Sam Burt reviews a new film ‘reconsidering the figure of the alienated male youth’
Juliette Flach describes a vibrant Sunday at The Whitworth: rather than starting a new Netflix series, why not head over to one of the gallery’s many free events?
Alice Barron Eaves takes us around the Whitworth Art Gallery’s curious new exhibition, which is curated by 11-year-olds from Stanley Grove Primary School
A programme of events including conferences, art, and live music, as part of Manchester Homelessness Awareness Week
The breakdown of our top art picks from the feminist festival of the year
Following the recent opening of ‘Artist Rooms: Andy Warhol’ at The Whitworth Art Gallery, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar ruminates upon Andy Warhol’s influence in fashion since the sixties
Brand new to the Whitworth Art Gallery this week is the exciting Marcantonio Raimondi and Raphael exhibit.
These five venues make up Manchesters’ most famous, and rightly so, between them housing world-class classical, contemporary and performance art
Sam Burt considers what the bittersweet signs of the Whitworth Gallery might mean to us now
Encouraged to re-evaluate the proximity we all have with the struggles of refugees, Be//Longing breaks down the sense of detachment we feel from the refugee crisis through powerful performance
Francesca Casaburi explores Nate Lowman’s bronze sculpture ‘Snowman’ and its ability to provoke vital questions regarding climate change
The Whitworth welcomes back Cornelia Parker, in an installation which looks behind the boundaries of artistic discourse
Maria Balshaw steps into her new role as the first female director of the Tate
Arguably the most exciting exhibition of the year comes to the University of Manchester’s Whitworth — Georgia Welch takes a look
Warhol comes to the Whitworth this winter
COTTON: Global Threads, the Whitworth Art Gallery’s contribution to London 2012 Cultural Olympiad programme Stories of the World, aptly fulfils its brief. Ranging from Egyptian textiles to contemporary installations, the exhibition tells a universal tale of the production of cotton, and the effects of its consumption, trade and disposal. In contrast to Manchester’s February misty […]