Ashley McGovern reviews The View From The Top Of A Pyramid, the exhibition by Jacqui Hallum at the Walker Art Gallery on until 1st March 2020.
Neil Morrin reviews the Dead Pigeon Gallery, an exhibition of mixed media installations in a mid-terrace house in Anfield, open during November and December.
Samera Thalen reviews Real Work, the new exhibition at FACT that presents people’s stories about work that goes unrecognised, on until 6th October.
Samera Thalen reviews the exhibition of video and installation by Ericka Beckman and Marianna Simnett, on at FACT until 16th June.
Tracey Dunn reviews the exhibition of drawings by Nina Edge, on at the Unity Theatre until 27th July.
Joe Coventry reviews the art exhibition by Gabalau, which is at the Cafe 92° on Hardman Street until June 22nd.
John Owen reviews Remembering the Roma Holocaust, the exhibition of recently discovered photographs marking the 75th anniversary of the destruction of the ‘Gypsy Camp’ in Auschwitz.
Colin Serjent reviews Into The Detail, the photography exhibition by Simon Banks, on at the Arts Hub 47 Gallery on Lark Lane until 12th May.
Rob Harrison reviews Punk in the Picton, the Punk Rock 1976-1978 Exhibition on at Liverpool Central Library till 3rd March 2019.
Tom Bottle reviews the exhibition of photographs by John Davies, Saving Calderstones – Trees Under Threat, which was at the Output Gallery on Seel Street.
Sandra Gibson reviews the John Moores Painting Prize 2018, which is at the Walker Art Gallery until 18th November.
Joe Coventry reviews the Liverpool Biennial 2018 Festival Of Contemporary Art, which runs to 28th October.
Mostyn Jones reviews the exhibition at the Open Eye Gallery, Snapshot to WeChat: A Migration of Identity, part of China Dream, a series of events exploring the city’s historical links with the Chinese community.
Joe Coventry reviews the exhibition of collages by Kate Fallon-Cousins, which is at the Egg Cafe until 18th April.
Lisa Worth reviews the exhibition by the Singh Twins, Slaves of Fashion, on at the Walker Art Gallery until 20th May.
Sandra Gibson reviews the exhibition of artwork at the Tate Liverpool by John Piper, who is regarded as a pioneer of the British modernist movement in the Thirties.
Joe Coventry reviews Two, the exhibition by Pamela Holstein and Lucy Cecilia Pickavance at the Egg Cafe till 4th March.
Joe Coventry reviews Iconic, the exhibition of prints by Andrea Taylor at Headspace at the Egg Café until 10th December.
Minnie Stacey reviews People Are People, the art exhibition by Andy Smith on at The Arts Hub till 12th November.
Ritchie Hunter reviews the exhibition Red October People’s Gallery, public art with a revolutionary message, on display on Temple Street till 20th December.