Dead Pigeon Gallery presents Dockers – The ‘95 to ‘98 Liverpool Lockout, a documentary photography exhibition by Dave Sinclair of the Liverpool dockers strike.
Profile of the photographer Chaz Rudd who compiled and designed the lockdown charity book, There’s No Place Like Home.
Profile of the photographer Norman Gibson who enjoys nothing more than being out in the world recording the landscape around him.
Beija Flo presents an exhibition Inside The Walls: Nudes, Anxieties and Other Content at Output Gallery from 18th January until 2nd February.
Dead Pigeon Gallery continues it’s journey across the City landing next at 189 Oakfield Rd, on the Anfield/Everton border, taking over one of the soon to be renovated houses by Homebaked Community Land Trust.
Dooleyday, celebrating local sculptor Arthur Dooley on what would have been his 90th birthday, will feature unseen pictures, films, talks and a special exhibition at The Florrie.
Feature by Lisa Worth on the sculpture ‘The Knife Angel’, created by artist Alfie Bradley to draw attention to the impact of knife crime.
Urban Issues, an exhibition by Andy Smith looking at mental health and social housing and mavericks in society and class, takes place at The Art Hub on Lark Lane.
Dead Pigeon Gallery’s second group show takes place in the office of local Walton MP, Dan Carden, for a three month period from Saturday 21st July.
Clare Brumby, from the Rapid Response Unit, writes about the year-long, artist-led public news bureau operating from St John’s Market, which is running as part of the Culture Liverpool/Liverpool City Council 2018 celebrations.
The Soup Collective, a group of artists who met through connections with Tate Liverpool, have an exhibition at Cass Art on School Lane from 26th February – 31st March.
Merseyside-based artist Wendy Williams will be staging an exhibition, titled The House in the Woods, at Cass Art in School Lane from 29th January.
‘People are People’, an art exhibition by the social realist artist Andy Smith, will be at The Art Hub from 3rd November.
Call-out for artwork for a ‘People’s Gallery’ in an open-air piece of land in Liverpool city centre, part of ‘Red October’, an event organised by local activists for the centenary of the Russian Revolution.
Colin Serjent previews Any Frontier, Any Hemisphere, an art exhibition to be staged at Liverpool Central Library during June to raise awareness of the refugee crisis both in the UK and abroad.
An art exhibition entitled ‘Any Frontier, Any Hemisphere’ will be held in the Liverpool Central Library from Saturday 3rd June, the theme of the exhibition is the current refugee crisis throughout the world.
Gallery of photographs by Lenka Svarcova and Mike Fahy, street photographers who cover street life and public events.
Colin Serjent writes about his photography project which looks at the symbolic relationship between barbed wire and nature.
An exhibition of collages will be displayed at UNIT 51 in Liverpool’s thriving Baltic District from Monday 28th November til Friday 9th December, 2016.
Casting Seeds is a new exhibition by Jamie Reid featuring work from throughout his career, on at Liverpool’s Florence Institute from 9th September to 18th October.
Merseyside artists and Liverpool Art Biennial are to take part in Northern England’s leading art fair in Manchester on 22nd – 25th September.
Joe Coventry interviews Brazilian photographer, Joao Marcos Rosa, whose exhibition Habitat Brazil was held at St George’s Hall as part of the Brazilica Festival.
To commemorate the 35th anniversary of the L8 Uprisings, ‘Aftermath 1981: A History in 35 Objects’, will attempt to tell the story of that cataclysmic time – and what happened next – through 35 different and surprising objects.
An exhibition of the work of Terry Kane begins at Misty 21, 16 Newington, from 3rd – 17th June.
The posters promoting any creative scene can become more iconic than the artists themselves. This is true of Liverpool’s Sean Wars whose distinct style has attracted attention to the local and national DIY scene for a number of years.
A profile of wildlife artist Anthony Smith, an award winning wildlife artist living and working in Liverpool.
Profile of the social documentary photographer, Abdullah Badwi.
Profile of the photographer Vesta, director of Art at Glorybox.
Profile of the photographer Steve Lamb, who describes his style as Modern Urban Photography, including elements of street photography.
Profile of the photographer Anna Nielsson.
Gayna Rose Madder writes a tribute to the artist Terence Matthew Kane, who died, aged 44, in 2015.
Glorybox Photography, founder of the Eclipse Dark Room in Liverpool, is the city’s only public access traditional photography space.
Philip Hayes writes about how he began making collages, drawing on the wealth of material I was amassing at the Picket music venue in Liverpool.
The artwork of Honduran artist Javier Espinal in Liverpool.
An exhibition of oil paintings and mixed media by Liverpool artist Jan Sear at the Arts Hub 47 on Lark Lane.
Liverpool Air Quality Festival launches on Saturday 20th February, with a fortnight programme to raise awareness of Liverpool’s air quality.