You know who this is, right?
It’s that lass with the pearl earring, innit? WRONG! Find out exactly who it is by visiting ‘Through the Looking Glass’ at the National Glass Centre (or reading the article be...
If you’re an artist who wants to turn an historic building into an illuminated advent calendar, then December seems as good a month to do it as any. And this incredible instal...
Starry, starry Toon…
Jim Edwards is one of the best-known, and most-loved, artists working in the north-east today and his work is available in a whole host of formats.
Mudd, sweat and tears
Tyneside-based artist Sam Anthony Mudd’s first solo exhibition in four years documents a particularly turbulent period in his life. You can see it at Shieldfield Art Works in ...
Tyneside flat! Transformed!
No. 126 on Talbot Road in South Shields has been turned into ‘Woman’s House’, an exhibition/installation/call-it-what-you-will, which investigates female identity, domesticity...
Station to station
Acclaimed photographer Wang Fuchun has captured the peculiar allure of travelling across China by train, and some of his most striking works can be seen at the Locomotion muse...
Taking the Biscuit at Xmas
The Biscuit Factory continues to hit us up with some great exhibitions this winter, as well as some foodie events and Christmas Lates (think: late night shopping and more).
Cubist apple, anyone?
The North East Photography Network are presenting a new exhibition at the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens exploring the relationship between photography, science, technolog...
Looks nice out…
One of Scandinavia’s foremost artists Ørnulf Opdahl is showing his stunning landscapes at the Gallaher & Turner gallery.
What do you see?
Marjolaine Ryley’s ‘This is What I See’ at the NGCA features works that are poetic evocations of memory that incorporate photography and writing, as well as archives of photog...
Shapes! Colours! More!
Lothar Götz has transformed Newcastle’s historic Hatton Gallery with a startling new commission.
1997. The Spice Girls were at their height and Cool Britannia PM Tony Blair was surfing a wave of optimism. The country was finally going somewhere. What went wrong asks artis...
Let’s talk about this
‘Conversations in Painting: Fiesta MK2’ is a multi-venue celebration of painting that connects artists from Tees Valley with a broader UK and international network.