JJ Schaer reviews Jarvis Cocker’s 20 Golden Greats exhibition, on at The Gallery Liverpool till 25th September.
Gayna Rose Madder reviews Anonymous, a photographic exhibition by David Hynes on at the Egg Cafe till 18th September.
Sandra Gibson reviews the John Moores Painting Prize 2016, which is at the Walker Art Gallery from 9th July till 27th November.
JJ Schaer reviews the exhibition Glitterarti / Banned In Birkenhead, which was banned from Birkenhead Visitors Park and then from Art Hub 51 due to complaints from the general public.
Joe Coventry reviews the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, taking in The Bluecoat, The Tate, the Royal Insurance Building, the Open Eye Gallery, the ABC cinema on Lime Street and the Cain’s Brewery.
JJ Schaer reviews Jimmy Cauty’s Aftermath Dislocation Principle Riot Tour, which is currently taking place in a shipping container behind The Florrie in Liverpool.
Tom Calderbank reviews the Art of Reggae Exhibition, on at Constellations, 35-39 Greenland Street until 15th June.
Joe Coventry reviews the Liverpool Arts Open Exhibition, on at Editions Gallery till 18th June 2016.
JJ Schaer reviews the exhibition Afro Supa Hero, on at the International Slavery Museum till 11th December.
John Owen reviews Phil Hayes exhibition of collages documenting the Liverpool music scene, which was held at Unit 51 on Jordan Street.
Dogstar Rose reviews the exhibition of the links between Liverpool and the Silver Screen, Reel Stories: Liverpool & The Silver Screen, on at the Museum of Liverpool.
Sandra Gibson reviews Nature’s Way, a selection of nature-based photographs by Liverpool photographers Colin Serjent and Jane Groves, held at The Egg Café.
Joe Coventry reviews the exhibition Liverpool Pubs – Paintings by Stephen Bower, held at the View Two Gallery.
jjSchaer reviews the exhibition on at the Bluecoat Arts Centre, Double Act: Art and Comedy.
‘Faces and Places’ is a new exhibition at Huyton Gallery by local artist Leslie Briggs.