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Exhibitions

DAZED’s new digital landscape: Post-pandemic nostalgia?

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Anth Graham explains how 35 artists have collaborated on a project to explore a post-pandemic world and raise money for the NHS. ...

Shakespeare in Lockdown

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Harriet Metcalfe discusses Professor Julie Sanders virtual lecture on Shakespeare in the time of lockdown. ...

Lesbian Art Activism revisited: ‘Hot Moment’ exhibition

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Sophie Wilson discusses the new exhibiton revisting lesbian art activism of the 80's and 90's ...

Princeton student honours African American blue collar workers

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Rashida Campbell-Allen discusses representation in art following Mario Moore's Princeton exhibition...

Trinkets and Treasures: students tackle the exhibition of memories

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Do you remember the first time you went to the cinema last year? Or the first time you travelled by train the year before that? Trinkets and Treasures is an exhibition that...

Judy Chicago: a force to be reckoned with

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Katerina Vasilaki heads to the first UK survey of feminist artist Judy Chicago at the BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art...

Light Up North: Neon exhibition at Biscuit Factory

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Rory Cameron heads to Ouseburn to see if the neon trend should be left in the 2010's......

Colonialism in art: the British Museum’s stolen artworks

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Sophia Kypriotis delves into the controversy over the British Museum being not-so-British......

Durham Book Festival: the cutting edge of literature

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If you are going to hold a book festival, Durham is undoubtedly the place to do it. Simply by walking into the festival site at the eleventh-century campus of Durham University,...

Review: ‘Paris can stay in bed’ by Simon Le Ruez

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Sophie Schneider offers her thoughts on Simon Le Ruez's exhibition ‘Paris can stay in bed’. ...