2 December 2017

Becoming Henry Moore: The Birth Of Immutable Stone – By Paul Black

Once lauded as the greatest British artist of the 20th century, Moore has – in recent years – been usurped by the great sadomasochistic gambler of old, Francis Bacon

9 October 2015

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British Art Show 8 Unveiled Today In Leeds

The British Art Show 8 (BAS8) opens to the public at Leeds Art Gallery today. Organised every five years by Hayward Touring, BAS8 launches in Leeds before travelling to Edinburgh, Norwich and Southampton. For this unique occasion, Leeds Art Gallery has de-installed almost their entire collection, allowing the curators and the gallery team to completely reinvent […]

3 January 2015

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Arts Expands Beyond The Modern Tradition Of The Art Gallery

A group show just outside of Leeds titled ‘Other Rooms’ gathers eight artists whose practice encapsulates a wide diversity of approaches, from performance and painting to film, sculpture and installation. Each artist will react to the physical characteristics of Basement Arts Project’s gallery environment and reconsider the life of the art object when it is […]

16 July 2012

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Sarah Lucas Extraordinary Things From Ordinary Objects

A new exhibition titled Ordinary Things by the artist Sarah Lucas’ (b. 1962) opens at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds this week. If you are familiar with her work you can expect something unconventional and extraordinary to be on view.  Many past exhibitions of Lucas’ work have focused on her as a central player […]