The next piece in Visual Arts' new series 'Made You Look' is focussing on another work by Fenwick Lawson, 'The Journey'. Caitlin Allard asks the question: 'How could a publicly funded statue fall into such obscurity?'
An exhibition of disruption, "accidental reflection" and "ordered disorder". Read more about why the latest exhibition at Durham's TESTT Space, 'Fragments', really lives up to its name.
"Perhaps we are too expectant to find obvious visual representations in art." Read Tamar Dutton's review of one of the BALTIC's latest exhibitions.
"Few onlookers of her artwork delve beyond the spectacle itself." Melissa Frateantonio explores Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and how her mental health condition is so closely linked to her art.
"The enormous space delivers an initially striking impression, but the wonder fades as the message of Biomdahl’s opera is lost in the dark." Read about the 2010 Turner Prize winner Susan Philipsz's latest installation.
"We get the sense that – despite complete over-saturation of information – the truth is far from within our grasp." Helena McFadzean responds to Election Artist Cornelia Parker's digital artworks of the 2017 Election.
"Instead of taking an audio guide into a gallery, why not listen to some music?" Read the next instalment of Harry Ewbank's innovative way of accessing Modern Art.