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Machine with Hair Caught in It (detail) by U_Joo+LimheeYoung, Photo: Courtesy of The Lowry

Review: HumansBeingDigital

How far away are we from dystopia? Much of modern day media asks it’s audience this very question, with shows like Black ...

Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2002-2015. Video still.  Photo: The artist and Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Review: Steve McQueen's ode to Ashes

Steve McQueen's Ashes (2002-2015) at the Whitworth is unmissable. Tracing the story of a young Caribbean man, the eponymous 'Ashes', the projection ...

Photo: Eleanor Forrest @ The Mancunion

Remembering Partition with New North South: Risham Syed

As we begin to conclude our feature on the New North South programme — honouring the 70th anniversary of the independence of ...

Machine with Hair Caught in It (detail) by U_Joo+LimheeYoung, Photo: Courtesy of The Lowry

Review: HumansBeingDigital

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Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2002-2015. Video still.  Photo: The artist and Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Review: Steve McQueen's ode to Ashes

Posted on Dec 12, 2017 2
Photo: Eleanor Forrest @ The Mancunion

Remembering Partition with New North South: Risham Syed

Posted on Dec 6, 2017 3
Machine with Hair Caught in It (detail) by U_Joo+LimheeYoung, Photo: Courtesy of The Lowry

Review: HumansBeingDigital

The Lowry’s latest exhibition creates an uncanny intersection between the human and the digital realm

Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2002-2015. Video still. Image courtesy the artist and Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Review: Steve McQueen’s ode to Ashes

Acclaimed director Steve McQueen uses video installation to create a haunting elegy for the violent and needless deaths of young men

Photo: Eleanor Forrest @ The Mancunion

Remembering Partition with New North South: Risham Syed

Risham Syed showcases her first solo exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery as her postcard-sized paintings trace the developing landscape of her hometown, Lahore, Pakistan

Yang Yongliang, The Night of Perpetual Day, 2014 image courtesy of Constantin Brosteanu

Review: Digital Matters – The Earth Behind the Screen

The CFCCA document the lesser known routes of global supply chains, inviting us to question our role as consumers

Photo: Poetry of Perception @ Vimeo

Review: Punk in Drublic – A Night of Spoken Word, Poetry & Comedy

Poetry and comedy violently clash in the name of charity

Neha Choksi and Rachelle Rojany Swing for friends (used in Faith in friction), 2017 Photo: Pascale CA

Remembering Partition with New North South: Neha Choksi

Manchester Art Gallery delves deep through the medium of South Asian film with Neha Choksi

Mid-Air, Don’t Care (2017) by Kieran Leach Photo: Klaudia Jedyka

Review: The Manchester Contemporary 2017

Klaudia Jedyka visits The Manchester Contemporary and brings us her stand out pieces

Photo: Lee Baxter/HOME

Preview: The Return of Memory

As part of HOME’s ‘A Revolution Betrayed?’ programme, The Return of Memory is a contemporary examination of the Russian Revolution’s legacy

Pankhurst Punk by Mancsy Photo: Eleanor Forrest

Art Exhibition raises hundreds of pounds for MASH

Manchester Action on Street Health curate exhibition showcasing the creative talent of the women it supports, in their first ever opening to the public

Althea McNish Photo: The Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester

Cultural Commemoration: Remembering Slavery and Abolition in Manchester

Florrie Badley reflects on the role of artists, archives and curators in the act of remembrance

Photo: Waqas Khan at Manchester Art Gallery, courtesy the artist and Manchester Art Gallery. Photographer: Michael Pollard

Remembering Partition with New North South: Waqas Khan

Manchester Art Gallery invites you to experience detail up close

Robin Sukatorn Photo: Sloe Gallery

Review: Art on Paper

Three studio spaces come together to challenge the assumed role and medium of paper