Art historian and curator Agnese Reginaldo shares her experience of creating a public engagement programme for the exhibition Blood and Bones: Living with Cancer (UCLH until 24thApril 2019). ‘If I am going to have to
Ilaria Grando responds to Tate Modern’s new display, “Intimacy, Activism, and AIDS”. Two things capture my attention as I enter “Intimacy, Activism, and AIDS” at Tate Modern: one, the intimidating emptiness of the centre
In this review of Mat Collishaw’s art installation ‘The Mask of Youth’, Queen’s House, Greenwich, Emily Cock reflects on portraiture and facial difference through the ages Mat Collishaw’s The Mask of Youth is part
In anticipation of the opening of ‘narrative cardiology’ exhibition The Heart of the Matter at the Copeland Gallery in London tomorrow, and following on from Wendy Lowe’s review last week, artist Angela Maddock gives her
In anticipation of the opening of ‘narrative cardiology’ exhibition The Heart of the Matter at the Copeland Gallery in London in November, Wendy Lowe reviews this summer’s Bristol installation of the show (The Heart of
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