Artist Pogus Caesar and poet Benjamin Zephaniah light the city with photography and rhyme as large posters framing the Handsworth Riots remind passers-by of the importance of compassion, in the light of Brexit.
Catch photojournalist Martin Jenkinson’s first major retrospective at Museums Sheffield, before it closes 14 April 2019. With insights from the exhibition’s curator, Louisa Briggs, step beyond his famed protest images into a humorous photo-exploration of day-to-day life in a changing city.
Each month, we digest some of the UK’s most brilliant exhibitions. For February, Martin Jenkinson’s daughter tells us about her father’s proudest photojournalist moments.
Each month, we digest some of the UK’s most brilliant exhibitions. This January, we talk to the artist Hew Locke about his upcoming exhibition, ‘Hew Locke: Here’s the Thing’, opening at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 8 March – 2 June 2019.
The most comprehensive exhibition of Hew Locke’s artworks to date will open at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 8 March – 2 June 2019. Ikon Gallery’s director, Jonathan Watkins, reveals more.
We look back at our top five art stories from 2018, featuring Andy Warhol, Pogus Caesar, Faisal Abdu’Allah, Simon Callery, Sonia Boyce and many more.