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Photo: Lyndon Mayhew-Dodd

Review: Cabinets of Curiosity at Sandbar

How do we look at art in pubs? The pub is a great place to talk freely, to tell stories and to ...

Agnes Dene walking in her wheat fields. Photo: Michael Peng@Flickr

Top 5: Environmental Art

5) Joseph Beuys, 7000 Oaks (1982-1987) Kassel’s Museum Fridericianum was startled one morning in 1982 to find 7000 slabs of basalt laid out ...

James Casebere's Landscapes. Photo: Katie Killary @Flickr

Review: Model Behaviour

Before going to the Holden Gallery’s latest exhibition, my mental image of model houses was based on the twee scenery of English country ...

Photo: Lyndon Mayhew-Dodd

Review: Cabinets of Curiosity at Sandbar

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Agnes Dene walking in her wheat fields. Photo: Michael Peng@Flickr

Top 5: Environmental Art

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James Casebere's Landscapes. Photo: Katie Killary @Flickr

Review: Model Behaviour

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Photo: Lyndon Mayhew-Dodd

Review: Cabinets of Curiosity at Sandbar

Michael Mayhew exhibits his collection of ‘wonder art’ for the punters of Sandbar

Agnes Dene walking in her wheat fields. Photo: Michael Peng@Flickr

Top 5: Environmental Art

With COP21 currently taking place, we take a look at some eco-friendly art works

James Casebere's Landscapes. Photo: Katie Killary@Flickr

Review: Model Behaviour

MMU’s Holden Gallery reminds us that when it comes to housing the maquette precedes the market

Liz West's Through No.3. Photo: Neil Greenhalgh

Review: Through No. 3 by Liz West

Castlefield Gallery provides Spinningfields with a mesmerising piece of public artwork

Dali's Lobster Telephone (1936). Photo: mark6mauno@Flickr

Top 5: Surrealist Sculptures

With Alexander Calder’s kinetic sculptures now on show at Tate Modern, we take a look at other iconic surrealist pieces

Groundbreaking art. Photo: Chris Coltrane

Preview: For What It’s Worth

For What It’s Worth: An exhibition of emerging artists in Manchester is coming up in December for one week only

Photo: Whitworth Gallery

Review: Richard Forster

Question the concept of time with Richard Forster at the Whitworth

Gilbert and George's Scapegoating series. Photo: GrahamC99 @Flickr

A History of Western Fuckosophy

Gilbert & George continue their foul-mouthed fuckosophical analysis of contemporary culture, says Arts Editor Ashley McGovern

Photo: Mr Cacahuate @Flickr

Man in the Browser

Arts Editor Ashley McGovern takes a closer look at media images of hacking

Photo: Manchester Art Gallery

Review: Absent Presence at Manchester Art Gallery

How can a subject be present in an artwork yet absent at the same time?

A dark personality turn in Manchot's Twelve (The Bronson Monologue). Photo: Castlefield Gallery

Review: Melanie Manchot’s Twelve

Addicts turn into auteurs at the Castlefield Gallery through Melanie Manchot’s Twelve

Burntwood School, Wandsworth. Photo: Cabinet Office @Flickr

Stirling Prize: Substance over Style

This year’s award sidelines swanky style for the art of collaboration