Technology and the Evolution of the Artist’s Book

‘Technology and the Evolution of the Artist’s Book’ Phoenix Gallery 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB 30 April – 12 June 2016 Free Admission An exhibition curated by Maddy Rosenberg of New York’s Central Booking Gallery: she presents boundary-breaking bookworks within a stunning, specially designed interior landscape by Curious Space. The exhibition features the […]

Partial View: new artists’ books display at ECA

Partial View: new display by artist in residence Susie Wilson Exhibition at Edinburgh College of Art Library, Evolution House, Level 1. ECA’s artist in residence Susie Wilson has made a selection of artists’ books from the ECA Library collection, and her display of this selection, “Partial View”, has now opened at ECA Library. Artists’ books display, […]

‘War Games’, Plymouth Museum

‘War Games’ Exhibition at Plymouth Museum, 6th February 2016 to 18th June 2016 ‘War Games’, a travelling exhibition from the V & A Museum of Childhood, explores the relationship between conflict and play, providing an insight into how toys have been influenced by warfare since the 1800s, as well as exploring propaganda and espionage from […]

Artist Rooms: Gerhard Richter, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Artist Rooms: Gerhard Richter, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery 26 September to 16 January 2016 Gerhard Richter, born in Dresden, Germany in 1932, is considered to be one of the pioneers of the new European painting movement, which emerged during the second half of the 20th century. Richter has produced a variety of work, […]

‘Alice in Wonderland’, British Library exhibition

Drawing of Alice from Lewis Carroll’s manuscript of Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, written between 1862 and 1864. Image courtesy of the British Library.   Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, with its iconic characters and phantasmic events, is a compelling classic that still holds our imaginations 150 years after its publication. The story’s influence has spiralled down […]