'Making Herself Up' demonstrates our relentless fascination with Frida Kahlo as it lays out all the objects of her life, from her lipsticks and letters to diaries and dresses. Yet the obsessional nature of the public relationship to Kahlo is not...
"What would you do if you had a year off, what gets you out of bed in the morning, and what did you want to be when you were growing up?" Tamar Dutton reviews ‘WORK’, a collaborative art experience at Durham TESTT Space.
A guide put together by Palatinate's Visual Arts Editors of all the must-see exhibitions in the UK this summer.
The brand new exhibition, opening on Palace Green on the 14th June, showcases the often unknown contribution women have made to archaeology.
How unified are the 'systems' in the TESTT Space's latest interactive / reactive exhibition? Alex Leggat explores the order and resultant chaos of Tony James Morton’s latest work.
Bacon, Rego and Freud: find out why these three artists make the exhibition worth the visit alone.
Beano runs sessions at RT Projects, an art therapy charity in Gilesgate. It is an oasis of calm and colour, hidden inside a little grey bungalow.