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Cornerhouse cinema transformed into amateur art gallery

Georgia Welch takes a look at Cornerhouse cinema’s new and unusual link with homelessness

Mezze platter. Photo: The Mancunion

Quite Good

Ellie Gibbs reviews the recently refurbished Cornerhouse, in its new location as arts & culture complex HOME

Manchester City Centre, Photo: Stacey McNaught @Flickr

What’s on?

Your guide to what is happening in the city this month.

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Sophia Al-Maria’s ‘Virgin with a Memory’

Gregory Watson reviews Sophia Al-Maria’s multifaceted exhibition Virgin With a Memory, which is currently on show at the Cornerhouse until 2nd November

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What’s On This Month?

Your guide to what’s happening in the city this month


Cornerhouse Pick of the Week: Sin otoño, sin primavera

Mercedes was at the Cornerhouse sampling one of the many Spanish and Latin American films at the annual ¡Viva! Film Festival

Image: Cornerhouse

Performance art is my ‘melancholy mistress’

Jasper Llewellyn interviews Clifford Owens.

Image: flickr, Wickerfurniture

Double indemnity at The Cornerhouse

Inspired by the classic film noir of the same name, The Cornerhouse’s exhibition ‘Double Indemnity’ is dark and sometimes disturbing, but definitely worth a visit.

Venue Guide: Destination Art

These five venues make up Manchesters’ most famous, and rightly so, between them housing world-class classical, contemporary and performance art

Performances are set against stunning backdrops Photo:Redbud Pictures

Review: ‘To The Wonder’

Lucy Gooder checks out Terrence Malick’s latest opus

'Four' Preview at Cornerhouse (Photo: Paul Greenwood)

‘Four’ at Cornerhouse: The Curation

Sarah Jones gains a rare insight into the curational process of ‘Four’ at Cornerhouse

Still life #1, 2012 
Emulsion on print
(© Fraser Chapman)

Review: Fraser Chapman at the Cornerhouse

Clayton Fuller visits The Cornerhouse to have a look at the latest cafe-bar exhibition by Fraser Chapman