this summer. I must to mention are Julian Bovis and Nigel Durkin the driving force behind The Weavers Factory in Uppermill, Saddleworth on the fantastic launch of their new gallery. A labour of love and dedication to…

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Contemporary art exhibitions in Manchester this February

11th February 2019

Manchester has a fantastic range of contemporary art exhibitions on this February. We have three exhibitions at one venue. PS Mirabel, Bunker Gallery and Paper Gallery all share the same address ands all have previews this Thursday. In addition we have offerings from Castlefield Gallery, The Portico Library , Paradise Works, Salford Art Gallery and Museum, and Warrington Museum and Art Gallery  The Girl and the Nettle Paper Gallery 6-9pm…

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Art in Manchester – BeesBlogs contemporary art for January

10th January 2019

Contemporary Art 2019 starts with an amazing array of contemporary art to see in Manchester and, slightly, further afield. We have ‘Interruptions’ comprising events, performances and workshops throughout January at Manchester’s Holden Gallery. David Bethell: ‘Fleeting Moments’ at HOME. Art Across’ Sara Riccardi is back at The Portico Library, by popular demand to reprise her series of art history lectures ’17 Artists Who Just Happen To Be Women’, Linda Hemmersbach…

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Contemporary art exhibitions from: HOME, Air Gallery & Castlefield Gallery

8th November 2018

In this weeks blog: John Walter’s major solo exhibition CAPSID starts at HOME.  and Altrincham’s Air Gallery have timely and poignant solo exhibition from artist Carole Evans  commemorating the 29 dead and the further 20 who died from their wounds, who all came from one street in Altrincham and which was awarded a roll of honour by King George V subsequently it became known as ‘The Bravest Little Street in…

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Manchester’s ‘Buzzin’ art scene

18th October 2018

  ‘Buzzin’ Manchester’s contemporary art scene certainly is! After a fantastic week in which we saw the George Owells son Richard Blair, open Saul Hay Gallery’s latest exhibition ‘Room 103’ Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair at Manchester Central, which was the best yet. (The fair continues to get better every year and is firm favourite on the Manchester art calendar), we also had Paradise Works Open 2018 and the re-launch…

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Contemporary art in Manchester September- 2

11th September 2018

That contemporary art is flourishing in Manchester cannot be in doubt when you read the breadth of exhibitions below. From solo exhibitions to collaborations spanning the globe there’s an amazing amount to see and to enjoy! Elizabeth Kwant – IN TRANSIT | CANADA HOUSE Exhibition Open: Saturday 15th September 12 – 5pm Canada House | 3 Chepstow Street | Manchester | M1 5FW     Manchester based artist Elizabeth Kwant’s work…

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