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Review: Impractical Jokers

Comedy group, The Tenderloins — more commonly known as the Impractical Jokers — have returned to Manchester to kick off their tour ...

Cornelia Parker, Verso, 2016. Copyright the artist

Looking beyond the façade: Cornelia Parker’s ‘Verso’

Renowned for exploding garden sheds, dissecting Turner paintings, and steamrolling candlesticks: Cornelia Parker returns to the Whitworth Art Gallery, challenging perceptions through ...

Raqs Media Collective Photo: theWhitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Raqs Media Collective

A new central exhibit to our ten-week feature on the New North and South — a programme of South Asian art across Manchester ...

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Review: Impractical Jokers

Posted on Oct 16, 2017 1
Cornelia Parker, Verso, 2016. Copyright the artist

Looking beyond the façade: Cornelia Parker’s ‘Verso’

Posted on Oct 16, 2017 2
Raqs Media Collective Photo: theWhitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Raqs Media

Posted on Oct 9, 2017 3
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Review: Impractical Jokers

American pranksters humbly donate all proceeds of their Manchester Arena show to the We Love Manchester Fund

Cornelia Parker, Verso, 2016. Copyright the artist

Looking beyond the façade: Cornelia Parker’s ‘Verso’

The Whitworth welcomes back Cornelia Parker, in an installation which looks behind the boundaries of artistic discourse

Raqs Media Collective Photo: theWhitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Raqs Media Collective

The Whitworth opens their main gallery up to RAQs Media Collective – self defined curators, editors and catalysts of cultural processes.

Photo: Dave Nelson

The ultimate icon – Pelé: Art, Life, Football

The iconic Pelé is re-imagined through the eyes of artists and photographers

Cleft (2017), Photo: theWhitworth

Remembering Partition with the New North South: Reena Saini Kallat

Manchester Museum’s new exhibition redefines borders and bonds as Arts Editor Cicely Ryder-Belson previews the show with artist Reena Saini Kallat

Photo: The Whitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Beyond Borders

The Whitworth’s new exhibition responds to the anniversary of partition by reclaiming the tradition of textiles

Photo: Isabelle Wenzel

Review: Girl on Girl

Laura Joyce takes a look at the photobook curated by Charlotte Jansen, Girl on Girl

Photo: Isabel Oldman

Review: Object Lessons

Manchester Museum celebrates art and science through its new collection of curiosities

Photo: Whitworth Art Gallery

Review: Sooni Taraporevala at the Whitworth

The Whitworth Art Gallery presents Sooni Taraporevala’s first solo UK exhibition

Photo: Isabel Oldman

Review: Deanna Petherbridge at the Whitworth

More than thirty years after her residency, The Whitworth showcases work from Petherbridge’s 45 year career

Photo: Isabel Oldman

John Hyatt: Rock Art

John Hyatt, musician and MMU lecturer, puts on a punk inspired exhibition at HOME

Photo: Isabel Oldman

Review: Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers

Manchester Art Gallery displays a fascinating insight into international views of British life