Art Reviews Archive

  • The Cuban sun rises in Nottingham this week as Danza Contemporeanea de Cuba takes over the Royal Concert Hall for their new international touring show. The production ignites the audience […] 0

    Review: Danza Contemporeanea de Cuba

    The Cuban sun rises in Nottingham this week as Danza Contemporeanea de Cuba takes over the Royal Concert Hall for their new international touring show. The production ignites the audience […]

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  •   After spending an evening with the dilettante society, I’ve realised that I’m probably more of a fop (I was going to say dandy but I don’t think that I’m […] 0

    Review: “Stop Pretending Art is Hard” The Lofthouse Nottingham

      After spending an evening with the dilettante society, I’ve realised that I’m probably more of a fop (I was going to say dandy but I don’t think that I’m […]

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  • Have you ever wondered what it would be like inside a giant bouncy castle? Well wonder no more and go see the Architects of Air Luminaria down at the Lakeside […] 0

    Review: Architects of Air

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like inside a giant bouncy castle? Well wonder no more and go see the Architects of Air Luminaria down at the Lakeside […]

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  • Looking up at the Primary gallery, it clicks all of a sudden, why Primary? A Victorian school house now converted into a creative community space housing a bakery, artist studios […] 0

    Review: Post surveillance art by Suzanne Treister

    Looking up at the Primary gallery, it clicks all of a sudden, why Primary? A Victorian school house now converted into a creative community space housing a bakery, artist studios […]

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  • I was lucky enough to catch two fabulous exhibitions this week at the New Art Exchange in Hyson Green. Through photographic social commentary Sunil Shah’s“Uganda Stories” welcomes us into a […] 0

    Review: New Art Exchange, Hyson Green

    I was lucky enough to catch two fabulous exhibitions this week at the New Art Exchange in Hyson Green. Through photographic social commentary Sunil Shah’s“Uganda Stories” welcomes us into a […]

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  • Last week I finally got round to viewing the eagerly anticipated, and not forgetting free to everyone, “Rights of Nature” exhibition at The Nottingham Contemporary. Running from 24th January through […] 0

    Rights of Nature – Nottingham Contemporary

    Last week I finally got round to viewing the eagerly anticipated, and not forgetting free to everyone, “Rights of Nature” exhibition at The Nottingham Contemporary. Running from 24th January through […]

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  • For those of my generation Timmy Mallett’s Wacaday was a staple of your Saturday morning television, we went around singing the theme song “It’s Saturday, no school today, so what you gonna do..” and […] 0

    Timmy Mallett Art Exhibition – Whitewall Gallery

    For those of my generation Timmy Mallett’s Wacaday was a staple of your Saturday morning television, we went around singing the theme song “It’s Saturday, no school today, so what you gonna do..” and […]

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  • It was more a case of sun and rain at this year’s Earth & Fire festival at Rufford Park (21 – 23 June 2013). The weather was resoundingly bipolar to […] 0

    Review: Earth & Fire – Rufford Park – 21-23 June 2013

    It was more a case of sun and rain at this year’s Earth & Fire festival at Rufford Park (21 – 23 June 2013). The weather was resoundingly bipolar to […]

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